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101. Dance 5 E-Jay
$39.99 $29.81
102. Screenblast Acid Loop Expander
103. PG MUSIC Band-in-a-Box 12 (Windows
$19.99 $16.91
104. Emedia Piano & Keyboard Basics
$21.99 list($39.99)
105. Screenblast Acid Loop Expander
$499.99 $388.99 list($599.99)
106. Finale 2004
$49.00 list($49.99)
107. PC Music Pack 2003
$19.95 $12.42
108. Learn to Play Vocals
109. BBE BBE Sonic Maximizer Plugin
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110. eMedia Smart Music 8.5 (PC &
$16.99 $16.95 list($19.99)
112. Music Write Starter Kit
113. BYTESIZE SOFTWARE Music Composer
114. WINGEAR Karaoke Deluxe 300 Pro
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115. InterVideo MediaONE
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117. M-AUDIO iZotope Ozone ( Windows/Macintosh
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118. Music Maker G6 Deluxe
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119. M-AUDIO iZotope Trash ( Windows/Macintosh
120. TASCAM Peter Ewers: Symphonic

101. Dance 5 E-Jay
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Asin: B00015T67M
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Digital Leisure Inc.
Sales Rank: 2080
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • New time stretching tools for more convenient sample support
  • Use the powerful new music director engine for real stereo samples
  • Choose from 5,000 cutting-edge samples
  • Powerful Chord Generator for creating background, chords and harmonic progressions in a click
  • Change the lengths of notes and set accents for your bass track, with the Hyper Generator

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Creation
This is the perfect software for anyone that likes to create Dance/Trance/Electronica type music. It is easy to use and allows room for more creation. Just pop in the CD and start creating your master mix. I'm very satisfied with this software and am also recommending Sounds 4 by Ejay and Techno by Ejay ... Read more

102. Screenblast Acid Loop Expander Pack 1
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Asin: B0000Y2XKG
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment
Sales Rank: 3595
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Neccessary Loops
As has been said before about Screenblast Acid 4.0, the loops that come with the software aren't all that useful. In order to make useful music with Screenblast Acid 4.0, you'll need to get more loops.

There are free sources that you can get loops from. My favorite is, which has 8 loops available weekly as well as a sample project file. But you really can't go deep into a certain style without a great many loops.

You could record your own, but you'll need a good sound card and Screenblast SoundForge or some other similar program in order to really make your loops sing. It also requires a great deal of patience and at least some talent.

That leaves buying loops as the neccessary step in the process. If you go to the sony web site, you will find a great many loop CDs available. The cost is approximatly $50 per CD, although there are usually a coupld available for less than $40.

Which brings us to this Expansion Pack. What's in it? Well, you'll find 3 CDs in the package. No manual. No documentation. Just 3 CDs full of loops.

The amount of data on each CD is less than buying a dedicated CD from Sony, but the cost is far less. Rather than 1 CD for $40 to $50, you get three for $30, only $10 each. Great deal.

The CDs are:

New York Dance I - 305 loops and one-shots totaling 273 MB. The CD also contains 3 sample projects giving at least some idea of what you can do with these resources.

Fast Breaks - 328 loops and one-shots totaling 228 MB. The CD also contains 2 sample projects giving at least some idea of what you can do with these resources.

Infinite Soul I - 301 loops and one-shots totaling 271 MB. The CD also contains 8 short 2 or so measure rhythm patterns which use 4 to 10 loops. By studying these "groove templates" you can see how to build up an interesting rhythm pattern.

If you want to work with any of these styles of music, you need to get this CD. While there is more data in a single dedicated CD from Sony, you will save a great deal of money buying this package, and you'll be able to create at least some good music.

