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looking for a musicman 5000 plz [Jul. 26th, 2006|10:03 pm]
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hello i make tons of mixes! the last mix i made was amazingly awesome because it featured amazingly awesome bands and artists like le tigre, JUDY AND MARY, Simon and Garfunkle, Daft Punk, Tegan and Sara, the beatles, Atmospere, Souxsie and the Banshees, The Fiery Furnaces, Mint Royale, YMCK, mcdonald duck eclair, Against Me!, capsule, boA, m-flo, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Convicted, Pine AM, and bikini kill. a pretty cool mix that i labeled with a sharpie to say "OH MAN THAT CLOUD IS LEAKING WHAT" with a drawing of a very happy cloud.

anyways, that wasnt really the point. (though if you havent heard any of these bands you should break open whatever downloading agent is sitting on your desktop and become more enlightened) THE POINT IS: i would like to make some music of my own that has been sitting around for a while and becoming moldy and does anyone have any ideas for some software on the internet that is really good for electonic music? any help would be muchly amazing!
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[User Picture]From: natetheoriginal
2006-10-20 10:23 pm (UTC)
Hey sorry nobody replied when you originally posted this. You have awesome taste by the way. And to answer your question, in my experience acid seems like one of the best programs for electronic music. I actually use it for pretty much all the music I produce/record.

I know this response is pretty out-of-date, and you've probably found your own solution by now, but I figured I'd give you something to go off of.
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