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21. Soundtrack 1.2
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22. Apple iLife '04
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23. M-AUDIO Propellerhead ReCycle
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24. Sibelius 3 Cross Platform - Educational
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25. Sibelius Compass
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26. Emedia Bass Method
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27. Music Ace Starter
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28. Band-in-a-Box Pro Version 11 (Mac)
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29. Toast with Jam
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30. Logic Pro 6
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31. Auralia 2 for Macintosh
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32. MediaEdit Pro (Mac)
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33. E-Jay Mix (Mac)
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34. HERCULES DJ Console - Portable
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35. Teach Yourself to Play Guitar
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36. Logic Express 7 Upgrade from Logic
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37. Instant Play Guitar Deluxe (6
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39. iLife 1.1
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40. SmartMusic Studio

21. Soundtrack 1.2
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Asin: B0001BFDAU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 4830
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Soundtrack is GB's big brother
If working with Digital Audio and Video is your thing, then Soundtrack is a must buy. Unlike GarageBand (Which works with digital audio clips just like SoundTrack), this is geared toward the professional. It comes with a track just for video which allows you to sync up your audio with what's happening on the screen easily. It also comes with 4000 loops as compared to GBs 1000. You can get GBs accompanying software, Jam Pack, but that still offers much fewer loops than Soundtrack alone. Built in effects to each track also far surpases GBs effects. Pan your volume left and right with just a few clicks to name one. I enjoy GB and have written tunes based on it (Check macidol.com artist name Guy Serle) and it's fun. But when you're ready to do more, get Soundtrack. ... Read more


22. Apple iLife '04
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Asin: B0001ACK2K
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 115
Average Customer Review: 4.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Includes iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, and GarageBand music application
  • Use iLife to have more fun with digital media
  • Easily create professional-quality slideshows, music, movies, and DVDs
  • Seamless integration--iLife applications work together better than ever before
  • Single installer that updates all existing iLife applications

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars I would have preferred an upgrade option, but...
The latest update to "your digital lifestyle" is a great one. iMovie includes more options for editing and adding titles. iDVD adds more great themes, easier interfacing with iMovie, and ups the final production minutes from 90 to 120. iTunes is a free download anyway (cause Apple makes money through the iTunes Music Store. iPhoto, to be honest, I don't play with a whole lot because I already use PhotoShop, ImageReady and Fireworks.

Then, there is GarageBand. It may not be the most necessary piece of software ever, but it certainly is the coolest. I managed to create a short song in less than an hour. Me! I can't make music with anything resembling an instrument. Apparently though, I can produce music. The ease with which the program works is astounding. Adding new loops is as easy as click and drag.

The minor complaint here, at full screen GarageBand eats memory. My iBook starts to scream in pain when I open the program. On a G5 or my G4 iMac it works great though. You can ease the memory requirements by using less screen space for the program, but it only eases the issues, doesn't resolve it.

Also, considering that Apple just made us buy the program to begin with last year, an upgrade option for those of us who did would be nice. At least they kept it at a fairly reasonable price though.

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy it for Garage Band alone.
I won't even talk about the other iLife apps. Good though they are, the real story of iLife '04 is Garage Band. It is a powerful, easy-to-use non-linear audio editor. Now, it won't be all things to all people. It is primarily designed as a loop-based music creation system. However, you can add non-software instruments (including vocals) as well, filtering them through various effects, including several adjustable guitar amp modelers. The results--for the price--are absolutely astounding.

This program is to music creation what PageMaker was to desktop publishing, lo those many years ago. Unfortunately, that means that everyone with a Mac will now become a 'composer,' but that sort of power-to-the-people freedom is great, in my opinion.

Important note: if you buy it, make sure you immediately install the Garage Band update (version 1.0.1?), which is available at the Apple site. It clears up several issues in the initial release.

One other important note: This program is a total resource hog! You need a fast G4 or G5 processor and at least 512MB of RAM. It also helps if you have a faster hard drive.

