According to MacWorld
Steinberg releases Sequel, a GarageBand competitor
Pro audio software-maker Steinberg on Wednesday released Sequel, a new low-cost music production application at the Musikmesse music trade show in Frankfurt, Germany. Described as a “one-window music studio,” Sequel is clearly going after the users of Apple’s popular GarageBand software.
According to Steinberg, everything needed to create and perform music live is included — from loops, sounds, effects, instruments to a virtual mixer and other professional “under the hood” features.
Sequel also includes 3.5GB of built-in loops and sounds covering a huge range of today’s music as well as over 600 instantly playable instruments. With its Live performance mode, a Sequel song can be rearranged and remixed live and on-the-fly for performances at clubs or parties, according to Steinberg.
Sequel is shipping now and costs $99.