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3 Jan 2009
Hey there, I just had a quick question -

If I were running MOTU Digital Performer 5 on an Intel Mac, would I be able to use either REX loop files or Apple audio loops? If I can in fact use Apple loops, are they any easier to edit/rearrange than WAV files?

10 Aug 2008
Hey there... smile.gif

Right now I'm working on a track that could really use some nice female vocals. I want to get some good samples I can load up into my sampler program, but I have no idea where to start. Now, I'm not looking for like an 'aahh' choir type sample, I'm looking for an individual voice singing on various notes, as in maybe each note for one octave. And maybe different samples for different vowels ('oohh', 'aahh', et al.)...

Right now I don't exactly have the resources to hire someone for a recording session, but if I could buy/download reasonably high quality samples like this for a reasonable price, I'd be happy.

Any help would really be appreciated!

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19 Jul 2007
Hey there. I would consider myself an electronic musician, and have been using GarageBand lately as my music software. However, GarageBand really limits me in these ways:

1) I do not have enough software instruments or samples to work with. GarageBand barely provides anything in that area.

2) GarageBand's mixing tools are also extremely limited.

Can anyone recommend a good piece of software, that will resolve the above two issues? I just want to be able to have my MIDI keyboard plugged into my Mac, and be able to write electronic music with a good library of software instruments and samples, and also a satisfactory set of mixing tools. I also am not willing to spend more than maybe 7 or 8 hundred dollars. In an extreme case I might spend 1k, but I am hoping that this is not necessary.

Nothing with a HUGE learning curve either. I am willing to spend some time getting familiar with the software, but nothing extreme.

I was looking into Propellerhead Software's Reason, but I'm still not sure exactly what it is. Is it what I am looking for?

Any help greatly appreciated.
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