| Which Digital Audio Workstation should I get?

Which Digital Audio Workstation should I get?

Frisbeeguy22 asked:

I’m looking to getting a Digital Audio Workstation to create some music. I’m not a super pro with computers or anything, but I’m a music major so I know my way around music. All I want is a program where I can take the midi’s I create with notation software, and make the sounds sound not so…midi. So basically i want to convert the midi sounds to much cooler sounding audio, rather than midi. Which program would be best for me? :)

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3 Responses to “Which Digital Audio Workstation should I get?”

  1. captanmidnght on August 12th, 2009 8:35 pm

    Well if your looking with good midi support try Logic Studio or Ableton Live

  2. ? on August 15th, 2009 11:44 am

    i think you san use atomix vitual dj for specific adio editing
    of use sony acid pro 7
    sony acid pro has more option and easy to use
    download it from here

  3. audioloops on August 22nd, 2009 8:08 am

    Tons of options here…

    I use FL Studio (producer edition) and Ableton Live, both which would be able to do what you want.

    Try the demo versions and see how it works for you

    If you don’t need to save your projects, i.e. you simply load up the midi, replace the midi channel instruments with some cool freeware VST instruments for some nice sounds, export the file to mp3 or wav and you’re done, then the non-expiring demo version of FL Studio might even suffice.

    If you like it enough to buy it you can get 10% discount with my promo link:
    (only for new image-line customers, and for orders of $90 or more)

    Another option would be Reaper, which has an uncrippled demo version and a non-commercial license is only $50.