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Thread need help on software

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pokemon099

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1 Posted on 09/22/2005 at 17:31:11
I have a little home studio. I have a EURODESK 8000 mixer, 4 sound canvas, behringer virtualizer pro, midiverb 4, alesis m-eq-230, roland rsp550, alesis 3630 compressor, alesis ra-100 amp, sr-16 drum machine, digitech vocalist and a yamaha md8.

I use my md8 as a master only. I use the 8 in and 8 out through my eurodesk mixer.

Now I wanna use a computer for a master. Just bought a P4 2.4 GHZ with 512 Meg ram, 120 gig H.D., 128 Meg video card and I also bought a WaMiRack ESP1010 audio/midi interface.

This is my question.

What software should I use. A frind of mine can give me a copy of one of these 4 software: CUBASE 5 VST/32, CUBASE SX 3.0, CAKEWALK SONAR 4 OR CAKEWALK PROJECT 5.

Witch one is the best

Thank you

p.s. I know that all these software have effects ans virtual sounds in them so I wanna use both. The ones in the software plus my external modules.
Camvike

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2 Posted on 09/23/2005 at 11:10:41
I am with Axeman, BUY your own software. And there is no best, but Cakewalk is a bit easier to use than Cubase. And Sonor is much more powerful than PROJECT 5.
Axeman

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3 Posted on 09/23/2005 at 04:47:40
There is no "best". The best one is the one that helps you make music. You have a unique opportunity to try all of them.

Then go BUY whichever you decide to use.
The Axeman (##(===> Cuts From My New Blues CD
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