Today, users of computers have been more and more increased. They use computers to help get things done. Although the initial data in the form of analog (can paper, human voice) is converted into digital format (using scanner, rewritten, recorded) into digital data which can then be analog again (print, ribbon). The above example represents an overview of computer usage in various fields.
In the audio world is also familiar with the term analog and digital data. Analog data includes your voice which is then converted to digital using A / D converter and recorded with recording software. That is why you will be able to find software particularly used to produce music, especially in the matter of recording music. For example, you can find some of the software on the top production software review by Yazoo Records. In the following, then, some of them will be discussed further.
Pro Tools is a software that until recently became the standard audio software in the world. One of the advantages of Pro Tools is that we can record using a software version that is simple and easily opened and edited using another higher version or vice versa. With its popularity, for those of you who want to use Pro Tools must use hardware (soundcard) that supports Pro Tools. Can be from the same company or from another company that includes Pro Tools Certified. Pro Tools is available in both Windows and Mac versions. It’s now up to Pro Tools 11.
Apple Garage Band is a standard software in the Mac computer hardware purchase package. Garage Band itself is in the package bundling I’Life applications. The Garage Band itself features enough features to create and edit simple audio. This software is suitable to try early before switching to Logic Pro With a workflow similar to Logic Pro, it is easy for Garage Band users who want to try more features and switch to Logic Pro. Garage Band itself is also only available for the Mac platform.