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81. POWERFX SYSTEMS Apple Loops: Studio
$159.00
82. M-AUDIO ArKaos VJ 3.0 Music Video
$49.99
83. Roxio Boom Box - Essential Software
84. Adobe After Effects 4.1 Production
$999.99
85. Adobe After Effects 5.5 Production
$69.95 $64.95 list($69.99)
86. Sibelius Notes
$49.99
87. Instant Play Piano Deluxe (5 CD
list($119.00)
88. MovieWorks Deluxe 5.2
$179.99 list($132.96)
89. Serious Magic Web Visual Communicator
$309.99 $249.99 list()
90. SoundEdit 16 2.0
$171.00
91. EMEDIA eMedia Intermediate Guitar
list($599.99)
92. Finale 2003 (Mac)
93. Final Cut Pro 2.0 Upgrade
$229.00 list($499.95)
94. Reason 3 - Academic Edition
$21.88
95. GRIFFIN TECHNOLOGY GarageBand
$19.95
96. How to Convert Records and Tapes
$9.99 list($21.99)
97. iMovie 2
$19.95
98. How to Convert Records and Tapes
$1,579.95 list($2,099.99)
99. Waves Native Platinum Bundle (Macintosh
$359.00 list($795.00)
100. Digital Performer 4.5 Academic

81. POWERFX SYSTEMS Apple Loops: Studio Percussion ( Macintosh )

Asin: B0002HNL4S
Catlog: Software
Sales Rank: 11162
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Features

  • Preformatted for use with Apple Loops, making composition and scoring easier than ever
  • Specially optimized for use with Apple's Soundtrack and GarageBand applications

82. M-AUDIO ArKaos VJ 3.0 Music Video Creator

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Asin: B00008VGRZ
Catlog: Software
Sales Rank: 5863
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Features

  • Animation syncs automatically to MIDI Time Clock or to audio via advanced beat-matching technology
  • Program shows in advance, jam live, or let ArKaos VJ generate the whole visual show
  • Import QuickTime movies, flash animations, live video & still images
  • Drag-and-drop images & special effects onto keys of virtual computer and/or MIDI keyboards
  • Double-click any assigned image or effect to customize parameters

83. Roxio Boom Box - Essential Software for your iPod (Mac)
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0009JQRQS
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Roxio
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Features

  • iSpeak It to create your own audio books from documents, news feeds or web location.
  • CD Spin Doctor to listen to your classic LPs and tapes on your iPod.
  • Audio Hijack to capture Internet radio programs and other audio for your iTunes library.
  • iPodderX to subscribe to podcast audio blogs from thousands of broadcasters.
  • MusicMagic Mixer to automatically generate perfect playlists from the songs in your iTunes library.

84. Adobe After Effects 4.1 Production Bundle

Asin: B00003GPCL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 8607
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

After Effects 4 was a tremendous leap from the aging previous edition, and version 4.1 again raises the bar. Building on improvements made in 4--a faster render engine, a streamlined interface, real-time RAM preview, and multiple masks per layer--4.1 boasts it's own strong additions.

Key features--such as saving RAM previews, composition, project-tree navigation windows, and even effects settings--make this version a solid package and a worthwhile upgrade.

If you've watched any major cable network, a recent feature film, or a corporate presentation, you've probably seen After Effects at work. Used for layering, compositing, and animating of elements like video footage, Photoshop files, and Illustrator files, After Effects is the heart of motion graphics for video and multimedia.

It can also be used for animation ("Bluue's Clues" is made using it) and special effects, and by mixing and matching the wide variety of effects and filters that are included, one can make an endless variety of backgrounds, visual effects, and animated textures.

The biggest drawback to After Effects is the time it takes to render footage. This can vary from just a few minutes to hours and hours--even days--depending on the output resolution and the amount of layering and effects being calculated. In light of this, After Effects 4.1 now has an unlimited-license network render module. You can now have all available computers rendering away on the same job, churning out frames. The performance of this feature is dependent on the speed of the network--but we wouldn't try this on anything less than fast Ethernet (100baseT).

After Effects remains a flexible and important tool for any animator or digital video artist, whether the method of delivery is video, film, the Web, or CD-ROM. --Mike Caputo ... Read more

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars The Gold Standard For Desktop Video Manipulation
The amount of thought that has gone into After-Effects is astounding. It is, at once, both easily grasped and deeply potent--a difficult poise to achieve with any invention.

