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Freebase Dali 08-29-2010 03:13 PM

The Music Software Recommendation Thread
 
Need advice or recommendations on what music program/recording software to get? Ask here.

debaserr 08-30-2010 08:38 PM

i wanna start playing around with samples etc. i have fruityloops, is this a good one?

Dr_Rez 08-30-2010 09:21 PM

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Originally Posted by eric generic (Post 924764)
i wanna start playing around with samples etc. i have fruityloops, is this a good one?

Yes, but beware all FL are not created equal. There are cheaper more basic versions that are way to limiting. The producer edition, while expensive is fantastic and will give you way more routes for your projects.

debaserr 08-30-2010 10:02 PM

i have FL Studio 9 producer edition XXL!

Kynss 10-11-2010 02:27 PM

For anyone who would like to make music online I would suggest trying out the sonic producer or dubturbo. Both are great for what your looking for. I hope this helps!

Deepak1234 03-04-2011 03:48 AM

I will suggest you to purchase AV Music Morpher Gold.It is one of the most advanced multitrack music editor programs.It has following features.I think it is the best.It has following features.

Voice Remover and Voice Extractor
Multitrack Editor
2-Dimensional Voice Changer
Advanced Morpher
A Huge Effects Library
Effects Mixer and Editor
Digital Audio Recorder
CD Burner/Grabber/Organizer

Hagar 04-23-2011 01:10 AM

Any recommendations for sound clip software? I have one called WavePad Sound Editor by NCH - which you can use to split audio -- though I need to be able to save in to REX2 format

VoiceX 05-08-2012 04:51 AM

If you ask me... I recommend using Pro Tools for all none VSTi related instruments. If its a real instrument (like guitars, drums, bass, harp, whatever) - use Pro Tools. If its Vox related - Use Pro Tools.

And as for anything synthetic / programmed / sequenced / keyboard / MIDI / synthesizer etc - use either Cubase or Nuendo series (and, yes, despite them seeming similar, they are in fact kinda different. Both sound wise, and especially when it comes to video editing. Though some people may second guess on that one. But i`m too lazy to argue!).

Gruffsnuff 05-08-2012 02:56 PM

Ok i used to use Reason with Acid to make music quite a while ago, now i want to get back into it i have loaded reason 3 and acid again but i need to update can someone help me. You will need to treat me as a NOOB as i am now serious in taking this up as a hobby.

rustie 05-09-2012 12:21 AM

you can check out this guys MIXHOUSELA


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