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Thread New - user (aka noob) - what software should i use plz read!!!!!!!!!!!

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jamessteele1

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1 Posted on 05/06/2006 at 21:20:50
hi guys this is my first post im eager to find out which software can allow me 2 -
- create my own rifs and put them in a line to create a song
- to include 1000s of rifs already
- instruments like drums guitar piano etc

my first music creation game was music 2000 for playstation if there is anything like that plz help me
Axeman

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2 Posted on 05/07/2006 at 04:37:18
Cakewalk (Sonar or Home Studio) as well as Cubase should do what you want.
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bravenheart

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3 Posted on 07/05/2006 at 15:48:45
i've heard good things about Kristal Audio Engine... I don't really know I'm a real noob when it comes to technical stuff, but I do know it's free.
Dea_en

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4 Posted on 07/10/2006 at 11:46:58
Try reaper. Its free and you can integrate audio samples, and midi. Its very easy to use and has envelopes for each track. Very impressive app.

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