The user-model is thorough and obviously has been arrived at through meticulous research and user-testing amongst professionals engaged in real-world post-production situations. The feature set is balanced and the user-interface metaphors finely tailored to the art of multi-layered, concurrent, motion-image production. Be it expressive motion graphics for a corporate video, undetectable compositing for broadcast, or sublime title sequences for feature films, in caring hands there is little in the video arts that cannot be achieved with After-Effects.

Alas, there are some shortcomings, one is that the color-space model is limited to 8-bit color (rather than the 16-bit that feature film work often demands). Another is the really unfortunate lack of 3D space (which means that objects can not be translated, or "moved," along the Z-axis but instead must be scaled to simulate this important element of composition--a poor substitute). Finally, some sort of, even rudimentary, content-management system would be very welcome, especially in work where many files are involved. I would pay another $1000 extra for the addition of these three things (heck, I might pay that just for the addition of 3D space alone).

These few deficiencies aside, After-Effects really stands out there on its own, and anyone engaged in serious desktop video owes it to themselves to add it to their bag of tricks. ... Read more


85. Adobe After Effects 5.5 Production Bundle Upgrade from 5.0 Standard
list price: $999.99
our price: $999.99
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Asin: B00005UMC2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 12725
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Amazon.com Product Description

Adobe After Effects 5.5 delivers a comprehensive set of tools to efficiently produce motion graphics and visual effects for film, video, multimedia, and the Web. This Production Bundle contains all the tools in the Standard version plus 16-bit color support, vector paint capabilities, network rendering, and additional keying, motion control, visual effects, 3-D channel, and audio tools. It also includes the Zaxwerks 3D Invigorator Classic, a plug-in designed to help easily produce broadcast and film-quality 3-D graphics. After Effects offers a high level of integration with Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator to produce professional results. And now get native support for Mac OS X.

After Effects 5.5 features increased control over lighting properties, allowing users to cast colored shadows or simulate the effects of stained glass. Create spotlights that cast light in the shape of stars or logos. After Effects 5.5 also includes eight new effects, giving you more than 90 effects to use alone or in combination to produce looks that are tailored for any project. And now you can apply effects more efficiently and organize them however you like with the new effects palette. Just drag and drop effects from the palette and arrange them using customized folders or list them alphabetically.

After Effects 5.5 offers more import and output options. Create RealMedia streaming or Web download files that support RealVideo, RealAudio, and RealVideo with audio. Get support for work in 16-bit-per-channel formats such as Maya IFF, QuickTime, RPF, and SGI files. Import Macromedia Flash files and MPEG-1 files to use in your compositions. Cross-media delivery of high-quality digital content with After Effects has never been easier or more flexible.

Note: This is an upgrade to the Production Bundle for Standard version owners. ... Read more


86. Sibelius Notes
list price: $69.99
our price: $69.95
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Asin: B0001WY5ZI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Sibelius Software Ltd.
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87. Instant Play Piano Deluxe (5 CD Set)
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00032IYE4
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Topics Entertainment
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88. MovieWorks Deluxe 5.2
list price: $119.00
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Asin: B00005YVLP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: InteractiveSolution
Sales Rank: 8723
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

MovieWorks Deluxe belies its name and isn't an actual movie editor, but the program does allow you to create everything from animated presentations to video albums and slide shows complete with audio. MovieWorks bills itself as a combination of five "lite" versions of a professional presentation tool and video, animation, sound, and image editors. That paints an accurate picture for this suite of multimedia tools--with the MovieWorks application as the foundation, the various editors are automatically opened when needed, and their creations imported into the overall presentation.

While the editing applications are indeed "lite," with only basic, yet still quite functional, tools available, it takes a bit of experience to get a handle on them. Fortunately, a tutorial manual ships with MovieWorks Deluxe that walks you through the process of creating movies, animation, slide shows, and even a VR movie. After some hands-on use, it becomes extremely easy to import video clips and images into a MovieWorks presentation right where you want them. For the most part, you simply drag and drop the media files you wish to insert, and they'll be appropriately incorporated into a scene.

Depending on the size of your presentation and the bells and whistles you opt to include, you can create an entire presentation in 15 minutes. After you create an individual scene (comprised of video clips, images, text, etc.), you can link it to other scenes in the overall presentation via the auto sequencing function. You can easily move back and forth between the scenes to edit them or add additional media objects.

Other useful features include the ability to add buttons for playing, stopping, or rewinding a presentation, as well as a dozen types of scene transitions and path-based animation. MovieWorks even includes a video-capture tool to record movie files to your system if you've got the necessary hardware.

