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607:
Hi, it's me again!

In the title I am asking for a GarageBand alternative. With that I mean the following: does anyone know of an affordable (<€50) piano roll-based composition program for Windows? It needs to have at least stereo panning and 'automation' (gradually changing the volume of individual instruments; I don't know why it's called 'automation' in GarageBand or what it is normally called, as I can't find it on Google), and it needs to have good instrument sounds (better than the default Windows MIDI library) included.
It does not need to have features like loops or automatic chords. I can compose myself.
Thanks, I hope there is something for me. :)

607:
None! Huh, that's a little surprising. Or might this forum be decreasing in activity?

LeviR.star:

--- Quote from: 607 on February 11, 2019, 12:55:22 PM ---Or might this forum be decreasing in activity?

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Definitely this.



If you're looking for activity, 607, go to our Discord server that we keep linking forum members to.

607:

--- Quote from: LeviR.star on February 11, 2019, 01:40:00 PM ---Definitely this.



If you're looking for activity, 607, go to our Discord server that we keep linking forum members to.

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Hm, that's unfortunate. I am in the Discord server, but I thought that surely the forum would be a better place for questions. If I'd ask a question like this in a Discord server it'd be buried too quickly.

Libera:
The only affordable DAW I know of is Reaper, but that doesn't come with any VSTs at all so you'd have to separately find those yourself.


--- Quote from: 607 on February 06, 2019, 11:09:06 AM ---<€50

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And even Reaper is not that cheap.  So you're probably out of luck unless you want to increase your budget.  (Or there might be something that I haven't heard of before.)

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