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Old 12-09-2009, 10:31 PM   #1
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Any programs for PC that are similar to Garageband?
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Just buy a Mac LOL

Don't think about it just DO IT. You won't regret it!
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Old 12-09-2009, 11:02 PM   #3
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Default Re: Similar to Garageband?

A quick google search led me to this program:
http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraft/

Looks very similar to GarageBand, I'd assume it works similarly as well. I'm sure you can find yourself a free version of this somewhere.
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Default Re: Similar to Garageband?

Best free, similar one I've found out there is probably Krystal. Never really used it for any extensive project though.
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Default Re: Similar to Garageband?

for making beats i'd suggest FL Studio 8... for making songs i'd suggest Cool edit pro 2 (awesome for making songs...)
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Old 12-11-2009, 12:13 AM   #6
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Just buy a Mac LOL

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And pay for the brand name? You are suppose Help people not waste their money!
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And pay for the brand name? You are suppose Help people not waste their money!
Why, aren't you the brightest bulb in the bunch?
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Just buy a Mac LOL

Don't think about it just DO IT. You won't regret it!
FFS please stop saying this, enjoy the countless incompatibility issues and paying hundreds out of pocket for a unix based Os, linux is free dude get it come on dude.


Anyways mixcraft is your best bet, I try it, it has loads of features, and its relatively small is size so thats what I would use dude.
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FFS please stop saying this, enjoy the countless incompatibility issues and paying hundreds out of pocket for a unix based Os, linux is free dude get it come on dude.
Just because you dislike a product, doesn't mean you need to bitch about it every time it's mentioned on this forum.
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I have Reaper 3 in my collection of audio software and it is brilliant. And it will give you a selection of VSTi's to play with. And its a fully fledged audio sequencer/mixer too.
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