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    i want to edit/make my own music is the some software to do this??

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    ejay dance 5 is 1 of the best music making programs out there i think

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    cool edit pro is the best ive used

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    If you want to do MIDI editing then use Sibelius - you need a decent sound card for any real sound quality.

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    i got the ejay one from my first impressions it looks very good im just working out how to use it

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    Originally posted by p2pmaster@6 April 2003 - 14:19
    ejay dance 5 is 1 of the best music making programs out there i think
    give that a go, make stuff like scooter.



  8. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    Here is a link (at bottom of this post) to a thread with lots of information and hashes for various audio apps.

    Most are quite complex and have a pretty steep learning curve. If you havent used anything like this before I'd reccomend that you start by looking at something simple - perhaps a loop based program such as Acid 4 Pro. Follow the pdf manual and take some time to get used to the GUI and way it works. Most sequencers work under similar formats and it takes time to familiarise with the layouts and operations.

    To record audio (guitars, keyboards etc) and use virtual instruments (VSTi's) with a midi keyboard would require a very good soundcard with ASIO drivers otherwise you will find there is great latency (a time lag between playing a note and hearing the sound) which makes playing in time with anything impossible. The soundcards that come installed with a pc are generally not up to this.

    There's no problem with this if you use loop/sample based programs or if you input the notes in a step editor with the mouse. You can download audio samples and loops from Kazaa and then cut, paste and arrange them in multitracks with effects to make songs etc.

    http://www.klboard.ath.cx/bb/index.php?act...ST&f=38&t=20507

    I'll try and find a link to some more info about getting started making music on a PC.

    LJ

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    Okay here's some more general info on making your own music on a PC

    http://www.computermusic.co.uk/basics/basics.asp

    http://www.pc-music.com/

    hope it helps

    LJ

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    Sound forge 6 , and get waves platinum on the Emule. 2100$.

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    hey cool thnks for all the help i will check these all out and maybe if i do it post a hash of a song i made

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