View Poll Results: best daw software for recording?

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  • Sonar

    76 14.13%
  • cubase

    102 18.96%
  • acid

    9 1.67%
  • adobe

    20 3.72%
  • pro tools (m-audio)

    68 12.64%
  • nuendo

    15 2.79%
  • logic

    76 14.13%
  • other (please specify)

    172 31.97%
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    Hi. I've been using Cakewalk/SONAR for 20 years this year, but am in the process of learning Studio One 4 Pro properly.
    I also use MixBus 4 at times, as well as Wavelab 8 Elements and (just got) Cubase 9.5 Elements.
    I also have REAPER and PT 1st installed, but haven't gotten along with them so far
    All the best.

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    Wow. I am surprised and happy to see Sonar rank No. 2. Have been using it for 18 years. Still using it today and loving it!
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    Use Ableton Live and be happy while even Adobe could be a great choice for many recording things.

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    I'll go with an unknown DAW for recording called Acoustica.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mou View Post
    I'll go with an unknown DAW for recording called Acoustica.
    HI, it's not helpful to hide an affiliate link appearing to be a link to something else...
    Here is your actual link
    https://reverb.grsm.io/recording

    By Acoustica, you mean Mixcraft, which is not a good DAW, which is why it is not used much.

    I'm not sure if this group allows affiliate links.

    You'd be better off just typing or showing the actual link. It will be clickable just as it is.
    Last edited by jimmys69; 3 Weeks Ago at 14:58.

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    Record in Logic
    Mess around in Ableton

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    I use cubase pro and have for almost 15 years now.

    That said, I don't recommend it to people starting. If reaper existed when I started I would have gone with that. The price is just to good for a full featured daw.

    Studio one is also excellent and not so dang expensive.
    My home studio ---> www.nerolstudio.com

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