There is no best sequencer (I wish there was). For midi most of them do fine, for audio none of them comes close. btw john, Logic can do both. Just stick to what works fine for you and make music. Also, GS works fine on it\'s own. For any serious work, use another computer for your audio and midi. I do not use the internal sequencer from my keyboard workstation to do any sequencing either!!
I\'ve owned all three: Cakewalk, Logic and Cubase for some time now. I\'ve mainly used Cakewalk for two reasons:
First, the midi editing is so great. I do mainly sequenced midi parts with just an audio track or two for guitar and vocals. I also use NTONYX software quite a bit and that\'s available as a plugin in Cakewalk.
Second, the sysex handling and bank select customization are easier for me to use.
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Steve Dimond: Slagni,
O.K. I\'ll bite.
I\'ve been a Cakewalk user for about 6 years. The problem with software is that you sucked into the \"upgrade\" syndrome (read: wishing it did this). To be perfectly honest with you, I liked Cakewalk better in the early years.
Agreed! When using midi only I still go back and use CakeDots 3.0.
They literally perfected the sequencer in that version. There\'s nothing lacking in my opinion. It\'s fast to edit on, and solid as a rock. When doing extensive midi work I\'ll finish it in 3.0 then import it to 9.03
if I need to do audio also.