Re: [AUDITORY] Successor to Cakewalk (Stefan Strahl )

Subject: Re: [AUDITORY] Successor to Cakewalk
From:    Stefan Strahl  <stef@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Fri, 18 Oct 2013 10:57:07 +0200

Hi Ian :) Have a look at the free Rosegarden [1,2] which is also available for Windows 7 [3]. :) stefan [1] [2] [3] On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 9:03 PM, xinhui zhou <zxinhui2001@xxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi, Ian, > > I guess the program 'Cakewalk' worked for you at Windows XP. > > If this is the case, you can use 'Windows XP mode' under Windows 7 to > solve your problem. > > Google 'windows xp mode windows 7 download', > > Xinhui, > > > > > > > > On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 12:59 PM, Ian Colley <idc001@xxxxxxxx> wrote: >> >> Hello List, >> >> I am a graduate student studying music cognition and have been tasked with >> finding a suitable replacement for the program, Cakewalk. Our lab has used >> it for past experiments but now our PC is being upgraded to Windows 7 which, >> to my knowledge, does not support Cakewalk. I understand that SonarX2 is >> the current software in the Cakewalk family, but it seems that it may not be >> right for our purposes. What we liked about Cakewalk was the ease of use >> and intuitive controls. It made designing and presenting stimuli very >> straightforward as it could create playlists of customized music samples. >> Also, users were able to adjust very specific qualities of individual >> pitches which was a useful characteristic. >> >> Is anyone familiar with Cakewalk and able to recommend a more up-to-date >> replacement? Might SonarX2 be the best option? >> >> Thank you, >> Ian Colley > >

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