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6 Jun 2003
Hello, I want an environment where the midi tracks remain live once I am working with audio. The situation I want is to have a bunch of midi instruments playing that I can tweak while some vocal tracks are playing. I don't want to save the midi tracks as audio and export them into my mixing environment. Can this happen in Logic for instance. Does Logic come with a drum machine? I see the synths on the their website but no drum machine. I love Reason, it's so fun, but don't like the idea that I would need to bring it in as audio or do I?
And lastly, as an aside: is there a group of software that would allow one to record a sung melody, save it as midi and then use that midi track to drive synthetic instruments? Thanx again. Joe.
20 Apr 2003
Hello, Does anyone know of a serial controller that works well in OSX. It can be a card or USB device. Either will do. Thanx.
13 Feb 2003
Hello, I'm looking for ear training software to use on my mac that will allow me to use a midi keyboard to enter responses. I used a product called solfege that a guy developed for Linux. It was all I needed but I got tired of Linux and have switched back to Mac. Now I want to continue on this platform. nyc_joe
4 Dec 2002
Hello, I downloaded the Reason demo for Mac OSX. I like it and had a blast using it in 20min spurts. How would one go about adding some audio tracks and using a midi kb to input notes and control the synths? I've been trying to come to some decision about the most economical way to proceed. A couple of years ago I used Multitrack on a Linux box. I got some stuff recorded but the techy part sapped most of my creative juices. I don't want another science project. I want to buy something and go. I only will add an audio track at a time so I was thinking digi001 might be the way to go since it has the mic pres and headphone out to monitor and mix( I share a small NYC apt. so I can't really mix to speakers ). But, as I said I dig Reason and want to find out if I could have the sequencer line up with audio tracks? What hardware and software would I need. TIA.
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