(By the way, to the other reviewer who couldn't rename tracks: sure you can. Simply click on the instrument in question, click the "I" button and choose "save instrument." This allows you to rename the track. You can even rename regions within a track. Click on the region and rename it in the name window in the lower left-hand corner of the main window.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Make your personal computer be a personal compter!
Computers are wonderful tools that have greatly changed just how we do just about everything. Apple iLife software continues this tradition. I have used both Mac and PC computers. I have also used software written for both. There is nothing easier or more intuitive than Apple iLife. It is not the most powerful software. For $400-$600 you can by professional grade software that will blow the socks of iLife. However, for the average "Joe" there is nothing better. It doesn't take a lot of computer savvy. iLife does most of the work for you - and quickly. Other software we have used for loading pictures is slow, hard to manage and less desirable in many ways. I used this software at my sister-in-laws wedding. In no time at all I had a wonderful slide show set to music for everyone to watch. Doing all this work on a PowerBook G4 15" laptop allowed me to later show my father-in-law what he missed due to some health issues.

With iLife, you can edit your pictures. You can order copies with just a click of a button. With just another click, you can e-mail them to anyone in your e-mail address book. Another click you can post them on a web-sight for your friends to see. For example, we recently moved to a new state. I posted a slide show of our new home for all our old friends to see. We had over 60 different friends view the web sight. Can you image the cost of making prints for all those people? In addition, you can set your pictures, web sights to your favorite music in iTunes.

Speaking of iTunes, I love music - always have. If you like to listen to music, make your own recordings of your favorite tunes you will love iTunes. Plus, iTunes makes it easier and more affordable to buy music. I don't understand why the music industry continues to over-price their CD's but they do. And who can afford to buy an entire CD for just two or three songs. Now, with iTunes you can buy only the songs you want from a particular CD. Once down loaded, you can arrange them in any order you want, burn them on your own CD or hook your Mac to your home stereo and listen through you speakers. In addition, whatever music you have in iTunes is easily used in iPhoto, iDVD or the other applications iLife opens for you. You will not be disappointed with iLife unless you desire to spend tons of money for three or four different software programs that will not work together as seamlessly as iLife.

5-0 out of 5 stars ...what you've all been waiting for...
Face it. Most of those interested really want Garageband above all. That being the main program I use from iLife, I'll review it.

Garageband is the Final Cut Pro of Music. It's excellent for musically talented and musically challenged.

No need to worry about beats or anythin', because Garageband makes any and all set loops go together with ease.

Disregard the review by a fellow who claims it is a program for kids and idiots who want to show everyone else their noise. It IS a very sophisticated music editor while remaining simplistic and fun to use. I spent hours mixing and matching endlessly. The possibilities are infinite.

The "drag and drop" style of operating masks movie-editor Final Cut Pro, also available here at Amazon. It's an easy to learn, easy to use tool that most people will love.

I recommend, that, if you planned on buying iLife '04 solely for Garageband, then by all means, do so. I really think that if you love music and you love making it, regardless of playing an instrument, that you will adore this product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Apple hit... well worth the price.
The iLife suite has been completely revised for the new iLife '04 release. In this review, I'll list some of the improved features.

iDVD received a nice update with some new themes and other small features. I wasn't incredibly impressed by this particular update, but that's because I rarely use the application. Not a major interface overhaul, but some nice updates.

iMovie has been significantly sped up along with an improved interface and new transitions, effects, and more. You'll quickly notice all the new features in this update if you use iMovie frequently.

iTunes has been updated, but you can simply download the update... you don't need to buy the suite to get the newest version of iTunes.

iPhoto previously suffered from extreme performance issues before this revision... if you had a large amount of images in the database there would be a large slowdown, but this revision fixes that issue. It allows you to rate photos 1-5 stars, which is handy but not a necessary feature. Another nice new feature is the ability to create "smart albums" like "smart playlists" on iTunes... you can make albums that only contain, say, five-star pictures containing the phrases "Katie" and "1st Birthday" with little effort.

And, finally, the application that almost everyone is buying this for... GarageBand. GarageBand is Apple's new music editing program. It's a music mixing application that allows you to record songs on your Mac.

GarageBand has a nice variety of realistic-sounding musical instruments which can be played using a MIDI keyboard or guitar plugged into your Macintosh. You can then add effects, use amplifiers, and so much more.

If you don't know how to play any instruments, GarageBand also includes a wide variety of amazing-sounding loops for use in your songs. Not only are they nice for people who can't play any instruments, but they're nice if you're in a band and you want to hear how a song sounds but your drummer isn't there to play a drum track.

