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It doesnt matter which route you take, making music isn''t a walk on the beach. It takes work and dedication, so Modplug or one of the other trackers is probably your cheapest bet, followed closely by MIDI software, then things like Acid, Fruityloops, and the other soft synths which are available for purpose, though expensive sometimes.

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Unfortunatly there is not much in the way of free stuff. Mod plug is pretty good. You just have to learn how to use it.

If you want to get really simple, get Cakewalk. Excelent, profesional and definatly not free.

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Trackers are definately the easiest sort of software to use. Do a search on sharewaremusicmachine.com. Perhaps even something old like FastTracker will do.

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u can always go for Midis. http://downloads.com and look up noteworthy composer. they may not sound as good as mp3s but hey they can sound pretty good. go to http://rm2kuniverse.tk and go to their midi section.

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Guest Anonymous Poster

http://www.renoise.com <- awesome new traxor

http://www.fruityloops.com <- xlnt

http://sonicfoundry.com/products/acidfamily.asp <- roxors

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