After you've created your project, you can export it to a Web page or save it as a QuickTime or AVI video file. Because MovieWorks uses QuickTime compression technology, the project sizes end up being quite manageable--small enough to e-mail, in most cases. A free player for both Mac and Windows is available, allowing you to share your project with recipients who don't have MovieWorks. You can also burn your project to a Video CD (which can play in many home DVD players) or an auto load CD-ROM, although you'll need a separate application to handle the burn process.

With both Mac and Windows versions available, and an affordable retail price, MovieWorks Deluxe offers mainstream users a great deal on powerful presentation and basic editing tools. --J. Curtis ... Read more

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Software worth having
This software offers a consumer/prosumer user the advanced features of Premiere and Final Cut Pro with a great price. You can do things with this software that you can't do with iMovie 2.
It is a must have for anybody who wants to get more from their Mac.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good software for Basic users
If you are tired of iMovie and don't have the bottomless bit of money for Final Cut Pro, this is a good alternative. With a simple user interface, but an expansive feature list, it's a solid program, that is only enchanced by the incredible power of a mac. I would recommend this for any user regardless of their money or equipment situation. ... Read more


89. Serious Magic Web Visual Communicator 2.0
list price: $132.96
our price: $179.99
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Asin: B000787G6Q
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Serious Magic
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Product Description

Visual Communicator 2 Web creates newscast-style video presentations that can be delivered via email or on the Web. ... Read more


90. SoundEdit 16 2.0

our price: $309.99
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Asin: B00002S82Z
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
Sales Rank: 4290
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

SoundEdit 16 is a solid, efficient multitrack audio editingpackage that can help enrich any audio-video project, be itvideo, CD-ROM, or something delivered over the Web. It features a suite of filtersand effects for altering, sweetening, and otherwise manipulatingtracks; it can import and export most audio formats; and it can create multitrack-track sound files.

An especially nice feature is how wellSoundEdit integrates with QuickTime. SoundEdit can open a QuickTimemovie and fully control the audio tracks (number of tracks,synchronization, mixes, etc.). It also displays a series of thumbnailimages (a filmstrip) of the video along the top of the track editor,which can be scaled up to a frame-by-frame view when absolutesynchronization is essential. This movie with a new or newly enhancedtrack is then saved to disk without recompression of the videotrack.

As an added bonus, the SoundEdit 16 CD features a library ofover 300 royalty-free sound effects, each recorded at CD quality (16bit/44 KHz). Categories include "industrial," "buttons/switches," "liquids/gases," and "impacts"--there are 22 categories inall.

SoundEdit is an ideal application to accompany new mediaproduction tools like Macromedia Flash, Director, or any of the videoediting packages, but it is not without some flaws. For one, thisversion is showing its age. It would be nice to see SoundEdit updatedto work with MP3 files, and to modernize the interface to takeadvantage of the Mac's new enhanced file open/save dialogboxes.

SoundEdit 16 fills an important niche in the toolbox of themultimedia content developer, and anyone looking to do serious soundwork should consider it. --Mike Caputo ... Read more

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Works well with MacOS 7.0
If you buy this product it's because you didn't research anything else. If you want to edit audio final cut can do a better job than sound edit. If you want MIDI than get Performer or emagic logic for between 3 bill and a 1000$.
sound edit is antiquated and has very limited function.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not too special!
There is no advantage to paying so much to buy this instead of a Sonic Foundry sound editor(which costs fractions less). My personal opinion would be to pick up a copy of WaveLab. It is sufficient for dealing with common file formats as well as on-the-fly editing of loops/samples for DJ's. ... Read more


91. EMEDIA eMedia Intermediate Guitar Method ( Windows/Macintosh )

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Asin: B000162ZP6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Emedia
Sales Rank: 8381
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Features

  • Features a complete learning system for better guitar skills -- over 175 lessons in all
  • Full-motion video and high-quality sound as you watch expert guitarists play hit songs
  • New scale directory and varibale speed MIDI tracks - adjust the speed of the music and loop certain sections for repetitive replay
  • Lessons are divided into six categories, covering the basics in-depth -learn about left-handed playing, strumming styles, scales and fingerstyles
  • Read standard musical notation or tablature

92. Finale 2003 (Mac)
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B000051XP3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MakeMusic!
Sales Rank: 6330
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Select instruments, voices, key and time signatures and the score is set-up automatically
  • Choose from all kinds of graphic enhancements and backgrounds -- over 1700 graphic improvements included
  • Save your custom settings as a library, to apply them to any composition, any time
  • New formats make system and staff sizes easier to identify
  • Correct transposed instrument recognition, secondary voice recognition - counterpoint, and up to 32nd note resolution