GarageBand lacks a few features that would make it a professional music creation title... the ability to change the tempo throughout the song instead of using just one for the whole song would be nice; but one could even run a small professional band on this program if they had to.

I can count the number of times I've completely crashed my Mac on one hand, but it did crash (not a kernel panic, just a crash) during the install. After a restart, all worked well again.

Another thing to note with this software title is that while it does work on *most* Macs, GarageBand and iDVD require a G4 or better, at *least* 256MB of RAM, and a DVD player to use the install DVD. Actually, you can install GarageBand on a 600MHz (or higher) Mac with a DVD drive, but you can't use software instruments then.

All in all, a nice package, and worth the price. ... Read more


23. M-AUDIO Propellerhead ReCycle 2.1 ( Windows XP / Mac OS X )

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Asin: B0002UXDRU
Catlog: Software
Sales Rank: 5340
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Features

  • True Windows XP Support
  • Multiple Undos
  • Full 24-Bit Resolution
  • Reason Adapted and Reload Included

24. Sibelius 3 Cross Platform - Educational Edition
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Asin: B0001WY5ZS
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Sibelius Software Ltd.
Sales Rank: 614
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Software for writing, playing, printing, and publishing music notation
  • Scan in printed music; high-quality sounds for playback
  • Saves time; elegant and intuitive; school feature sets
  • Publish music world-wide or create personal CDs and MP3s
  • Designed for students, educators, and professional composers

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best in the world
This software is absolutely the best out there.
It does notation, scanning and web publishing, and includes world class sounds and the ability to burn CDs. ... Read more


25. Sibelius Compass
list price: $159.99
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Asin: B0001XDYSQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Sibelius Software Ltd.
Sales Rank: 5855
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Features

  • Resources and activities to support composition classes
  • Designed for use by teachers and students
  • Use at the computer or create handouts and worksheets
  • Special IT activities that link to Sibelius or a sequencer
  • Hundreds of exercises; high school and college levels

26. Emedia Bass Method
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Asin: B000162ZQ0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: eMedia
Sales Rank: 2583
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Features

  • Features 114 step-by-step lessons by famous bass instructor John Arbo - follow along as he teaches you the basics
  • Begin learning about triads, fills, syncopation and other bass techniques
  • Create your own bass lines in no time at all
  • Over 200 songs and exercises help you improve your bass-playing
  • Play your favorite songs by the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan and other legends

27. Music Ace Starter
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Asin: B00018AUBU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Harmonic Vision
Sales Rank: 1278
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Features

  • Features 24 engaging lessons that introduce the basics of music theory
  • Covers lessons like pitch recognition, learning key signatures and basic ear training
  • Learn the single staff and Grand staff, sharps and flats, and much more
  • Compose your own original music using the innovative Music Doodle Pad

28. Band-in-a-Box Pro Version 11 (Mac)
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00008NJEN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: PG Music
Sales Rank: 2976
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Features

  • Write your own guitar solos on the Computer fretboard
  • Use chord progressions in four styles -Pop, Jazz, Country, or Folk
  • Live Harmonies lets you hear the harmony as it goes with the chord progression
  • Digital Audio Recording lets you hear your new creation
  • Use the built-in sequencer to record your melodies

29. Toast with Jam
list price: $199.00
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Asin: B000063EOZ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Roxio
Sales Rank: 4621
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Toast with Jam is a tasty software package indeed. Bundled with extras,at least three of which might be sold as standalone applications, Toast Platinum5.1 is the standard CD-burning tool for the Mac. Its Aqua-enhanced interfacemakes it the perfect companion for Mac OS X, and it works smoothly with OS 8.6and OS 9.

Toast Titanium's design is reminiscent of a funky '50s diner jukebox. The windowis resizable, with simple buttons specifying the type of CD you wish to burn.Pop a blank CD-R into your drive, drag your files into the window, hit that big,red glowing record button in the corner, and you're cooking. Toast supports allmajor CD formats, including MP3, Mac/ISO hybrid, and Video CD (playable on manyDVD players).

If the above were all there was to this package, we'd be satisfied and ready fora nap. But included here are Jam and Peak LE VST 3.0 (from Bias Inc.), for thosewho really want to tweak the data on their audio CDs, and Magic Mouse Discus,which lets you design great-looking labels.

