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<img src="images/misc/quote_icon.png" alt="Quote" /> Originally Posted by <strong>Drifter182</strong>
<div class="message">whenever I see one of these threads I pictures Phils face at the back of a dim-light bar slamming his empty glass of gin and coke a bit loudly on the table muttering something about "....stupid band, always giving me a headache with thread titles....." he wipes his lips away in disgust and quietly walks into the night, wishing his Class 5 had black tape on it.</div>
The two biggies at the moment (besides Garageband) are Auria (by WaveMachine Labs - the Drumagog folks) and Cubasis from Steinberg. Both are full blown 48 track DAW programs. IIRC, there's a light version of Auria (Auria LE) that is limited to only 24 tracks, but is half the price of the full version.
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