Well, for ME, there is one major problem with PowerTracks that keeps me from using it; it doesn't have piano roll editing, sometimes called graphic editing, and I really want that in my sequencer. Other than that, it's a really good little program that I keep on my laptop because I like the plugins that come with it and they are useable in other programs that can use DirectX plugins.

For about $100 you can get Cakewalk's Home Studio 2 which is an updated version of Sonar 2.2 and it's a very capable program. In addition, if you get used to it and want to continue you can always upgrade to the then current version of Sonar with minimal relearning curve.


Bigger is not always better

[This message has been edited by Tomcat (edited 05-17-2005).]
Bigger is not always better