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    Default Synth and computer recording

    Am I in the right place for this? Anyway, I really dig the sounds on this synth.

    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/.../base_id/95213

    The problem is, I've got a great computer, Sonar for recording, Tascam interface, Yamaha W5 synth etc... but I don't know what software to get or even where to LOOK for stuff so I don't HAVE to buy another synth. Is there a good website, or anything I can use to learn about all this interfacing for recording? I assume there is software I can load into the computer and I can use my synth as the master and the computer as the slave, or sound module through midi. Is there anything I can get that will do all this stuff through the computer instead of buying a new keyboard to get those sounds???

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    Default Re: Synth and computer recording

    If your really looking at vintage stuff you may want to look at Reason. Reason has a lot of vintage analog gear emulation with it and its a software workstation which you would trigger from your current keyboard.
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    Default Re: Synth and computer recording

    Sonar should support VST plugins right?

    You load a VST instrument/effect into Sonar and play...You could also you a program like Steinberg V-Stack for playing the instruments "live" without the use of a sequencer program. VST's are available in thousands...both freeware and products that you paid round 100 for. With several VST keyboards and synthesizers you probably get all sounds you want/need.

    That's at least an option

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