Looking for this one program

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by ChrisDaMan, Jun 18, 2011.

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    ChrisDaMan

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    When I was at work, we made some music in a program and now i'm desperate to find the name. The system we used was Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.x. The program contained a lot of Royalty Free music, and you could change the style (E.G. this one with "Frost" in it's name had a cold "mood" and "frosty" mood, etc.) and you could change which parts were heard (E.G. you could set it drums only, or background) and then from there you would drag it onto the track, and you could edit it's length and it would match the length you made it. Also, when you started the program it played a guitar chord.
     
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    GarageBand is a COMPLETELY different program. Come on I am not that stupid. This was professional quality stuff. I first thought it was Soundtrack based off the description but when I looked at the screenshot it looked completely different...
     
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    Right...it's not like garageband doesn't do any of the things you described.

    Maybe you should've mentioned it was a professional level product?

    I know, how easy is it to identify what something isn't when you know what it might be and what it might not be.

    In any case, thanks for providing more information for me to identify your program.
     
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    Well excuuuuuseeeee me, Princess.
    I'm trying to gather all the information I remember. This program was not like GarageBand. It didn't use loops, you couldn't connect instruments and make music, no. This had music already pre-made. It was also dynamic so you could adjust the timing (I.E. i could set it to 1 minute and the whole song would end at 1 minute, or I could set it at 36 seconds and I could have the whole song end at 36 seconds, not just fade or cut out). I'm trying to gather as much information that I can remember. Also, if you noticed, I said it played a short chord of music (I remember now that it wasn't a guitar chord, but instead sort of an Orchestra Punch kinda thing).
     
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    Some form of Band-in-a-Box? More details?
     
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    i reallllly doubt anyone is going to take anytime to help you now.
     
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    Any luck?
     
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    I'm wondering if this was ever resolved. OP?
     
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    I'm still curious about this one. Sounds like a neat program.
     
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    Probably Ableton Live.
     

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