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    You may search free music program on google and it should give you some ideas.

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    Hi,

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    I'm guessing you are also looking for something that you can control to generate/manipulate rhythm or harmony on the midi level, and you have all the plugins you need for the sounds? This does not have to be a DAW.


    Check out ChordwarePA
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    subscribed, this seems like a very interesting thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by danoise View Post
    Renoise is a pretty good bet if you're into sample based music production.
    Demo version is gratuitous, to the point of full featured (minus rendering of tracks), and there are plenty of videos on their YT channel

    But it's also a different kind of beast (vertical scrolling spreadsheet look - WTF?) and might not be your cup of tea for this reason,
    but blazing fast once you wrap your head Dafont Showbox Adam4adam around it.

    If you're looking for a more traditional sort of DAW, Cakewalk was recently rebranded and released under the Bandlab umbrella.
    Might also be worth a look - it's deep and got all the benefits of a software that has been decades in development.
    yes that's right you're right, I think Daw and the best
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    It's maybe a little old fashioned, but you could also use something like Schismtracker. I have tried that, because a long time ago I used Screamtracker. But, I think a regular daw is much easier to use.

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    Insane Asylum is the best free VST synth I have

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    For mastering my go to plugin is definitely Ozone 8. It's not free, far from it but it's really worth it's price. It really improves your workflow. The only downside is that it will literally eat you CPU. Because of that I recommend when using it to render your song and then use Ozone on it. It just works amazing.

    For free content I always use Camel Crusher, Ozone Imager, OTT
    I also found this violin VST online. It's called sonatina violin. Sounds amazing. Not as violin though more as like a synth sound like a violin.

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