(TO EVERYONE)WHERE CAN I GET A DEMO DIGITAL RECORDING PROGRAM ONLINE?

Discussion in 'Pro Audio' started by Johnny Calvin, Dec 19, 2003.

  1. I JUST WANT SOMETHING THAT I CAN TRY OUT FOR AWILE,AND IT THE DEMO HAS
    TO BE ABLE TO SAVE AND IMPORT ONTO A CD,SO I CAN GET AN IDEA OF WHAT
    THESE PROGRAMS SOUND LIKE,PRO TOOLS,NUENDO,CUBASE,ACID,CAKEWALK ANY
    KINDS THAT ARE GOOD.
     
    Johnny Calvin, Dec 19, 2003
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  2. Do a Google search on those programs. Most all of them have demos.
     
    Ricky W. Hunt, Dec 19, 2003
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  3. Did you try a search engine? And could you turn off caps lock?
     
    Brendan Thompson, Dec 19, 2003
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  4. Klay Anderson, Dec 19, 2003
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  5. Johnny Calvin

    Mike Rivers Guest

    A program shouldn't have a "sound" so they all sound the same. You can
    get an idea of how they work whether they save your work or not, and
    you can understand that they don't want to give away for free what
    they have for sale.

    One multitrack program that has a lot of fans and has a free and
    relatively unlimited downloadable demo is N-Track Studio (you do the
    searching) but it's different from the "name brand commercial"
    programs.

    Do you have audio hardware now that you really want to use for
    "professional" recordings? If not, consider bundled hardware/software
    packages. Most audio interface hardware these days comes bundled with
    a fully functional (though often somewhat limited, like maybe just 8
    tracks) version of a fairly common program that will let you start
    using the hardware to its full potential right away. TASCAM USB
    interfaces come bundled with Cubasis, a light duty version of Cubase.
    Echo interfaces used to come with an 8-track or so version of Cool
    Edit Pro. I don't know if they carried that same deal along when
    Syntrillium was bought by Adobe and the program was renamed Audition.
    Cakewalk Home Studio comes with something. The new (and possibly not
    yet available) Mackie Spike comes with a new (and possibly not yet
    avaiable) program called Traction. Lots of combo deals like that.

    On the other hand, if you're really just a freeloader who doesn't want
    to pay for software, go **** yourself in a pirate newsgroup.


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    Mike Rivers, Dec 19, 2003
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    Geoff Wood Guest

    For **** sake - stop using captials.

    Go to the websites for the software you mention, download the demos, then
    buy your choice.

    geoff
     
    Geoff Wood, Dec 23, 2003
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  7. Ok... that's REALLY funny, I spit water out all over my keyboard when I
    clicked your link.

    Bobby
     
    Bobby P Longsocks, Dec 23, 2003
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