Music production programs

March 03, 2007 @ 13:14:40
i want to make some music on my computer and wanted to know some software that's good for that kinda stuff.
i have windows.
March 03, 2007 @ 13:15:13
pro tools
March 03, 2007 @ 13:16:53
Reason for Synths and Drums, ReCycle for samples, and Logic for recording vocals or instruments and sequencing. That's all you need

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March 03, 2007 @ 13:20:17
he said he has windows...logic is apple
March 03, 2007 @ 13:23:38
pro tools


i went to the website, digidesign.com, and i didn't find any software programs..
March 03, 2007 @ 13:25:07
Reason for Synths and Drums, ReCycle for samples, and Logic for recording vocals or instruments and sequencing. That's all you need


i checked their website too.
i'll go a little deeper into that.
March 03, 2007 @ 13:31:32
how's acid pro 6 by Sony??
March 03, 2007 @ 13:45:38
yeah that'll work too, but still get reason and Recycle. And if you're serious you're going to want to consider a Mac

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March 03, 2007 @ 13:57:34
Where can you dl reason and recycle? That shit cost too much. I'm not even sure my mac will run it, but it's worth a shot.
March 03, 2007 @ 14:11:33
I'm not sure if I can get in trouble for saying it here, but there are certain programs that allow for the downloading of large software files for free, try google

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March 03, 2007 @ 15:13:47
I think I know what you're talking about.
March 03, 2007 @ 15:15:26
fruityloops
March 03, 2007 @ 16:59:02
I use reason and Protools. You can't record outside sounds directly into reason, so that's why you need something else like protools.
March 03, 2007 @ 17:01:28
Super Duper Music Looper
March 03, 2007 @ 17:12:22
try fruityloops and more on from there
March 03, 2007 @ 23:47:52
yeah that'll work too, but still get reason and Recycle. And if you're serious you're going to want to consider a Mac


do you know how they cost??
and i have a mac laptop also, but im so much more used to a windows.
if you highly recommend it, i'll give it a shot.
July 02, 2012 @ 19:41:48
I be on that Fruity Loops 10. ahah

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July 03, 2012 @ 02:42:35
Gilly Suits
Moderator
Sonar (99+), Reason (199+), Ableton (199+), Pro Tools (199+), Cubase (99+), Reaper (60)

Parenthesis is the price.

I use Ableton, Reason, and Pro Tools.
July 05, 2012 @ 03:18:54
pro tools 10 man
July 05, 2012 @ 23:42:53
Go get Fl studio...that shit is the best for beginners and you dont need anything extra to use that shit.

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July 06, 2012 @ 03:54:58
Reason/ReCycle rewired with logic Is what I use
July 06, 2012 @ 22:12:02
Gilly Suits
Moderator
Go get Fl studio...that shit is the best for beginners and you dont need anything extra to use that shit.

http://soundcloud.com/ikethebrainchild/utada-del-rey


Besides VSTs techniquely the most self proficient DAW is Reason 6 or higher. You don't need VSTs though Reason 6.5 offers a lower CPU use form of a VST but not many out since new, linear recording is better, lower CPU use, blah blah blah. In all seriousness just get a demo of each and don't determine off what you watch as everyone has different workflows which DAWs cater to. Also 1 day is not enough to really play and have fun. I recommend 2 weeks+. And if you find you like 2 check if they rewire. I usually go Reason/Ableton especially when I sample or feel like I wanna add a VST I have.
July 07, 2012 @ 02:38:18
Ableton is fun as shit
July 31, 2012 @ 02:45:54
FL Studio is really great because it's pretty simple, cheap, but is also professional grade software. Ableton is a little more advanced with a lot more options. A long with these base programs you'll want to get plugins such as Massive by Native Instruments to make unique and powerful sounds.
August 10, 2012 @ 10:52:51
FL Studio is really great because it's pretty simple, cheap, but is also professional grade software. Ableton is a little more advanced with a lot more options. A long with these base programs you'll want to get plugins such as Massive by Native Instruments to make unique and powerful sounds.


Yeah i was thinking about getting komplete. If you get good at it you can basically create your own sounds with FM8 and REAKTOR and other shit.
August 14, 2012 @ 21:13:10
has anyone used Dub Turbo?
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