• Multi-track music software

    From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to All on Tue Dec 13 18:19:48 2011
    In searching for some good multi-track music recording software, I recently came across Acoustica Mixcraft 5:
    http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraft
    I recently bought a copy, and I'm fairly impressed with it. It has ease of use comparable to Apple's Garage Band, but is available for Windows. Similar to Garage Band, it includes virtual MIDI instruments and allows recording & mixing of both virtual MIDI instruments and audio tracks. I'm excited about using it more. :)

    Nightfox

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  • From art@VERT/FATCATS to Nightfox on Wed Dec 14 07:03:14 2011
    Re: Multi-track music software
    By: Nightfox to All on Tue Dec 13 2011 18:19:48

    Hey NF,

    In searching for some good multi-track music recording software, I recently came across Acoustica Mixcraft 5:
    http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraft
    I recently bought a copy, and I'm fairly impressed with it. It has ease of

    Cool, I've not heard of this one, but I'll definitely check it out, thanks for the tip. These days I'm using StudioOne however it's moreso out of the fact that I've got a paid copy of it rather than anything else.

    Regards,

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  • From The Lizard Master@VERT/NITEEYES to Nightfox on Wed Dec 21 09:38:00 2011
    Re: Multi-track music softwar
    By: Nightfox to All on Tue Dec 13 2011 06:19 pm

    In searching for some good multi-track music recording software, I recently came across Acoustica Mixcraft 5:
    http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraft
    I recently bought a copy, and I'm fairly impressed with it. It has ease of comparable to Apple's Garage Band, but is available for Windows. Similar to Garage Band, it includes virtual MIDI instruments and allows recording & mix of both virtual MIDI instruments and audio tracks. I'm excited about using more. :)

    I have been using acoustica products for over 10 years (they had a wav to MP3 converter or something I bought).

    Anyway, the mixcraft product is excellent. My daughter has started using it to make music on her own. I wish I had something like that when I was her age.

    ---TLM
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  • From The Millionaire@VERT/PARKAVE to The Lizard Master on Wed Dec 21 13:18:25 2011
    Re: Multi-track music softwar
    By: The Lizard Master to Nightfox on Wed Dec 21 2011 09:38 am

    Re: Multi-track music softwar
    By: Nightfox to All on Tue Dec 13 2011 06:19 pm

    In searching for some good multi-track music recording software, I recent came across Acoustica Mixcraft 5:
    http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraft
    I recently bought a copy, and I'm fairly impressed with it. It has ease comparable to Apple's Garage Band, but is available for Windows. Similar Garage Band, it includes virtual MIDI instruments and allows recording & of both virtual MIDI instruments and audio tracks. I'm excited about usi more. :)

    I have been using acoustica products for over 10 years (they had a wav to MP converter or something I bought).

    Anyway, the mixcraft product is excellent. My daughter has started using it make music on her own. I wish I had something like that when I was her age.

    ---TLM
    www.LizardMaster.com

    If you have a Mac like I do, use Garageband or Logic Pro. They're the most popular software. Enigma (Michael Cretu) used to use Logic Pro for his
    albums.

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  • From Interloper@VERT/NORBERTB to Nightfox on Thu Jan 19 17:06:10 2012
    On 14/12/2011 1:19 PM, Nightfox wrote:
    In searching for some good multi-track music recording software, I recently came across Acoustica Mixcraft 5:
    http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraft
    I recently bought a copy, and I'm fairly impressed with it. It has ease of use
    comparable to Apple's Garage Band, but is available for Windows. Similar to Garage Band, it includes virtual MIDI instruments and allows recording& mixing
    of both virtual MIDI instruments and audio tracks. I'm excited about using it
    more. :)

    Nightfox

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    I haven't recorded much music (mostly due to lack of decent equipment, I guess, because I'm a musician,) but I was taught, and used Adobe
    Audition as my first job, being the volunteer Producer at a local radio station. So I've mostly used it to record advertising, but I really
    liked it, and would recommend it for anything.

    While I'm here, they had a nice setup, too. I forget the model names,
    but they had a soundcard with four XLR inputs that ran to a small
    Behringer (I think,) mixer. It was worth about $500. I was considering
    buying them for myself, for a while, but I rarely had any money back then.

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