#5
get Sony Acid pro, it's pretty much the same thing.

Sonar will also do what garage band does, and a lot more, but it's also fairly complicated, and takes up more system resources.
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#6
Quote by filthandfury
Not unless you have a MAC partition.


Because I'm a pedant and I'm an IT buff, I'm gunna say you are wrong.

You could have a HDD with a Mac partition on it, but that won't make Garage Band run!

You'd need either

a) A dual boot configuration, which would run Mac OS X and Windows separately, but is a pain in the ass to do.

b) A Virtual Machine running in Windows emulating A Mac running Mac OS X. Pain in the ass too

c) Install Mac OS X as the primary OS, and use Parallels to emulate a Windows session. Again, pain in the ass, and it seems a little pointless.


So really TS, unless they make a Win version of Garage Band, you're screwed.

I'd recommend FL Studio for Windows for a nice step sequencing application!
#7
Quote by saphrax
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I'd recommend FL Studio for Windows for a nice step sequencing application!


Unless Garageband has change a lot since I used it, it's pretty different from fruity loops, which more based around sample and MIDI sequencing, whereas garage band is more for recording and loop sequencing.

But FL is a very good program though.
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