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Post by hueseph » October 20th, 2003, 5:17 pm

Ok. I happened to stumble upon a few sites with freeware recording software, vst instruments and effects. I know that you can get cracked retail versions of software but I thought that, for the sake of those who want legitimate software,I'd put up this post anyway. If you happen to like any of this software they accept donations. But some hard workin' geeks with a love for music decided they wanted to do some open source music apps. I'd hate for their work to go unnoticed.
Here are the links.

http://www.rocketears-online.net/setup-cubasis.exe

http://216.239.39.104/translate_c?hl=en ... 8%26sa%3DN

http://216.239.39.104/translate_c?hl=en ... 8%26sa%3DN

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Re: freeware

Post by hueseph » October 21st, 2003, 12:33 am

I should add that sampletank has a free sampler/sample player and free samples that are more than enough for the average rock or blues guitarist to use for backups.

http://ikmultimedia.com/

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Post by Ignar Hillström » October 21st, 2003, 11:59 am

Yay, that is just great :D
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Re: freeware

Post by Ignar Hillström » October 21st, 2003, 4:16 pm

[quote author=staind1 link=board=sound_studio;num=1066691820;start=0#3 date=10/21/03 at 13:18:52]wait a minute, yesterday you was against free stuff  but today your for it?  ;D
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nope, I am not against free stuff. I am against taking stuff that isn't free (huge sign to prevent confusion: not saying you, or anyone else here, does that, a remark in general :)) nor do I expect things to be free.

But if someone works his butt, or any other bodypart, and decided to make it free in the end, then lucky us :) I have nothing against freeware (which means that the owner is giving it away), but I have something against warez (stuff that is availlable free, but without the owners permission).

So, in the end, yay for hueseph and this post :D
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Re: freeware

Post by Alan Green » October 22nd, 2003, 1:32 am

More samples - oh, yummy yummy - I've only got about 20,000 of them. A few more will go down nicely and Blues and Rock samples will go down very nicely.

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Re: freeware

Post by toothpick » November 2nd, 2003, 3:57 am

hey can someone tell me where i can get a good computer based guitar tuning program. are there any free? i don't wanna goo all the way to my friends house to borrow his. i have my fuitar plugged into my sound card and it works good soo if it's one of those ones that listens to the notes for you then that should work perfect. i tried the ap tuner from here
http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/AP_Guitar_Tuner/
but it didn't work right. installer never came up
i ended the process and it said something wierd about 16 bit subsystem.

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Re: freeware

Post by hueseph » November 2nd, 2003, 1:31 pm

What is your soundcard? What is your computer? Most programs are written strictly for SounBlaster cards and their clones. You should be able to get a decent shareware tuner on download.com.

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