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Is there any software like Garage Band but for windows?

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If you are looking for something to create primarily loop-based music, and maybe do some recording, take a look at Sony Acid, Ableton Live, and Fruity Loops Studio.

There are other programs available. For more info, try searching for info on "digital audio workstations".

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+1 for FL Studio. I'm a Live user myself, but have much respect for FL... it's lean, easy to use, and has great out-of-the-box instruments. – Nik Reiman Oct 13 '09 at 14:04

Not really the same like Garage Band, but you could try SongSmith.

Also this article might interest you.

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"Microsoft, huh? So it's pretty easy to use?" bwahahahahahaha – quack quixote Oct 12 '09 at 12:14

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