Enjoy. ... Read more

103. PG MUSIC Band-in-a-Box 12 (Windows PC)

Asin: B0000E2DWB
Catlog: Software
Publisher: PG Music
Sales Rank: 12188
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  • Just type in the chords you want to play, using standard chord symbols, and choose the musical style you want -- the software does the rest
  • Choose from 128 different instruments to add to your musical composition -- everything from mandolin to ukelele
  • Authentic chord voicings and melody displays on the Guitar Windows's built-in fretboard
  • New bass fretboard shows bassists tablatures and correctly displays bass parts
  • Different and more useful options for chord diagrams -notation display, leadsheet, and printout

104. Emedia Piano & Keyboard Basics
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Asin: B0001GJC4S
Catlog: Software
Publisher: eMedia
Sales Rank: 1273
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105. Screenblast Acid Loop Expander Pack 2
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Asin: B0000Y2XKQ
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment
Sales Rank: 5450
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106. Finale 2004
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B0000DB4BG
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MakeMusic!
Sales Rank: 4909
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Set up your scores quickly using the pre-designed templates and wizards
  • Enter notes quickly, with either the SimpleNote Entry tool, or by scanning it in
  • Hear your music as you write it, with the Human Playback and SoundFont tools -- you can also save them as. WAV or AIFF files and burn them to a CD as you go
  • Compose and arrange music more easily with rhythm section generators, instant drum grooves and Smart Cue Notes
  • Improved MicNotator means no keyboard required for entering notes

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars What can I say? It's Finale!
Finale 2004 is, by far, the best music notation software available. I have been using Finale since version 3.0 and I can easily say that 2004 is the biggest upgrade that I have seen for any notation software. I have tried Sibelius and some other so-called alternatives, but none of them have yet been able to catch up to the technological advancements of Finale.

I have a full-time job making engravings for composers, college professors, orchestras, choirs, independent music teachers, and their students. I also like to work on my personal compositions and arrangements when I have the time. Finale 2004 is the only tool that I currently use. I am surprised how many musicians there are that either: a) don't want to buy Finale and engrave the music themselves, or b) aren't computer literate enough to use Finale.

You need to be somewhat computer savvy to use this program effectively; being passionate about music isn't enough. Everything you could want to do is in there, but it is just a matter of finding it. What I really love about the program is that it is tool-based, yet it works like a word processor. This leaves lots of room for personalizing the look of your music and even loading your own customized set of music fonts. The flexibility is amazing!

I personally think that it is very user-friendly, but I can understand why others might not think so. If you are working at becoming a professional composer or engraver, then Finale is the only way to go. If you don't know much about computers and you are just trying to make something simple for your local community band, then you might want to steer clear of Finale. It also helps if you have worked with other MIDI applications before. Finale is not sympathetic to the ignorant. But everything you would want to know is in the user manual so it is technically possible to begin the program knowing nothing, but it would take some dedication.

5-0 out of 5 stars The finest music software of our time.
I began my odyssey of music composing as a high school choir student last year. We had just received a generous donation of 4 Korg synthesizers, 4 iMacs, and a copy of the new music software, Sibelius 2. Using Sibelius, I composed a 4-part choral arrangement of a national anthem in about 3 weeks, punching out finer details and adding everything necessary to perform it. Our choir performed it that winter. After the show, the school band director approached me and explained to me how he knew that I had composed it on Sibelius. He handed me a box which contained Finale 2003 and I was off like a rocket.

Now, a year later, I am composing with the new Finale 2004. I have been able to expand that national anthem into 8 separate arrangements, for full orchestra, concert choir, jazz band, and others. My current project is composing a show for my high school's marching band, and with the new stuff that wasn't on Finale '03, I anticipate I will get it done a heck of a lot faster. Finale '04 has even better editing and arranging capabilities to already complement the quickness of the Simple Edit feature. Not owning a synthesizer myself, I have found the usually tedious process of entering notes one by one to be much easier now that I can enter them in ont he computer keyboard.

Buy this software. You will compose your magnum opus with it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Back To Say A Few More Words...
Since I got Sibelius 3, Finale 2004 has been a nice little icon on my desktop.
People say to "spend time with it" but in today's high-stress, fast-paced industry, I don't have that kind of time.
I also don't have time for bugs, etc.
My co-workers and I, in both platforms, used Sibelius 3 the first week of it's release, on two very large musical shows, and we had NO PROBLEMS! NONE!
It seems like those stuck on this program (Finale) have been using it for so long that switching to something new would be ridiculous, and I guess I can understand that because I was an Encore cross-over and it took me a long time to wean myself from that program... but I really had no choice.
I gave several programs a chance, including Finale, but I'm musically savvy and not much of a computer person, so Sibelius was a dream come true.
I think the best notation program is one that allows me to be musical, not technical. Musical = Sibelius. Technical = Finale. Choose the one that's right for you.

