Poll: What do you think of Mixcraft?
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View poll results: What do you think of Mixcraft?
"I love Mixcraft, best software ever!"
1 5%
"It's alright"
3 15%
"It sucks... don't waste the money"
6 30%
"What's Mixcraft?"
10 50%
Voters: 20.
#1
So i'm thinking about buying the Mixcraft recording software and have read through alot of reviews on it but i thought i'd ask UG's opinion. so let me know what you think about it you can give stars (******) pros/cons whatever.
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#2
nothing against a "real" daw but it gets the job done for starters. With a lot of own VST you can survive :P
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#3
Personally i think mixcraft is Excellent. Especially for the money, it is an excellent buy. It can run tons of Vst's and plugins, it already comes with some of its own too. I've tried out lots of other DAW's like Acid and Reason to name a few, and i keep coming back to mixcraft. It is easy to learn how to use and as i said before, it is excellent for the price point.
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#4
Beatcraft is pretty cool too.
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#6
i have mixcraft and i like because it's simple and easy to use but i have nothing to compare it too.
#9
Quote by captaincrunk
Reaper is better and free. Cubase is immensely better and more costly. It's not even like a middle ground. I would not purchase it.


It's not free. TS, if you try Reaper and truly enjoy using it, buy the license. It's only $40.
#11
"If after 30 days you decide that REAPER is not for you, simply delete it.

If you decide that REAPER is for you, you must purchase a license. "

You don't HAVE to...But it's $40. If you want Reaper to continue making updates and such, making their software better, they need the money to do it. Don't be that guy.
#12
Quote by captaincrunk
Reaper is better and free. Cubase is immensely better and more costly. It's not even like a middle ground. I would not purchase it.

This
#13
REAPER. tried ableton, cubase, and fl. reaper is such an amazing daw, and you can actually afford it. not only that, it's cheaper than a video game. really user friendly too, or at least that how it seems to me.
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#15
Quote by Meelad360
"If after 30 days you decide that REAPER is not for you, simply delete it.

If you decide that REAPER is for you, you must purchase a license. "

You don't HAVE to...But it's $40. If you want Reaper to continue making updates and such, making their software better, they need the money to do it. Don't be that guy.

Be that guy. That guy gets free access to a subpar DAW, but at least that guy is making music instead of giving up on Mixcraft.
#16
Quote by captaincrunk
It's free. TS: Don't pay for it unless you start selling your music.

This. Seriously I'd pay for Reaper if I could, but my music isn't for sale
#17
Quote by captaincrunk
Be that guy. That guy gets free access to a subpar DAW, but at least that guy is making music instead of giving up on Mixcraft.


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#19
Quote by captaincrunk
Reaper is better and free. Cubase is immensely better and more costly. It's not even like a middle ground. I would not purchase it.

Reaper has pretty much everything cubase has and is vst compatible. I unfortunately wasted my money on pro tools back in the day, but if i'd heard of reaper back then i'd have just used that and saved some cash..
#20
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#21
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Reaper has pretty much everything cubase has and is vst compatible. I unfortunately wasted my money on pro tools back in the day, but if i'd heard of reaper back then i'd have just used that and saved some cash..

You say that like Cubase isn't VST compatible... when its Steinberg who invented VST... and VST2... And VST3... and VST3i...

Cubase > Reaper. My car has cupholders, tires, an engine, speakers, transmission, whatever. But a Bugatti is still better.