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Simply the best - but not so simple...
Finale and I go back a long, long way. How long? Let's just say that after working with several other music sequencing and notation programs I got the opportunity to try it out at a friend's studio. It was the mid-80's, Reagan was President and I think the version was 2.2 or 2.3. Later on it was the 90's and Finale 2.6.3. Now Coda doesn't go by version numbers anymore but by date; apparently its marketing department's objective is to have users pay the upgrade price every year. Sometimes it's not worth it to upgrade; sometimes it is. Depends on how critical your music work is to your livelihood and, more importantly, how well Finale meshes with your MIDI gear, computer setup and operating system.

Doing most music writing in Finale is simple. There's a setup Wizard which asks about the piece's title, composer, lyricist, page layout, instruments/vocals, etc. Once you get to the blank page itself there's several ways to get the notes onto it. There's Simple Entry (click them in with your mouse, or use Finale's keyboard commands). If you have a musical instrument connected to your computer via a MIDI connection you can use Speedy Entry (hit the note, press a number for the rhythm, the note pops up on the screen). The improvisational and the adventurous can try the Transcription tool; although, like most things in Finale, you have to go through a lot of set-up dialogs to get it to work just right. Same for importing a MIDI file.

Needless to say there's a lot to do with the notes once they have been put in. Lyrics, articulations, dynamics, tempo, and other music expressions can also be easily inserted. There's Mass Mover, which is sort of a "page layout" tool for notes and measures. A Resize Tool if you want a reduced score or extra-large music print. And the Staff Tool has a similar function related to, you guessed it, staff spacing and such. And the Page Layout tool (although you had better check your Mac's "Page Setup" before you try to print, just to make sure it matches your piece's page settings in Finale). In fact, Finale has so many tools that sometimes it's hard to keep them all straight. Unlike other notation programs, you can't just grab a note or a page number or a title onscreen and move it. Noooo-- you HAVE to go to a TOOL first! (Sorry to rant, but this is my main disagreement with Finale's user interface.) As a result, a lot of time in this program is spent switching between tools. And compared to other notation software, which have maybe four or five "palettes" with note/rest values, accidentals, word/lyrics input, etc., laid out on the screen, Finale offers a grand total of 30 different tools! There's even a "Special Tools" tool, for custom note tweaking. And there are also Metatools (Finale-speak for keyboard macros) and various Plug-Ins, to add to the complexity.

Don't get me wrong. I love working with Finale. It suits my notational needs about 99% of the time. And the music looks great streaming out of my laser printer. But sometimes it's a love/hate relationship. Let me explain.

Recently I received an email from a conductor. I had notated a vocal/orchestral score for him some years back, and now he wanted a piano reduction for his choirmaster and accompanist. He though he had done one but couldn't find it anywhere. Where was the score? Not on my Mac G3 (my present computer). Nor on the Mac PPC that I used before that. I finally found it, tucked away on my old Mac SE/30. Finale 2002, bless its digital heart, imported that huge Finale 2.6.3 file intact, with only a few very minor glitches.

Now for the piano reduction. "Aha, there's a Piano Reduction plug-in," I thought, gleefully clicking a couple of measures, only to find that doing that mashed notes and rhythms together into an unrecognizable blob. Good thing I didn't try it on the entire score! After some fumbling around I did find the proper tool (Implode Music) and, yes, I did have to go hunt down its Quantization settings, which I think were buried somewhere in the depths of the Transcription Tool. One does this a LOT in Finale: It seems that, while the simplest music tasks are easy, navigating through multiple menus and endless dialog boxes is necessary to get anything important done. It's like going through your crazy old uncle's dusty, disorganized toolshed to find a Phillips screwdriver.

I don't blame Finale for the lousy plug-in. I do fault it for its lack of a decent user interface. Yes, I know it has been getting better in that department; thanks to the efforts of its programmers Finale is a lot more user-friendly than it used to be. And they have added a PDF manual, online and "Quick" help, which is a bit confusing but a definite step up from the famously unhelpful Index to the earlier versions' three-volume hardcopy manual. But at the same time this accumulation of libraries, plug-ins, video help and other "feature creep" has resulted in this fine notation program morphing into a big, bloated memory hog.

