01-07-2010 05:23 PM
07-20-2010 08:31 PM
Great Thread -
I want a sequencer that supports 24/96 Khz audio recording, is loop friendly, and will jive well with fruity loops. I will most likely only be recording one track at a time (guitar). Quality effects plug ins would be a big plus. Midi is not as big a consideration, but I want the option for the future. I was contemplating Sonar, but Cool Edit Pro recently caught my eye and I wanted to learn more.
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05-07-2012 11:52 AM
I have used CoolEdit Pro 1.2 for more than one year until I switched to Nuendo, then Cubase SX.
I really did enjoy working with CoolEdit Pro since I didn't know about VST instruments. CoolEdit Pro is really one of best program for multitracking/edit audio. It has all the built-in effects you can imagine, and they sound very good. I am a guitar player, so initialy, multitracking was enough for me.
But as soon you want to build drum loops, you need another tool. You cannot build from scratch drum loops with CoolEditPro. (it's possible, but not very pleasant to do) So I was using FruityLoops to build by drum loops, then once rendered, I was bringing them into CoolEdit Pro...was OK...but a painful process, and limited.
(CoolEdit has no MIDI, by the way...only audio)
But when I discovered Steinberg Nuendo, I fall in love with it. It's a all in one product. I bought a midi keyboard and started to build my songs with it and my guitar.
About one year later, Cubase SX went out...and I switched to it immediatly since it's based on Nuendo, but more aimed for musicians.
I love so much CubaseSX...