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n-Track Studio 7 released, what's your opinion?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by beralla, Jun 10, 2012.

  1. beralla

    beralla Member

    I have just bought the last version of n-Track Studio 7 for Windows and Osx.
    I think it's very complete and cheap alternative software for audio production.
    Someone tried it?
    What's your opinion?
  2. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    Gonna give it a roll. Looks like they lowered the price on it? They've got some tough competition with Reaper.
  3. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    I'm sure that N-Track is a decent DAW. Personally, I think it would have been a better presentation if they had a better demo song. The mix isn't particularly good and well.......that's really the brunt of it. Isn't it? I've never used N-Track. I find it a bit cramped in the control department. The little knobs of the eq are too small. I'd be happy to open up a small window to edit eq. And lastly, in a purely superficial criticism, it's not a very pretty DAW. I know that has little effect on how it works but it's just an observation. It does not recognize midi with my Firestudio. Oh well. It's seems to work fine but I don't need another DAW. If I had to start anew and with a very small budget, I might pick it up. Then again, I might just save a bit more money and get Reaper which seems to work perfectly fine on my machine.
  4. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    On another note, If they sold this really cheap. I mean $20 I bet they'd sell a lot of them. Sure they'd have to sell twice as many but I bet, they'd sell 4 or 6 times as many. It really would help though if they had a demonstration with a good song and a good mix. Otherwise it's not very compelling. I don't want to sound like a garage hack. I'm already a garage hack. I want to sound like a radio superstar. duh
  5. sachit

    sachit Active Member

    Sorry for being off topic, but :wink: Can I use that in my signature?
  6. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

  7. sue08401

    sue08401 Active Member

    I started using n-Track many years ago. It has a lot of good features but I've moved on to Sonar. I still have a copy of version 5 which I still use occasionally with my old lexicon alpha when I want to do a quick take or just record an idea. It is a robust DAW. I would recomend it to someone starting out.

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