2-0 out of 5 stars Design oversights continue to plague this version of Finale
Let me start by saying something nice about this version of Finale, the grand daddy of desktop publishing music notation programs. I finally can use Finale on the OSX operating system. Naturally, I was very excited to give it a test drive when it finally arrived.

PROBLEM: In the new Expression Designer of Finale 2004, one can't globally RESET individual system baseline offsets with a simple commmand. If I manually change these on a per system basis, and then do a SAVE AS for a second homophonic part - now the auto-aligned text is in the wrong place. Naturally, I want to quickly reset the baseline for the entire piece back to zero, so that the settings I've created for positioning with the Expression Designer mean something.

But I can't. This has been an ongoing issue with chord symbols for several versions of Finale, and also with Lyrics. Finale's Lyric tool has a way to reset these on an individual basis, but this isn't possible with the chord symbols, and now, isn't possible with this new text expression addition either.

That said, the new ability to mix fonts and styles in the expressions is very useful.

PROBLEM: There still doesn't seem to be a way to save Smart Lines as a library. Did I miss something? I can share Staff Styles, Text Expressions, Articulations and other customizable elements as a library, why not Smart Lines? Particularly since custom smart lines have been part of Finale now for several versions. I can't believe I'm the only user who has asked for this functionality. Frankly, it is incomprehensible that MakeMusic! hasn't included it without anyone asking, as obvious as it is.

PROBLEM: Finale 2004 still copies EVERYTHING by default using Mass Edit, including double bars, time signatures, key signatures etc etc. Each time I open Finale, I have to go to the mass edit menu and deselect what I don't want to copy, again and again whenever I open the application.

I want my "what to copy" settings to "stick" or have a choice to save this as a user preference when I quit. I have lived with this inconvenience forever. I don't want to copy barlines. ever. I don't want to copy Staff Attached System text (like metronome marks and Tempo text such as Adagio) ever. I don't want to copy key signatures. ever. I don't want to copy time signatures. ever. I have other tools to create these objects in Finale very quickly if I need them. This absolutely needs to be a working preference for the individual user. Just because it's always worked one way, doesn't mean it's the best way.

PROBLEM: I'm sure most Finale users have already heard more than enough about the PDF creation bug in Finale 2004 for OSX, and many of us have already tried the official workaround. I've found it's quicker to reboot under OS9 and use Finale 2002 than use MakeMusic's workaround, which I will continue to do until their maintenance upgrade comes out. Those of you with a computer than doesn't boot under OS9 will just have to jump through the hoops. Sibelius seems to have no trouble producing usable PDF files, although in defense of Finale, Sibelius has been out on the OSX platform long enough that the programmers really know what they are doing on it.

PROBLEM: No EPS Export. Rumored to be resolved very soon in a maintenance upgrade.

PROBLEM: Still no RECENT ITEMS menu for Mac users? It's in the Windows version of Finale, and has been forever. It's in Sibelius, and has been forever (on both Windows and Mac, I might add). And, a recent items list is such a standard feature of just about every professional level application, I'm stunned that the programmers at MakeMusic! haven't figured out how to do this.

PROBLEM: And finally, my Page Setup settings are lost when I open any older Finale document - I have to reset these (the Maestro Font Default page size is reflected in these older docs that are opened, so at least there is a workaround for this).

All in all, I waited a long, long time for an OSX version of this application, and I must say, my impression of Finale 2004 is lukewarm. Finale still has the edge over its competitors in several areas: file management, e.g. naming extracted files coherently, slur and tie handling, and some other esoteric engraver tweaks, but with applications like Sibelius making quantum leaps in quality with every upgrade, MakeMusic! is going to have to do better than this.

5-0 out of 5 stars Still the best
I've tried all the software for writing music that there is. They all seem to compare themselves to Finale because it has been and remains the world standard.

I use it in doing copy work as well as in the high school classroom and I've gotten so I can produce full jazz and band scores in an amazingly short amount of time with all the new arranging features in Finale 2004.

