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  • GarageBand

    6 2.84%
  • Logic Pro

    23 10.90%
  • Mixcraft

    8 3.79%
  • Pro Tools

    12 5.69%
  • Reason

    6 2.84%
  • Sonar

    15 7.11%
  • Reaper

    45 21.33%
  • Studio One

    25 11.85%
  • Cubase

    24 11.37%
  • Ableton

    9 4.27%
  • FL Studio

    12 5.69%
  • other

    26 12.32%
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Thread: What DAW are you using?

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    I've stuck with Magix consumer stuff since 2003. Since I do Linux, there's Ardour & Mixbus. Mixbus had a new teaser vid out a couple days ago.

    I don't like the Magix game plan very much. They want me to buy NEW, every year : ) With Magix, it was because of the old Logic Sequencer. Today, I'm thinking I'm just buying plugs for the price of the new version.

    The Linux stuff runs real nice, though, I don't get in there very often. I do like the Harrison play on the mixer.

    I do like the disk recorders, but got to edit when needed in a DAW. Sometimes my first track will be from Windows Sound Recorder

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    Add another for Studio One. It's currently in 2nd in the poll, I see.
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    Ardour 5.x I've used Audacity for years, so you can guess my needs are simple. Ardour seems awesome enuf that I donate.
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    IMO Audacity though basic is underrated by a lot of DAW snobs.

    Surprised not a single vote for GarageBand; I got the impression it was very popular.

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    I bought the upgrade Mixbus v4 on March 4th, but haven't had a chance to install it yet. I really do like the mixer

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    Used to use GarageBand, and loved it, regardless of what some say.

    Now that I have less access to my Mac (and I use PCs more, anyway), I have started to use Reaper, and can see that it is extremely flexible.

    I would highly recommend it.
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    I've been using Sonar for about 2 years. have upgraded to platinum . but , am doing the subscription. Not crazy about paying for it FOREVER .Like the DAW; Pro Channel,comping and all that, and am used to the work flow. But as I said am not crazy about pricing model I'm stuck with. It seems like Reaper gets a lot of love. My question would it be worth switching to reaper; how do the two compare ie work flow ect... any thoughts Thanks

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    Reaper. Had no doubts about renewing when I'd finished my free updates.

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