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    i'd like to get myself a simple but powerful midi/vst program.

    the studio software i currently have (N-Track) supports DX and VST intruments, but whenever the instrument is signifigantly large, say a 10Mb+ Korg Legacy file, it won't load properly.

    is anybody using an editor that can handle those large files?

    i'm not looking for an audio suite to replace my current one, ex: Cubase or Pro-Tools, i guess i'm just loking for a stand alone midi program that i can compose with.


    Thanks in advance.

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    if your looking for some freeware

    MIDI editor JAZZ++ from www.jazzware.com
    This will run on a Pentium I @ 90 mhz and 32 Meg RAM

    There's also
    Quartz AudioMaster Free ( 16 midi + 4 audio / doesn't do VST)
    http://www.digitalsoundplanet.com/So...freeware.phtml

    Quartz AudioMaster Promise ( 16 midi + 16 audio + VST for about $40 US)
    Minimum System Requirements : Minimum: Pentium 166Mhz, 32 MB RAM / Recommended: Pentium 300 MHz, 64 MB RAM
    http://www.digitalsoundplanet.com/So...romiseam.phtml

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    Try Tracktion. It rocks. There's a free demo version there and if you like it as much as I do it's only $80. And it WILL run the Korg Legacy VSTi...

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    I'm also an N-Track user. Love it for audio, but when I started getting into midi I went out and got a copy of CubaseSE. Only $99, unlimited midi tracks and pretty much all the midi processing tools of all the other Cubase line.

    And I can still bounce everything over to N.....

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