In my humble opinion, Finale is often imitated but never duplicated. Nothing even comes close; especially the new challenger, Sibelius which I tried because it claims to be easier. I've actually found Sibelius to be tougher to learn.

Stick with the proven name. ... Read more

107. PC Music Pack 2003
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00006F7U0
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Cakewalk
Sales Rank: 4667
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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PC Music Pack includes everything you need to connect a MIDI instrument to your PC and start making music. Record digital audio tracks, or add vocals, guitars, or any other instrument to your music. The included Music Creator software lets you quickly edit, mix, and save your music--even export audio to create your own MP3s and audio CDs. It's easy to use the keyboard or other MIDI-compatible instrument to record. Simply plug into your computer using the enclosed PC-MIDI adapter and start playing.

PC Music Pack includes Music Creator software and the PC-MIDI adapter. With Music Creator 2003, simply connect any instrument to your PC and record audio and MIDI tracks using instruments, vocals, or audio loops. You can also write music for CDs, sheet music, home videos, and the Internet. Intuitive point-and-click tools make it a snap to quickly edit, arrange, and mix your music with professional-sounding effects and great synth sounds. When you're done, share your music with family and friends: burn it on CD with the included Pyro Express CD Maker, print out sheet music, or create MP3s or Windows Media files to distribute your music on the Internet. ... Read more


  • Turns your PC into a recording studio
  • Includes PC MIDI adapter cable
  • Easy editing
  • Export audio for CDs or MP3s

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1-0 out of 5 stars can't tell
This program Came with a cable that ws defective. I had to return it. ... Read more

108. Learn to Play Vocals
list price: $19.95
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Asin: B0000897BV
Catlog: DVD
Sales Rank: 13661
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Learn all the basics of singing from this great set.
I purchased this set because I wanted to audition for a musical. And, sure enough, I won a role! This set teaches you all the basics of singing - from posture and breath control to how to sing different types of music (rap, country, rock, etcetera). You can even learn how to start your own band. There is a metronome on the CD-ROM to help you with timing and a pitch device - you sing into the microphone and your computer tells you whether or not you're on pitch. It's really fun! I highly recommend this set to anyone who wants to learn the basics of singing. ... Read more

109. BBE BBE Sonic Maximizer Plugin ( Windows/Macintosh )

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Asin: B0001LV4IK
Catlog: Software
Sales Rank: 11839
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  • It's a full digital version of the BBE Sonic Maximizer -- with real-time level meters, knobs and controls that work like the actual unit
  • Adjust your levels and record bass and drum tracks that sound perfect every time
  • Supports sampling up to 96K and 32-bit processing - for incredible, professional recordings
  • Avoid fidelity loss and improve sound quality with phase and amplitude adjustors
  • Mix like a pro -Advanced tools correct those subtle distortions when sound is reproduced through speakers

110. eMedia Smart Music 8.5 (PC & Mac)
list price: $119.95
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B0007R7E7S
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Emedia Corporation
Sales Rank: 8414
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111. MAGIX ENTERTAINMENT Music Maker 7 Deluxe ( Windows )

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Asin: B0001DYKL6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Magix Entertainment
Sales Rank: 1109
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  • Work with amazing recording tools -- add echo, surround FX, 10-band graphics EQ
  • Add distortion, stereo enhancement, reverse, resampling and pitch shifting
  • Edit & manipulate 64 audio and video tracks
  • Add the power of extra orchestration, with 8 new musical instruments
  • Nine real-time effects, like reverb, delay and 3D sound

112. Music Write Starter Kit
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00006I02H
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Voyetra
Sales Rank: 3584
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Perfect for students and beginning musicians, MusicWrite Starter Kit is a great way to learn how notes, rhythm, and harmony work together to create music. Click on the music staff to add notes and instantly hear what they sound like. Compose a few bars and hit Play to hear what you've just composed.

