|Jun14-08, 06:22 PM||#1|
Recently I have started to make electronic music, mainly using Reason.
Just wondering does anyone else have any recommendations on software I should check out.
|Oct24-08, 11:16 PM||#2|
I've been composing, primarily in Reason for some time and I've discovered some interesting software along the way. I'd recommend that you stick with Reason for software, though, unless you want to get into audio programming languages like Csound, Pure Data, or Supercollider. Reason seems to be a good way to go for a beginner since it's fairly similar to having access to hardware. Due to having used Reason for awhile, I'm now getting into music production using hardware with the output mixed in Ardour (an open source DAW). I've heard that Ardour might be incorporating a sequencer sometime soon, also. Which reminds me that you should check out RoseGarden.
And that's my incoherent recommendation.
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