Ernst Vincent Posted June 14, 2016 Share Posted June 14, 2016 Hi, guys.. I'm looking for some guidance here. For starters I am a novice to 'software recording' I have never used a computer for recording songs in my life. What I need is a DAW, prefferably just a sequencer (be it software or a dedicated hardware) that could record multiple-midi tracks. In the past I use to own a Roland MC-500, then I upgraded to the Roland MC-50 which I still have to this day. However I find myself lately needing more internal capacity (RAM) then what the MC-50 offers, and-also floppy disks are becoming too inconvenient to work with these days. I am primarily a keyboard player I am familiar with synth/workstation keyboards that has sequencers built-in. But, I find these sequencers very limited. For instance on my Roland MC-50 the sequencer could go upto 9,999 measures whereas most synth workstations can only go upto 999 meas. This is HUGE for me I need the extra measures onboard for when I am working on a piece of music that requires me to change meters / time signatures.... say, 1/4. Also need the sequencer to be able to read and write SYSEX (system eclusive). This is important for me as well -- my budget is only $400. Please let me know what's out there? Thanks, for reading and thanks in advance for your kind help ! Ernst. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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