Jam lets you create smoothly blended transitions between tracks with thecross-fade editor, and mark up to 49 index points within a track. The programsupports 16- or 24-bit Sound Designer II, AIFF, WAV, or MP3 files, making itextremely versatile. When you're finished tweaking, Jam creates a disk image forToast to burn.

Although it is easy and convenient to burn files directly from Toast, you willhave more control over audio files if you work first from Jam and then exportthe disk image to Toast. Even if you don't plan on creating any cross-fades orindex points, you can still listen to your entire disc and make volumeadjustments, as Jam gives direct control over the final gain for each track.This feature is very flexible. Clicking on the gain amount in the track detailbrings up a slider that lets you boost up to +12 dB or lower to -96 dB. You canalso adjust left and right channels independently of each other.

Peak LE VST 3.0 is a trimmed-down version of the Peak software from Bias Inc.,and it's a very cool and powerful tool. Peak is launched directly from Jam or onits own, and supports a dizzying array of file types, including many notsupported by Jam or Toast. These can, of course, be converted to aToast-friendly type. Although some features in this light version are disabled,you can still manipulate your audio in a number of ways, such as changing gain,normalizing, and adding DSP effects like Reverse and Invert. You can also createregions that Jam will import as tracks.

If you own a Mac and do a lot of CD burning, you want Toast with Jam. It's anextremely good value, and it's very fun to use. Best of all, taking fulladvantage of the features and extras in this package will lend your CDs asolidly professional quality. --John Bosch ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Jam sold on False Pretenses:beware!
The primary feature distinguishing Jam from Toast or from any of the other vanilla disk burners is its long-standing ability to meld professional split-stereo files into the track list, i.e. a left and right pair of mono files with .L and .R suffixes. This is the main reason that Jam existed, since it otherwise duplicates practically all the features of Toast. Roxio prominently advertises this feature, and provides directions for implementing it in their documentation. It simply does not work. I now see from a previous message posted here and dated last March that this is not an isolated incident. It is clear that for at least 9 months after this gentleman's review was posted that Roxio has not corrected the problem, nor corrected their claims for the product, nor have they posted any warnings on their site indicating that this key feature is not yet implemented. Instead they lead customers into purchasing the software on the basis of this feature, with total disregard for the responsibility to provide the actual product they advertise. This is called lying.
If it were a matter of a shipment that got out with a small problem that contradicted the manual that would be understandable. But to forgo amending their advertising or website or online manual going on close to a year now is unconscionable. Parlaying misinformation for that long is clearly negligent and deceptive practice.
I would recommend against buying this product, sheerly on principle. There are alternatives that do exactly what it does equally well, and these people don't deserve to be rewarded for bad behaviour. Unfortunately there is no other product that provides this missing feature, at least not in an OS-X compatible version.

1-0 out of 5 stars NO STARS FOR (BURNT) TOAST WITH JAM
BACKGROUND: I am a professional guitarist/composer (and an attorney). My various efforts have received favorable reviews from THE NEW YORK TIMES (among many other diverse sources).

I made the grave mistake of buying TOAST WITH JAM for mastering because Roxio touts it (on the box) as "Professional Audio CD Mastering" for the MAC. (I read somewhere that it is an äward winning program.)

FACTS: JAM FAILED TO PERFORM THE MOST BASIC FUNCTION OF SUCCESSFULLY PLACING A PROTOOLS LE SPLIT STEREO FILE IN THE TRACK LIST. I attempted to open up a ProTools LE split stereo file ready to be burned -- no tweaking necessary. It opened the left/right files up as two separate mono files in sequence contrary to the explicit directions on p. 19 of the JAM 5 manual. It would not combine the files to produce a stereo track as the manual said it would. Sighing, I closed the program.

ROXIO's RESPONCE: I immediately emailed Roxio; Roxio "help" said that this was a "KNOWN ISSUE" requiring an upload to correct the defect. Problem is they don't have one available for my problem ....but....they said that they're working on it.

The program is useless for my purposes.

