#1
ok. my grandfather is possibly the nicest person in the world, he says he'll spend $4000 on getting a pro quality recording studio. so i am making a list of stuff that ill need (condenser mics, a new computer, ect..) but i dont know weather i should get sonar 7/8 or cubase 4. also, the reason im saying sonar 7/8 is cus there the same price on Samash.com. oh and also. im not sure if it matters but im gonna try and make like more electronic stuff, like the postal service. sooo if any of u guys could help i would give you 10,000 mental notes of appreciation.
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#4
Try to obtain both if you know what i mean

in other unrelated comments, did you know that software can be downloaded from the internet illegally
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#5
Jesus Christ. 4000 Bucks. Better make it big

I think you should find other means of getting the software and buy the stuff that has to be physically present in higher quality.
#6
Get Reason 4 and if you are getting a mac (which I would advise if you're going to do this properly) seriously think about getting Logic 8 Pro.
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#9
lol im not getting a mac. but ya. so cubase 4 i guess. also, what kinda pc should i get?
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#10
cubase 4 has a lot of faults why not just get sx3 of a torrent? ableton is good as well. Main thing is you can use it easily there is no sound difference between them if thats what you are thinking.

computer wise depends what your running but i have to use an overclocked quadcore 4gb RAM and its still laggy.
#11
Cubase or Reason.

Sonar sucks balls IMHO.

Hell it even sucks at sucking balls.

And it sucks more balls than Pamela Anderson on a good day.

Whilst sucking at it.
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#12
I have Reason and I'm pretty sure it's a sequencer and not an acoustic recorder.

I've always used Sonar and it's worked out pretty well.

But if you're going for professional, Pro Tools and Logic 8.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#13
As a music tech student, i'm going to recommend Cubase 4 and Reason if you're getting a pc, or Pro-Tools if you're getting a mac.

I find that reason is pretty useless by itself, but using rewire makes it really useful.
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#14
lol im sensing apple fanboys in my presence. w/e.. is Logic 8 that much better? lol like what can you do in logic that you cant do in cubase?
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Cubase or Reason.

Sonar sucks balls IMHO.

Hell it even sucks at sucking balls.

And it sucks more balls than Pamela Anderson on a good day.

Whilst sucking at it.



Any reasons? I have Sonar 7 and I think it's brilliant.
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#16
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Any reasons? I have Sonar 7 and I think it's brilliant.

lol i know. *coughf* apple fanboys. lol jk
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#17
wait.. whats pro-tools? does anybody know if mac can run Visual studios 2005? cuz if so i might as well get a mac.
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#18
pro tools is the ultimate recording studio software for a computer, problem is they stopped making it for pcs and its a mac exclusive. truthfully macs are far superiour to pcs for recording and such just for the fact of stability and the way macs priortize which programs are running and which are more important. plus since macs are now made with intel parts you can actually use anything for pcs on a mac, which really leaves you in a much better position when it comes to options. but yeah pro tools is by far the best way to go, but if not go with cubase wired into reason, you'll have a lot more options of what you can do with it.
#20
I love Sonar 7, but if you have the money then get Pro-Tools.
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