Music making programs

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Jun 8, 2008

Music making programs by xShinobi at 10:53 AM (755 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. xShinobi
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    Newcomer xShinobi Advanced Member

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    Hey tempers, just wanted to find a program for making music. A few years ago I used this program at school, you could choose what instruments to add and what times they would play. Sadly, I forgot what it was called. [​IMG]
    If anyone could point me in a direction, or even find me a program, it would be greatly appreciated. If the program was free that would be great!
     
  2. Endogene

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    i guess that sounds like guitar pro
    http://www.guitar-pro.com/fr/index.php
    although guitar pro is good for making tablatures the sound itself is pretty mediocre even with the "RSE" turned on
     
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    Ahh the fond memories of high school music class.

    For composition look for a program called "Sibelius", which is named after a classical composer. It is a pretty tiny program, so its umm it's easy to pirate. Not that we condone that kind of thing.

    For ear training try a program called "Ear Master".

    If you have a DS, I would also highly recommend "Daigasso! Band Brothers", which has a simple 8 track midi composer built in. Or you can import the sequel "Band Brothers DX" which is due in a month or so.


    Anywhos, hope that helps.
     
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    Newcomer xShinobi Advanced Member

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    Thanks to both of you for the help. [​IMG]
     

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