Your Software for musicproductions, GFX, Coding is ?

category: general [glöplog]
First time I realize how much musicians are hopeful :)

For music

Ableton live


added on the 2007-09-26 20:52:20 by Rebb Rebb
emacs is all I need.

reaper and ableton live are fine as well
added on the 2007-09-26 20:53:51 by _-_-__ _-_-__
Rebb is amour.
Knos, dont lie, you forgot the monomachine :)
it's not software .. at least I don't treat it like software
added on the 2007-09-26 21:19:28 by _-_-__ _-_-__
ah yeah... nice one :)
VisualStudio 6,2003,2005
Notepad ++
Tortoise SVN
added on the 2007-09-26 21:57:26 by JaK JaK
added on the 2007-09-26 22:24:56 by dila dila
Haven't really done any of those for a while. Did some coding in spring and what I used was emacs, dunno if it's such a great program but well, I know a lot of the keyboard shortcuts by heart so...

During the summer I tried to do some MIDI file editing with Modplug. It was fine until I saved what I had done and it totally fucked up everything. Stay clear from that everyone. Afterwards I switched to a program called Sibelius which is great but it's quite expensive if you want to be a law-abiding citizen.
added on the 2007-09-26 22:34:14 by Sverker Sverker
Any of you have tried The Grand 2?


What about sound quality? And ease of use?
added on the 2007-09-26 23:09:47 by texel texel
texel: Haven't tried The Grand 2 but I have tried Native Instruments Akoustik Piano and I must say it is quite fantastic, both in sound quality and ease of use.

added on the 2007-09-26 23:13:31 by Sverker Sverker
The Grand 2 and Art vista virtual grand piano are amazing, but the second is really something. http://www.artvista.net/Virtual_Grand_Piano.html
I didn't tried Akoustik piano, I'm pretty sure it's amazing.
Both are easy to use, under a sequencer or simply in stand alone mode.
In a mix I can't say, but if you only play piano Art vista is much more "musical". Grand 2 got a very nice sound too, and great reverb, a little more plastic in comparasion but still a great piano.

Paint Shop Pro XI
Max7 (but I'll get rid of it at that very moment someone makes a Blender exporter for demolauta or booty :)
added on the 2007-09-26 23:47:31 by sauli sauli
music producing:

protools, sonar, nuendo, abletonLive


wavelab, tc


fantom 3.1


fantom 2.9mobile
added on the 2009-03-05 11:17:51 by .reEto .reEto
Schism Tracker, Goat Tracker + some self made tools
emacs, gcc, acme, git
code: visual c++, nasm
music: sony acid, buzz, modplug
other tools: totalcmd (i seriously cant work with out it)
added on the 2009-03-05 11:52:04 by Gargaj Gargaj
Music: Milkytracker, Stonetracker, Starkos
Code: SJasmPlus, gcc and all the mess, DAMS
Gfx: GrafX2, OCP Art Studio, some random tools (scolorq, png2crtc, ...)
ultraedit-32, gcc, svn, windows
added on the 2009-03-05 11:59:09 by pommak pommak
Code: EditPlus (or any texteditor) + Acme crossassembler. or if I'm coding on realthing, Turbo Assembler.

gfx: projectOne, gvic. (or amicapaint on realthing ;_))

music: for c64, goattracker and pollytracker. but that's just playing around. I also make music on PC with Reason 4.

other tools... well, vice for testing.. (always test on real c64 before releasing..), some calculator program...

jsyk: most of this is for c64 dev.
added on the 2009-03-05 12:01:16 by ___ ___
Code: Visual C++, Crimson Editor, AsmOne
Music: Renoise, Garageband (no, you can't hear my stuff ;))
Gfx: various shitty freeware programs, I really need a photoshop license..
added on the 2009-03-05 12:23:27 by Preacher Preacher
Code: Eclipse, Notepad++
Music: *I am incapable of producing music*
Gfx: *What Preacher said*
added on the 2009-03-05 12:26:52 by decipher decipher
Music: Schism Tracker, Renoise
Code: Visual Studio 2005, Notepad++
added on the 2009-03-05 12:31:15 by Alpha C Alpha C
Renoise, some VSTi, Sony Acid, SoundForge.
added on the 2009-03-05 12:33:11 by dixan dixan
Visual Studio 2005, Softimage XSI 7.0, Photoshop, SVN
added on the 2009-03-05 12:41:23 by shadez shadez