#1
Well, my friend is going to buy an interface and i was going to get a good software for recording. I was mainly looking at Acid Pro, Sonar, and Cubase. Which ones are the best and why??? I am not too much of an expert on this, and this is why i need help!!!
#2
Ive used Acid Pro and some of the Adobe products, they have a steep learning curve for most of the advanced cooler things. Ive never used Sonar of Cubase so i cant say which is better but Acid is definetely at the top of the list. Cost also shouldnt be an issue....Limewire baby.
#3
yes, i know but i cant find a working file of acid pro on limewire....i can tell when the file is way to small to be legit...hah legit...how did you find acid pro??
#5
don't get acid. I have it, and I don't understand a single feature that it's worth the $300+ for. I have Acid Pro 5, and I'm just now, after having it for about a year, getting to the better features.
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#6
I use cubase,easy use (setups a bitch though),but overall very nice progream
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#7
Some programs require you to have an external sound card belonging to that company like pro tools so you cant illegally dl it.

Do you have a Mac or Pc.

Cubase is ok but i'd rather pro tools. Try logic tohugh that is a great program.
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#8
I use cubase, it's pretty easy to use once you learn the shortcuts. Although I'd rather use Pro Tools It's even easier and simpler to use. Although I don't really have enough money to buy a Digidesign interface.
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#9
Protools has all this proprietary crap...
IMO the learning curve shouldn't cripple a program...Adobe's entry did that for me, it's just generally hard to use IMO. Acid is alright, never really stood out that much. Cubase is pretty good, standard fare.
I personally use Mackie Tracktion. It's easy to understand, but works really well. There's a demo at www.tracktion.com
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#10
Cubase Cubase Cubase Sx3
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#11
I've been using Cubase for a while now, I even got the 3 DVDs that teach you how to use it and yeah, it's pretty effing sweet!
#12
acid pro is easy and a good program to record
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#13
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Well, my friend is going to buy an interface and i was going to get a good software for recording. I was mainly looking at Acid Pro, Sonar, and Cubase. Which ones are the best and why??? I am not too much of an expert on this, and this is why i need help!!!



See this post about music production software.

http://homestudio-recording.blogspot.com/