Richard Rabatin

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy as 1, 2, 3!!!!!
This product is almost universally compatible!! The window is resizable, with simple buttons specifying the type of CD you wish to burn. Click audio, data, copy, or other, and the button turns blue. Pop a blank CD-R into your drive, drag your files into the window, hit that big red glowing record button in the corner, and you're cooking. What a simple way to burn CD's.... even off your PC!

5-0 out of 5 stars Toast with Jam
With good reason, Roxio's Toast is probably the best selling CD and DVD Macintosh burning software in the world. Roxio has always been miles ahead of their competition and it looks like they just raised the bar again. Their latest release, Toast with Jam, adds even more functionality to their already powerful product.

Toast Titanium already featured the ability to burn photo, video, music and data to CD and DVD. The new version includes pro audio features that will allow users to edit, arrange, and burn a gold master CD of their recorded music. Also music lovers will find an updated, more flexible cross-fade tool using a graphical waveform interface, a dithering feature that corrects for distortion, which can occur during audio file conversion, and new support for audio files with resolutions up to 24 bits. A robust online help system is new to the product as well.

And when it couldn't get any better, Toast with Jam also includes a version of the popular audio program Peak LE from BIAS. Audio professionals and music lovers will find Toast with Jam an absolute must have. Plus it has a cute name.

Toast with Jam is built for Mac® OS X and also supports Mac® OS 9 users. ... Read more


30. Logic Pro 6
list price: $999.99
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Asin: B0001FYRQ2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 6145
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Features

  • Comprehensive set of music creation tools
  • Combines composition, notation, and audio production facilities
  • Total-recall mixing and automation; plug-in processing
  • Hundreds of customizable key commands
  • Ideal for film, TV, and video post-production facilities

31. Auralia 2 for Macintosh

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Asin: B0001XDVV6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Sibelius Software Ltd.
Sales Rank: 5117
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Features

  • Comprehensive software for ear training and aural tests
  • Hundreds of interactive lessons in 26 topic areas
  • Provides instant feedback; monitors student progress
  • Play or sing answers using a MIDI keyboard or microphone
  • Saves hours of preparation time; suitable for all ages and levels

32. MediaEdit Pro (Mac)
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B0000DG7FI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: macXware
Sales Rank: 2532
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • A premier movie and graphic editing tool for adding stunning effects and transitions
  • Edit movies, audio, and images with ease; paint directly on video with familiar painting tools
  • Over 100 transitions and tons of cool effects and filters
  • Import and export with any digital video camera
  • Easy enough for beginners, robust enough for pros; QuickTime compatible

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5-0 out of 5 stars Powerful Video Editing
Reviewing a program like Media Edit Pro is a tough slog. Not because of any shortcomings of the program but because it was completely different from what I expected. Perhaps a brief description of the review process is in order. What I review is stuff that interests me, and I'm interested in Movies. So when I saw a press release for Media Edit Pro I thought "Hey, Here's a movie editor more robust than iMovie but cheaper than Final Cut Express, that's something I'd like to try." A couple of e-mails later and I had a copy. I installed Media Edit Pro (which is growing tiresome to type so I'll truncate the title to MEP in future references) with no problems. then I downloaded and installed the update. Still a problem free experience. Found some footage to play with and fired up the program to give MEP it's first test run. Big Problem.

The problem wasn't with the program, it just wasn't what I was expecting. I expected a simple but more robust movie editing program, I was wrong. The program is called Media Edit Pro for a reason and the reason is that MEP is not just a movie editing program (one assumes the author put more thought in the title than I did when I read it) but a full fledged media editing program (hence the text). That means pretty much any media you care to mess with. I only care to mess with video stuff so I'm sticking to the video side, but from the little I know about audio and stills it seems that MEP would be quite capable in that department. Let's hit the easy stufff right now, MEP includes plenty of effects and transitions and you do have complete titling control. But there's more to MEP than being just a beefier copy of iMovie, much more.

Say you want to pull off the effect from the beginning of Saving Private Ryan/ Gladiator. You remember that extra violent fog-o-war feeling. You can't do it with iMovie, it's just not possible out of the box. It's no big trick with MEP. To be honest there's not a lot you can't do to video footage with MEP. You can do titles any way you wish, move the audio around, add a single frame or a thousand, paint. Paint? Did I say paint, let's look back... It appears I did say paint. Well that's okay because you can paint directly on your video using the painting tools. It's a more useful feature than you might think.This might have you wondering "If I can paint, does this mean I can apply other image editing techniques to my movie?" Wonder no longer, the answer is yes. You want to mask the video? No problem. You want to apply an effect to just a region of the movie (you know a specific selected area)? Again no problem. Think of it, you can add cool effects to just, say, half the visible video. People familiar with imaging editing programs will be able to go nutso crazy with the included tools and mere mortals like I can still have a pants load of fun.

