Picture the scene - the year is 2001 and you bought a new iMac!
Top spec of course, but its five years later and you want to make music on it. Garageband wont work! It only works on new Mac's. So, how about this: a program which can accept input from MIDI devices, uses musical typing, has a drum machine and works beautifully on that old Mac of yours. Sure, it isnt exactly Cubase, but do you need to spend £700 on a fancy box and thirty installation CD's? StereoPhobia! is free. If you do like it, send me something! As long as it isnt deadly that is.
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