If we denied the huge differences between a software and a real musician, you
shouldn’t trust us.
If you have all the money, time and patience in the world plus a recording studio and a professional musician available, we would always recommend: Go for it!
Unfortunately for most people, most of the time, that’s not the case:
- Maybe you have no access to a (professional) musician.
- Maybe you like to work out ideas totally by yourself, taking the time, playing
- Maybe you’re a musician yourself but you want to quickly lay down a track without the hassle of tuning your instrument and setting up a recording session.
- Maybe you want to use MIDI-controlled tracks as source material for
In these and many others scenarios, a Virtual Instrument is a great
alternative to the real thing.
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