How powerful is MEP? I don't know. I know it can handle anything I can throw at it but I only have limited video editing experience. Could a super slick director take MEP to it's limits? I would bet the answer is yes. At least I think they could, you see MEP also includes brush editor to make your own brushes. These aren't just static brushes, these are special cool movie brushes. Even more intriguingly MEP includes something called RBscript. This is well beyond my ability to use but I suspect that in the right hands it could be a very powerful tool. With the ability to script stuff I conclude that MEP is limited more by the user than the program.

The last question to ponder: what do I give up if I ditch iMove and start using MEP? Well, MEP does everything iMovie does as well as plenty of other neat stuff I haven't mentioned (for example: you can set the dimensions of the movie). MEP offers a great deal of creative control and for those of you who don't want to shell for Final Cut Express but need more than iMovie this is the best alternative I've run across. MEP is very powerful, very original and very very cool. In addition to all the aforementioned goodness MEP includes a printed manual (becoming a rarity, but helpful with a program as original as MEP) and a very cool sticker.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use! Nothing I've ever seen
This software is the greatest. I can edit frame by frame or edit entire movies. I love the paint on movie feature--great for rotoscoping! Like I said before, it is nothing I've seen before. ... Read more


33. E-Jay Mix (Mac)

our price: $37.99
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Asin: B00011CRS6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Feral Interactive
Sales Rank: 5088
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Features

  • Perform live Techno scratching as your mix grooves
  • It works and sounds just like the real thing, only you control it in real time with the Mouse
  • Create Professional sounding Techno mixes by dragging Audio loops, samples and sound effects into the 8-track sequencer
  • Includes over 3,000 professionally recorded audio samples to get you started
  • Create your own audio samples in the Digital Recording studio, then add them to your mixes

34. HERCULES DJ Console - Portable DJ controller for Macintosh
list price: $295.00
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Asin: B00064SZH0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hercules
Sales Rank: 69686
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Product Description

DJ Console: A unique portable USB MP3/CD mixing controller! What if a company could bring the tactile aspect of vinyl DJing to the digital world?DJ Consoleis a revolutionary portable multichannel USB DJ controller for desktop/laptop Macs with no match in the worldwide market. This groundbreaking new MP3/CD interface gives DJs a great sense of control, providing the ultimate mixing experience with endless creative possibilities - opening up the field of DJing to a huge new audience. There?s never been such a powerful and complete DJ tool available with this ease of use. DJ Consoleis perfect for digital DJs and music fans right across the board: Aspiring or amateur home DJs can create their own real-time live music mixes and compilations with pro audio quality right on their desktop/laptop, perfecting their skills faster than with vinyl.MP3/digital music fans can enjoy smooth background music with professional-quality sound. MP3s have never sounded this good!Club DJs, FM/Internet radio DJs and DJs on a budget can now prepare their mixes faster and easier than ever before, going beyond the limitations of conventional turntables with additional features like looping, cueing, search functions and more. Users can access tens of thousands of their favorite digital tracks and find any title in seconds with no need to lug around hundreds of CDs or LPs.Fun, easy and ergonomic mixing/scratching dual tactile unit.DJs can now instantly locate, play, mix... ... Read more

Features

  • Package contents - DJ Console Mac + cover + shoulder strap, USB cable, 1 Installation CD-ROM with Traktor DJ Studio, Hercules DJ Console Edition, Printed installation guide + online manual for Traktor DJ Console Edition.
  • Mix, scratch and manipulate music in real time - AIFF, WAV, CD-audio, MP3 and MP4/AAC
  • Solid design with phosphorescent keys perfect for use under low-light conditions at parties
  • Tactile controls for vastly superior DJ mixing than with a computer keyboard
  • Powered through USB connector port - No external power needed