Another issue is the lack of support for Mac OS X. According to their tech department, Finale 2003 will run in OS X - but only in "Classic" mode, which is like OS 9. In fact, the tech sheet recommends booting your computer in OS 9 in order to get optimal MIDI performance. That's a big reason I haven't upgraded to Finale 2003 yet.... ... Read more


93. Final Cut Pro 2.0 Upgrade

Asin: B00005J6QK
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 9161
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Amazon.com Review

Back in 1999, Apple introduced its desktop video production program that would soon change the way filmmakers thought about video. So much has been said about digital video and making home movies on your computer, it's easy to forget that just over two years ago the options were limited. Professional-quality systems were prohibitively expensive, while consumer software was often awkward, unstable, limited, or frankly, not very fun. Final Cut Pro put an end to that, at least for Macintosh users. Sure, version 1.0 had some unpleasant quirks common with initial versions of software. But its pleasing design, simplicity, and solid integration of tools assured users they were working with something special.

Final Cut Pro 2.0, the long-awaited upgrade, adds several key enhancements, while the same QuickTime-based architecture and concepts from 1.0 remain intact. Improvements in FCP 2.0 include the new Media Manager, which is great for copying clips into a new project and deleting unused portions of clips. FCP 2.0 offers better support for Adobe AfterEffects plug-ins, 24 fps (frames per second) editing for film compatibility, and OMF export to pro audio mixing tools like Pro Tools. Add a PCI-based RTMac effects card, and motion effects can be viewed without rendering via QuickTime.

Control of FireWire-based DV (digital video) cameras is a snap. Final Cut will look for devices at startup. From the application you can shuttle your footage to precise locations and capture video and/or audio to a selected hard drive, and log your clips with reel number, description, scene number, and notes. Final Cut Pro 2.0 uses standard source, record, timeline, and bin windows. These are referred to as the viewer, canvas, timeline/sequence, and browser. Simply import your digitized video clips into the browser. Double-click the clip and it pops into the viewer. From here, you can easily set in-and-out points, create filters, and add motion effects in the viewer, then drag the manipulated clip into the timeline.

Apple claims processing power of Final Cut Pro has increased by 30 percent or more. In our test-run of Final Cut Pro 2.0 on a 350 MHz G4, we did notice a performance boost over 1.0 in terms of speed. We chose to build a quick, rough documentary-style edit. Using footage of a street demonstration, we quickly laid out short segments directly from the browser to the timeline. In the timeline we trimmed each clip by dragging its edges (a little window pops up indicating the new clip length as it's trimmed), and made some minor-level adjustments in the audio.

Final Cut allows you to open multiple sequences in one project (as well as have multiple projects open at once), unlike other programs. This is a great feature for building and fine-tuning individual segments or scenes and merging them later. For our street demonstration video, we created four segments of thematically related footage, simply clicking on the tabs (Sequence 1, Sequence 2, etc.) in the timeline to move effortlessly back and forth between the sequences. These window tabs reduce desktop clutter and streamline accessibility to the features of the program. Clicking the Effects tab in the browser window brought up the list of over 75 effects and transitions. By dragging the Dissolve icon between clips we easily added smooth transitions to our segments.

We have, of course, only scratched the surface of what Final Cut Pro 2.0 is capable of. Anyone working seriously with video on a Macintosh should consider Final Cut Pro. For the price, it's the best application you can get. It rivals systems that cost 5 to 10 times as much, and has quite simply revolutionized the desktop video medium by giving consumers and industry professionals access to the same technology. --John Bosch ... Read more


94. Reason 3 - Academic Edition
list price: $499.95
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Asin: B00094CWF8
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Propellerhead
Sales Rank: 3722
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Product Description

Synthesizers, samplers, drum machine, ReCycle-based loop player, mixer, effects, pattern sequencer and more. As many of each as your computer can handle. Reason is an infinitely expandable music workstation on a CD-ROM, complete with its own realtime sequencer. Reason 3, the latest version of Propellerhead's award winning music production instrument, is now shipping. Synthesizers, samplers, drum machine, REX file loop player, professional mastering tools, mixer, vocoder, world class effects, pattern sequencer and more. As many of each as your computer can handle. Reason is an infinitely expandable music workstation on a CD-ROM, complete with its own realtime sequencer. Reason 3.0 is a virtual studio rack with all the tools and instruments you need to turn your ideas into music. - - New version 3 includes The Combinator (Save sounds and patterns as a combination)- the M Class Mastering Suite with EQ, Compression, Maximizer, a new line mixer, and a hugely expanded sound bank. Questions? Call us toll-free at 877-687-4270 or send us an email! ... Read more

Features

  • College Students, Teachers & Religious organization music leaders qualify for lower priced academic edition.
  • No Difference in software between retail and academic edition
  • You must provide verification of academic status
  • Please note: Current demand for AC version may add up to 10 days before shipping.
  • Academic edition can only be sold to customers in the US.