Included lessons give you the foundation you need to start composing music. Learn basic concepts quickly, even if you're a complete novice, or brush up on your music knowledge if you already know how to play an instrument. When your compositions are ready, print them out as clean, professional-looking sheet music, complete with title and lyrics. ... Read more

113. BYTESIZE SOFTWARE Music Composer Professional (Windows)

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Asin: B000092Q9I
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Bytesize Software
Sales Rank: 5910
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  • Includes all the latest format converters, editors and players
  • Create your own musical scores, and work with guitar, bass, keyboard and percussion tools
  • Full range of accompaniment tools -- looping, digital effects, and percussion generators
  • MIDI/Patch editors, multi-track recording, and CD/DVD burning tools
  • It even includes music theory, ear training tutorials and digital tuners

114. WINGEAR Karaoke Deluxe 300 Pro (Windows)

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Asin: B000099SG8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Arcmedia
Sales Rank: 1908
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  • Sing along with the on-screen lyrics
  • Adjust the key and tempo of a song to fit any singing style
  • Watch the music played along on an onscreen keyboard in real-time
  • Create your own automatic playlists
  • Works with any Windows PC sound card

115. InterVideo MediaONE
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0007PB0CA
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Global Marketing Partners
Sales Rank: 8453
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117. M-AUDIO iZotope Ozone ( Windows/Macintosh )
list price: $249.95
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Asin: B0007D8R46
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: M-Audio
Sales Rank: 9931
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Product Description

iZotope?s Ozone 3 combines analog modeling with 64-bit digital precision to deliver a complete integrated suite of world-class mastering processors. Ozone 3 isn't a collection of plug-ins?it's a single powerful interface that combines all the required mastering tools in one system. This makes it easier to use and to understand the mix?and it sounds better because all processing is done via 64-bit DSP until final output. It's technically impossible to get this sound quality and resolution by chaining separate plug-ins together. From the warm sound of tube-modeled equalizers to the pure transparency of linear phase filters, Ozone 3 provides the tools and the technology you need to deliver top-notch audio masters. Multi-band DynamicsUp to four bands of analog-modeled compression, limiting and expansion with a smooth sound and a fine degree of control Real-time visualization of the dynamics within each band, including gain reduction meters, level histograms and X-Y compression curves. Analog or digital linear phase crossovers with adjustable Q (bandwidth). RMS and peak detection modes. Paragraphic EQShape your mix with eight bands of bell, high-pass, low-pass, high-shelf or low-shelf filters overlaid on a fully configurable spectrum analyzer. Choose from analog-modeled EQ with "soft saturation" modeling or digital linear phase filtering with up to 16,000 bands of precision. Compare your mixes with a powerful spectrum analyzer that offers real-time and average mode... ... Read more


  • Multiband Dynamics with up to four bands that emulate the response of analog circuitry, for natural-sounding compression, expansion, and limiting
  • Paragraphic EQ shapes the tone with eight nodes of bell, highpass, lowpass, highshelf or lowshelf filters -- all overlaid on an ultra fast spectrum display
  • Multiband Harmonic Exciter for adding warmth, sparkle or shine to your mixes -- choose from retro, tape or tube modeled excitation with adjustable amount and mix controls
  • Master dual mode reverb adds ambience to your mix, with selectable plate or room modeling algorithms for studio or acoustic ambience
  • Prepare audio for CD with word-length reduction and high order psychoacoustic shaped dither

118. Music Maker G6 Deluxe
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B000058CF2
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Magix Entertainment
Sales Rank: 5269
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Magix Music & Video Maker Generation 6 Deluxe is all youneed for video and sound creation. Record your music, create new sounds, capture and mix video, and add animations. Music & Video Maker G6 is based on the standard version of Music Maker, but with cool new features. The program also includes more than 3,300 up-to-date sound loops, video files, and much more on four CDs.

