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Free MIDI sequencers.

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So, which ones have you tried? So far I''ve only tried JazzWare and it''s at least partly usable, so, what do you use? Are there any non-free ones that are worth the money (I don''t think I''v actually purchased any non-game software for years...)

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I have a VB exampele cald Music Maker that work fine for me. I don''t know the URL.

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quote:
Original post by cowsarenotevil
I''ll bump this just because I made it so early in the morning that people might have missed it.
Yes, because this is hardly an international community, is it?

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I used to have this one called "Presto!", but it only accepted keyboard input, so things never sounded exactly in sync. I''ve searched EVERYWHERE for it, but no luck. If I could only find some floppy I put the zip in...

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There used to be this program called "Music Time" for Windows 3.1 (it worked on 95 and I think 98 also) that my friend had, and it was mentioned in a gamedev article once, but it seems to no longer exist...

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Why not check out the music magazines?

Computer Music (Future Publishing, UK) has an entire PC-based music-making suite of apps on their cover-mounted CD every month. (I think it's just been made Mac OS X compatible too.)

I don't know how easy it is to get hold of it overseas, but it is possible. There may also be a US version of the mag, or at least a similar rival.

Future's website is http://www.futurenet.com.

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[edited by - stimarco on November 9, 2003 6:04:17 PM]

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as always, kvr-vst.com, use the search function to sort free hosts. cubasis inwire is exactly the same as cubasis except it won''t save songs.. can''t beat that

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