On Mon, 12 Feb 2001 14:31:14 Ruairi Newman wrote:
> Has anybody come across any software along the lines of Cakewalk Audio
> Pro for Linux? Have a client who is prepared to pay a lot for this, so
> need not be a free or open-source app.
Jazz++ is not bad, but nowhere near as good as Cakewalk. The other one that
looks quite good is Brahms (formerly Koobase, so it's more based on Cubase
Rosegarden is also OK, but it's more of a sequencer/score-writer than a
fully-featured Music Studio package.
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