Looking for a free and EASY music maker. Suggestions? [RESOLVED]

coolernow123

  • Posts: 20
I have tried and failed to find a very nice music maker.
I tried MAGIX, but I got lost in its interface.
I also tried online music makers, but those suck.
The closest one I ever got to liking was PXTone, because I liked how you can import any sound and play it at any pitch like a sampler, but the pitch and note making interface wasn't good.
Is there any music maker out there that contains the following?
-sampler function (like PXTone)
-ability to record a song by playing notes from keyboard
-free and simple interface
Thanks!

« Last Edit: January 22, 2013, 03:11:15 pm by coolernow123 »
I don't have a Facebook.

Hectate

  • *
  • Posts: 4643
Did you try Musagi?
:
:
Patience is a Virtue,
But Haste is my Life.
Proud member of the League of Idiotic Stencylers; doing things in Stencyl that probably shouldn't be done.

coolernow123

  • Posts: 20
Hm, a little complicated, but better than my other options. Thanks!
I don't have a Facebook.

scottty

  • Posts: 12
Have you had any luck?
Have a look at www.majesticproductions.com.au
We might be able to help.

Is the game made for profit?
The Key is not to have the Person playing the game - But the game playing the Person.

MetalRenard

  • Posts: 134
He's looking to make music, not to pay someone to do it for him. At least be more subtle when you want to shamelessly plug your stuff.

Free software - Try Mulab! It's nothing like professional software but it is free and it comes with a bunch of its own instruments. I admit it may seem daunting at first but that's the same with any software.
I've used Musagi too, but Musagi isn't finished and does have a few issues beyond the fact that it's not made to make modern music, just retro/8bit music.

By the way, be careful with things like Magix, they have a kind of trap with the user license (but are not alone in that).
Composer. Rocker. World Ambassador For Foxes.
http://metalrenardmusic.com/

dtrungle

  • *
  • Posts: 1938
A trap? What is this? How is the program still alive?  :o

scottty

  • Posts: 12
OK Then.
Buy a mac. use garageband.
Its free and easy to use.
Is that better Metalrenard..
It was an offer to help if he had no luck.
But I guess for some ppl its all about the $$.
The Key is not to have the Person playing the game - But the game playing the Person.

MetalRenard

  • Posts: 134
Wow. Nice. Very helpful. Now all he needs is a mac.
That's cheap. Free even.

*sigh*.
Composer. Rocker. World Ambassador For Foxes.
http://metalrenardmusic.com/

Senreichi

  • *
  • Posts: 3
You can try MuseScore. Even if you don't know music notation you can still fool around with it and create different songs, if you have a good enough ear. http://musescore.org/.

mvsprojects

  • Posts: 71
You could try the free version on Mulab. It's highly flexible.
http://www.mutools.com
Boing Ball coming soon...
Co-Opetative coming soon...

MV's Projects- Something to Enable