95. GRIFFIN TECHNOLOGY GarageBand Guitar Cable 3101-GTR

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Asin: B0002VRP8C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Griffin Technology
Sales Rank: 7230
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Features

  • Works with GarageBand software found in Apple iLife 2004 (sold separately)

96. How to Convert Records and Tapes to CD - DVD

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Asin: B000688KEE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Blaze Audio
Sales Rank: 6380
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Product Description

Do you have valued records and tapes that you would like to preserve? Converting them to CDs is easy and inexpensive- if you know how! We have a solution. Director Alan Jeffries has created a video, based on Blaze Audio's excellent online tutorial on converting tapes and records into CDs, that gives full details and step by step instructions. It covers connections, proper recording, editing, removing pops and clicks, burning the final CD, and even adds sections on using the XP201 preamp and Maya EX. There is no easier way to learn how to preserve your precious LPs and tapes! Contents: Step 1: Making Connections Step 2: Using the XP201 Phono Preamp Step 3: Plugging Into the Soundcard Step 4: Setting Levels Step 5: Making the Recording Step 6: Splitting Into Separate Songs Step 7: Editing and Cleaning Up the Recording Step 8: Normalizing Volumes Step 9: Burning the CD. You can use the same techniques with any software and hardware that has equivalent capabilities. ... Read more

Features

  • Preserve your precious LPs and tapes!
  • Convert to CD &enjoy forever
  • Detailed step-by-step instructions
  • Covers connections, proper recording,& editing
  • Information on removing pops and clicks, & burning to CD

97. iMovie 2
list price: $21.99
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Asin: B0007SWOFE
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 1963
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Product Description

This is the hard-to-find Apple-original iMovie 2.0.3 CD which works with Mac OS 9.1. This item was only released as a bare CD without any manuals or packaging. ... Read more

Features

  • Create, Edit, and Playback movies!

98. How to Convert Records and Tapes to CD - VHS

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Asin: B000688KEO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Blaze Audio
Sales Rank: 5059
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Product Description

Do you have valued records and tapes that you would like to preserve? Converting them to CDs is easy and inexpensive- if you know how! We have a solution. Director Alan Jeffries has created a video, based on Blaze Audio's excellent online tutorial on converting tapes and records into CDs, that gives full details and step by step instructions. It covers connections, proper recording, editing, removing pops and clicks, burning the final CD, and even adds sections on using the XP201 preamp and Maya EX. There is no easier way to learn how to preserve your precious LPs and tapes! Contents: Step 1: Making Connections Step 2: Using the XP201 Phono Preamp Step 3: Plugging Into the Soundcard Step 4: Setting Levels Step 5: Making the Recording Step 6: Splitting Into Separate Songs Step 7: Editing and Cleaning Up the Recording Step 8: Normalizing Volumes Step 9: Burning the CD. You can use the same techniques with any software and hardware that has equivalent capabilities. ... Read more

Features

  • Preserve your precious LPs and tapes!
  • Convert to CD & enjoy forever
  • Detailed step-by-step instructions
  • Covers connections, proper recording,& editing
  • Information on removing pops and clicks, & burning to CD

99. Waves Native Platinum Bundle (Macintosh and Windows)
list price: $2,099.99
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Asin: B0002KQYUI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Waves
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Product Description

Professional, platinum quality audio/FX processing plugins. Mac and Windows. ... Read more


100. Digital Performer 4.5 Academic Edition
list price: $795.00
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Asin: B0009F65HI
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: MOTU
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Product Description

Digital Performer 4.5 (Latest Version) is an integrated MIDI and audio sequencer. For studio recording, film scoring, live performance, and remixing, Digital Performer is the choice of professionals worldwide. For studio production, film scoring, live performance, remixing, and more, Digital Performer provides an easy to understand workflow, with all the features you need for full audio and MIDI production. You get unlimited tracks, unlimited undo, support for surround sound, 64 bit mastering tools, sample-accurate editing of audio and MIDI, automatic tempo calculation for film scoring, and much more. ... Read more

Features

  • College Students, Teachers & Religious organization music leaders qualify for lower priced academic edition.
  • No Difference in software between retail and academic edition
  • You must provide verification of academic status
  • Digital Audio Midi Workstation Software
  • Support for Core Audio

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