If you're into making beats I'd start with Fruity Loops, and if you need actual audio recording software on top of that start with Audacity. Both have free versions (last I knew). That will help you develop a work flow and get an idea of the features you'll want in a more professional software suite.
Another thing... Visit (and bookmark) http://tweakheadz.com/ - read The Guide. Everything you need to know about getting a home studio going from the ground up in plain English.
Hey guys im new to cnet, Im just wondering if sombody could help me.
See I would like to start producing my own music, but have failed to find a good music software program to start making beats of my own.
Has anyone got any good suggestions?
Thank you kindly