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    Default Soundtracking sortware

    Hi all,

    Wondering if anyone has any suggestions for good soundtrack creating software.
    I make underwater SCUBA movies and I'm getting fed up using Cafe del mar and Moby for the background music (and then theres the copyright issues). The music needs to be ambient, with little, or no lyrics....so I figured that I could probably write my own if there is a user friendly package.

    Any ideas / recommendations?

    Neil

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    Neil:

    Our guys in the Praise Band really talk highly of a program called Sound Forge.
    http://www.sonymediasoftware.com/pro...ct.asp?pid=961

    This may do the trick for you I hope.

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    Thanks Scooter,
    That looks like just the thing.
    Now to get creative!

    Neil
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    Default Soundtracking

    Soundforge is an audio etitor meaning you will have to create the music first and then use Soundforge to "record it" as such - If you are looking for a program that will make the music for you there is one called Jammer. I used to use Jammer Pro 4 and it did a great job of creation of music tracks, IMHO much better than Band in a Box. I bought version 5 and although it looked better and worked smarter it was less creative. You just tell the program a few variables and off it goes. You keep hitting the "Compose" button and it just keeps making new choices based on your info. Have a look at http://.<a href="http://www.soundtre...ndtrek.com</a>

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