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Re: Recording Programs?
Quoting Stephen Goodman <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> 1. What recording program do you use?
> 2. Why? Is there something you get from your program that you can't
> anywhere else?
In the 1980s my I used Dr. T's software for my sequencing. Since I
was Atari-based, the Cubase Audio Falcon package proved a good
solution because it ran on my Atari equipment. This provided
synchronized MIDI and audio tracks.
A year ago when I modernized I decided to stay with Cubase because of
a small learning curve for me to go from Atari Cubase to PC Cubase.
Cubase SX3 has support for Surround sound which is important to me
because I prefer to perform in surround sound whenever possible.
Though I have downloaded Mobius, I haven't spent enough time with it
yet to get it to work. I would like to use Mobius as a VST plugin.
Does all this mean that I believe Cubase is the "best of the best"?
Well, of course not -- there may be better environments than Cubase.
For my musical needs and for a smooth transition from the Atari
platform, Cubase SX3 was the best choice for me.