#1
My friends all became useless bitches who refuse to play music. Now, over the past year or so I've been writing my own songs with just an acoustic guitar, but I would like to add to it and mix some stuff on the computer since I'm doing this by myself. Does anybody know of any good programs I could use? Specifically for drum beats and preferably free.

In short: anybody know about any free computer drum programs?
Last edited by blue sky noise at Jun 29, 2011,
#2
Hmm. Maybe your recording question should go in the....Recording forum.


Reaper is good for recording.
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Hmm. Maybe your recording question should go in the....Recording forum.


Reaper is good for recording.

Well this isn't specifically recording, just computer stuff. But I'll check that out, thanks.
#6
Garageband is really decent actually.
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Garageband is really decent actually.


I recorded a song yesterday with an unplugged electric on there, and it still sounded good.
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