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  • GarageBand

    6 2.93%
  • Logic Pro

    23 11.22%
  • Mixcraft

    8 3.90%
  • Pro Tools

    12 5.85%
  • Reason

    6 2.93%
  • Sonar

    15 7.32%
  • Reaper

    44 21.46%
  • Studio One

    24 11.71%
  • Cubase

    22 10.73%
  • Ableton

    8 3.90%
  • FL Studio

    11 5.37%
  • other

    26 12.68%
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Thread: What DAW are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JarrodMO View Post
    And even that's unfair because of the advancements that Steinberg has made with their software. My two cents. :-)
    Two thoughts emerge from this:

    1 Learning a new DAW may not seem as hard as learning your first DAW, and it may seem that the new DAW is therefore better than the old DAW. However, it may be that the act of learning the old DAW gave you a big boost when it came to learning the new one.

    2 When comparing a DAW you used in the past with one you use now, you may come to think that the new is way better than the old. Which it probably is. However, the old is not normally immutable, and will also have changed for the better over time, so the fairer comparison would be comparing the new DAW with the old DAW in its current iteration.

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    For sure, gecko zzed. I suppose there really is no fair comparison because I haven't used anything Cubase related in quite a number of years. Probably close to a decade. :-)

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    The differences seem to boil down to how you like to create music - in a linear manner, or based on repeating patterns and loops. What I do know is that Cubase is so different between users. If I watch somebody on youtube, I stop watching their video and thinking instead - why does their screen look like that? what did they just do that did that? Oh - THAT'S how that feature gets used etc etc. Too feature filled for anyone to know everything, so we all know our own favourite tricks.

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    Protools & Logic

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    Started on garage band (if thatís even considered a daw) and move into Ableton

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    Started on some version of N Tracks my first dive into digital. Used Cubase and Samplitude until going in the box with ProTools. Still have projects in Samp and PT but moving everything over to StudioOne and/or Cubase

    Update: nah...

    PT still the king. Everything else has bell and whistles to the point of distraction. I’ve gotten 4 tunes done, from concept to completion in 2 days in ProTools...takes me 2 days to decide anything in anything else.
    Last edited by Ken in Midland; 05-10-2020 at 11:43. Reason: Update

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    I am using:

    - FL Studio
    - Samplitude Pro X5
    - Renoise

    This is how it is now.

    P.S.:

    For many years it was:

    - Samplitude / Renoise
    - Symphony (Amiga)
    (and I didn't even own FL Studio)

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