35. Teach Yourself to Play Guitar Deluxe
list price: $29.99
our price: $22.99
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Asin: B00018AUB0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Alfred Publishing
Sales Rank: 2478
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Features

  • Beginners of all ages will learn the essentials of the guitar, and begin playing in no time
  • Easy-to-follow lessons introduce reading guitar tablatures
  • Learn all the chords and scales, and some cool licks for acoustic or electric guitars
  • Several different types of guitar playing are introduced, from country picking to Spanish flamenco
  • Multiple exercises reinforce skills, as you play along with the on-screen lessons

36. Logic Express 7 Upgrade from Logic Express 6
list price: $99.99
our price: $87.99
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Asin: B00066M0UG
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 2112
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37. Instant Play Guitar Deluxe (6 CD Set)
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00032IYDU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Topics Entertainment
Sales Rank: 1152
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38. Dragon Burn 4.0 (Mac)

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Asin: B0006VGZD4
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Newtech Infosystems
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Features

  • MP3 Files from CDDA, AIFF, or WAVE files to create MP3 CDs
  • Fully supports ISO 9660 MS-DOS and Joliet, HFS (Mac OS) and HFS+ (Mac OS Extended) file systems
  • Users can burn layouts to a disc or save them as a complete disc image file
  • Automatic Smart Decision selects the best writing method for specific layout, interface, drive and media
  • Supports track-at-once, session-at-once, disc-at-once writing

39. iLife 1.1
list price: $49.00
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Asin: B0000A2I0D
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 3343
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Create your own music mixes with iTunes 4 -- the powerful software for instant access to a world of music
  • iPhoto 2 turns your ordinary pictures into great works of art -- correct color, remove blemishes and add music to your homemade photo albums
  • iMovie 3 lets you add 8 powerful new video effects and 35 new titles -- pan and zoom with still photos for more impressive home movies
  • iDVD 3 makes it possible to create fantastic-looking DVDs at home, complete with stunning Hollywood-style DVD menus, plus 24 new themes and chapters
  • Apple SuperDrive required for iDVD

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Old version!
iLife '04 has replaced this product. Do not order iLife 1.1, order iLife '04.

5-0 out of 5 stars The most fun I've had with a computer in 2 years
Truly, what this makes easy is amazing. Photo albums and do-it-yourself coffee table books, movies, DVDs, music and more.

If you have any older i-___ apps, upgrade now to iLife. It fixes bugs and problems that formerly required work arounds...like now you can adjust the volume in movie tracks...it's elegant and so useful.

But the big advance in iLife is that it the formerly disparate media types now all work together. Laying music tracks into my home movies is a snap. The Ken Burns effect puts photos into movies with style and beauty. Then it all flows into iDVD.

We have friends who hire a computer maven to manage and edit their photos and camcorder video. I just gave them a photo book I made in iPhoto of the wife's 50th birthday party. It earned her thanks and praise. And her computer guru had never seen something so nice. It was easy and fun.

OK, it has some bugs and hangs occassionally...but crashes have never lost any of my data. Just force quit and restart the app and you're rolling again.

But it makes it easy and fun for us non-techies to make beautiful results.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not even Microsoft has stooped this low!
I am a film student trying to get some work done and what do I discover? Those lovely, FREE updates to iTunes, iPhoto and iMovie (included in this software) make it so that if you want to export from iMovie to iDVD, you have to upgrade iDVD. Now guess what the only way you can accomplish that is! By buying this software package. So, you get to spend your fifty bucks on one piece of software and the upgrades for the other 3 that are available for FREE from Apple. So basically, they screw you into buying iLife to complete the upgrade. Seriously, Microsoft isn't so underhanded!!! Shame on you, Apple!!! ... Read more


40. SmartMusic Studio
list price: $119.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B00008YJLX
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MakeMusic!
Sales Rank: 2593
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Features

  • The unique Intelligent Accompaniment tools listens to musicians as they sing or play, and follows their spontaneous tempo changes
  • With this type of computer accompaniment, you'll improve on issues like being in tune, keeping time, learning to listen and more
  • Over 20,000 fun accompaniments to make teaching & learning music efficient, productive and enjoyable
  • Different exercises for practicing scales, intervals, arpeggios and twisters
  • Create a loop that repeats those difficult passages over & over, until you get it right

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