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  • GarageBand

    6 2.78%
  • Logic Pro

    24 11.11%
  • Mixcraft

    8 3.70%
  • Pro Tools

    12 5.56%
  • Reason

    6 2.78%
  • Sonar

    15 6.94%
  • Reaper

    48 22.22%
  • Studio One

    25 11.57%
  • Cubase

    24 11.11%
  • Ableton

    9 4.17%
  • FL Studio

    12 5.56%
  • other

    27 12.50%
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Thread: What DAW are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jake_SJL View Post
    Used cubase for years, few years ago switched to studio one. It has its quirks and bugs but I still love it. Not upgraded to 5 yet, no new features I want/need.
    That's interesting. Which version do you have? (I am considering upgrading to 5 from 2.5, which is quite a jump.)
    Babylon Sister

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    Digital Performer 8..Trying to, anyway!

    I have anxiety issues and i have been having trouble figuring out how to make it work.

    I really wish there was a simple way to learn it..

    some thing like this:

    1. step 1
    2: step 2
    etc

    Anyone here use digital Performer 8?

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    Studio one, its the only one ive ever had, i love it!!

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    I use Cubase since 3 and I like it and have tried a few others. But I read the manule for Cubase 5 and since then I have used it most and have 10 now.I like wavelab also.

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    Cubase 7 combined with the Steven Slate Everything Bundle for 14.95 mo. Covers everything I need, Can't see any reason to change or upgrade in the near future. I use a Combination of Steven Slate and Ozone 9 to Master.

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    Digital Performer

    Quote Originally Posted by WeywotGate View Post
    Digital Performer 8..Trying to, anyway!

    I have anxiety issues and i have been having trouble figuring out how to make it work.

    I really wish there was a simple way to learn it..

    some thing like this:

    1. step 1
    2: step 2
    etc

    Anyone here use digital Performer 8?
    I've been using DP since it was just Performer - just MIDI no audio! (I'm SO OLD...)

    But that MIDI-centric heritage of DP is a huge strong point in its favor if you use a lot of virtual instruments or hardware modules in your intended recording workflow. I have worked with many different DAWs and - in my opinion - none of them can equal DP in MIDI recording and editing.

    Of course its audio capabilities are on a par with any other program. It does audio pitch correction right in the channel, no plug-in required, for instance.

    There is not room here for a step 1, step 2 tutorial, but DP is no harder to learn than any other professional DAW. And the manual is well written!

    If your vision of your recording work involves MIDI you should be patient with yourself and DP and stick with it. No DAW that has the capabilities you need is going to be instantly easy to use, that's why people that start with Garage Band end up moving to Logic ProX. Easy comes with limitations.

    Have fun!

    sk

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    I still use n-tracks. Long time ago there was a n-tracks forum... I guess nobody uses it anymore.

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    Sonar 8.5.3 (the revered version). I've been on Sonar since it came out.

    Likes: You can open multiple tracks in the best Staff View available, that lets you copy a bass part from a piano part, for example. The audio display on the tracks is big and fat and that really helps when editing, you can resize the display without changing the track volume. Mostly it's the Staff View that makes me love it. I learned to read music and to not have a Staff View in a DAW is completely baffling to me. I know it's less to support but I either have to scroll until the note is against the virtual piano or hover over each note in turn to see what it is. When you read music, you can see what's going on at a glance across the whole width of the screen.

    Don't likes: It has a few bugs that are minor but irritating. Fading a clip sometimes fades other clips you didn't want faded. If you didn't notice it happening, an instrument could fade out unexpectedly and you have to look around for other erroneous fades and fix them all.

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    I prefer to use Cubase 7

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    Presonus Studio One 5
    Wow, now I feel really stupid. Thanks.

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