With 64 stereo tracks (audio and video) that includes a spectrum analyzer, you can arrange all frequencies like a professional. In the arranger, you can freely draw in complete effect and filter changes for individualtracks. Create your own loops using the new Music Editor. Just sample any number of sounds and arrange them with professional effects, noise reduction, andloop functions until you get the right groove. You can capture your ownvideos directly in the program and freely draw in the real-time effectcurve for all video files in the arranger. Use your finished songs and videos in different streaming formats (Windows Media Format, Real, QuickTime) for a home page or send them via e-mail. Pull WAV files into the sampler to compose your own melodies or add new harmonies to an arrangement. Add many effects such as distortion or filter. Using ambient synth, you can make your own visual background atmospheres. With editable presets such as "thunderstorm,"you can create cool effects for songs and videos. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Video editing-no way
i searched many programs, looking for a simple way to capture my own video from vcr, camera or t.v. and then record it back to the vcr or cd. This isn't the program. I searched the manual (very nice) but it doesn't enabale you to record back to your vcr----so I am returning it.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a great product and worth the money!
This program is D'Bomb! Get this..... A few months ago, I purchased a 4 track machine. This Music & Video maker was less money, included identical track options except this program allowed me 60+ tracks aside from the video programs, and other audio options and mixers. Buying this program alone will save you a few hundered dollars if you plan on buying mixers, track machines, effect machines, etc. The quality on this program is just remakable. I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars This program is awesome!
This is definitely one of the best music editing programs i have ever used. the effects and sound recordings are great and the program has huge amounts of functionality. BUY IT ... Read more

119. M-AUDIO iZotope Trash ( Windows/Macintosh )
list price: $199.95
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Asin: B0007D8R4Q
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: M-Audio
Sales Rank: 10616
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Product Description

iZotope Trash is the ultimate tool for selectively adding distortion to your tracks. Of course there are tons of guitar rig simulators, including rectified overdrive and a stunning array of 85 cabinet models. And you?ll find just as much use for the subtler tone enhancements to your other tracks?tape saturation for vocals, overdrive for keyboards or a pinch of fuzz on a lead guitar, for example. Chain pairs of distortions together or apply distortion independently to individual frequency bands. Trash is compatible with most Mac and PC hosts, supports 192kHz and employs 64-bit for great fidelity regardless of how nasty you like your sound. Trash is the king of distortion?and at a price that smokes the competition. Features:64-bit internal processing  up to 192kHz sampling rate  all-purpose distortion plug-in, from subtle to extreme  realistic guitar rig simulator  multi-band, dual-stage distortion with 48 algorithms  85 speaker cabinet models from vintage to experimental  3 microphone models  36 sweepable filter types?analog, resonant, clean, saturated  multi-band compression and gating  analog modeling for added warmth  extensive delay modeling?analog, lo-fi, tape-style  elegant user interface  automation support  superior stability  CPU-efficient  comprehensive preset library     Compatible with: Live ... ... Read more


  • 36 sweepable filter types - Analog, resonant, clean, saturated and more
  • Almost 50 different multiband dual-stage distortion types - chain and multiband them for stronger, wilder sound
  • Create your own delays - Tape delays, analog and lo-fi digital delays -- repeat, echo it and buzz it
  • Dynamic multiband compression with noise gating - Compress it, gate it and squash it for truly powerful reverb
  • Better box modeling - work with 85 box, cabinet and speaker models, from the standard classics to the big stacks

120. TASCAM Peter Ewers: Symphonic Organ ( Windows )

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Asin: B00029MKPM
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Tascam
Sales Rank: 10925
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Product Description

Bring the entire, historic, grand La Madeleine, Paris cathedral and the Cavaillé-Coll organ into your studio! For the first time ever -- in any sampled pipe organ -- the original cathedral ambiance is included via release triggered samples. Combinations and pedals, all windchest activity, all interferences, and all bellow noises are captured with breathtaking accuracy. Well just hear the difference.In 1846, the organbuilder Aristide Cavaillé-Coll (1811-1899) provided the Èglise de la Sainte-Madeleine in Paris, consecrated in 1842, with the organ that today enriches the monumental nave of this church both visually and tonally.Earlier attempts to digitally sample the original sound of a pipe or a pipe-family (a "stop") employed small samples which were artificially looped, often without their original attack phases, and the characteristic sound of the pipes was lost. The solution was to employ the patented EndlessWave technology (exclusively licensed to NemeSys by Conexant Systems, Inc.). Via EndlessWave, digital samples can be streamed from a mass storage device such as a hard disk without the usual latency access time restrictions of mass storage media. ... Read more


  • The original cathedral ambiance is retained, for the sound great pipe organs like grand La Madeleine, Paris cathedral and the Cavaill?-Coll organ
  • Multiple combinations and pedals are available
  • Fully duplicates the feel and sound of all windchest activity
  • Added realism from all interferences and all bellow noises -- captured with breathtaking accuracy

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