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  1. 26-07-2015  #1

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    Favourite DAW to use and why?

    Which DAW is your favourite and why?

    Which do you find easiest to use and which features are best on the software?

  2. 27-07-2015  #2

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    Logic Pro.... recording is easy, the flex tool is amazing and the default plugins are awesome. the adaptive limiter and the multipressor are prolly the best features in my opinion....tracks sounds godly if you know how to use them

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    I use Cubase . Does what I need,mainly editing multitracks and midi files, so haven't found the need to use another DAW.

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    Talking

    Personally, I've been using Fl studio because it was one of the first DAW's I ever saw. I've been getting into the hang of Ableton recently though. :)

  5. 16-11-2015  #5

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    Cubaseee!! its easy to use and im enjoy

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    I use pro tools,
    The reason is that every studio pro works in PT, so I'm learning as much as posible. Before I use to work on Logic, and a bit of Ableton Live, but Live is more to work with synths. Also I think pro tools is easy to edit and work with. And have great results.

  7. 19-06-2016  #7

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    Studio One
    I've used cakewalk, pro tools, Cubase, Ableton Live, Logic
    S1 took the best of all the DAWs I've used into one cohesive package, its streamlined, easy to use, still deep editing function. Just overall inspiring to work with. Also MIDI timing is better then most, sounds great. I can work faster in it. Lastly its available on both Mac and PC which was important for me at this point

  8. 21-06-2016  #8

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    Well peeps

    It used to be cubase

    Now it's Logic Pro X

    Why????

    Because it is simply just logic!

    Everything has been thought of here

    Screen sharing to network computers hence remote access

    A multitude of possibilities for integration with other displays especially with an iPad Pro and 3rd party app

    The content that comes with it is phenomenal

    Eqs are amazing

    Compression options are great

    Side chaining don't even start me!

    Side chain a delay in a vocal bus with the dry vocal??? Try that out and see what happens, or synth group using the vocal to gently dip the levels of other sounds in your mix.

    Midi plugins are awesome too, the chord trigger, arp and note repeat spring to mind.

    Advanced settings, ability to distribute load to specific cpu cores and use virtual cores eh come on!

    The list is endless.

    Haven't even mentioned logic remote, network midi, or full touch control on iOS device

    Logic and (**

    FTW

    Out there and back

  9. 16-11-2016  #9

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    Well, I personnaly use Samplitude. The object editing is simply amazing, and I could not live without it. I know Protools very well, and Samp is way better, although I would like to see some features from PT added to it ! And the sound is... perfect. Mixing in this DAW makes me mix better. Period.

  10. 19-11-2016  #10

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    I use Logic. I only started using it in September (slowly learning my way round it too!) and I do enjoy it. I managed to compose a melody through there for a song I wrote and I have also gotten to grips with the keyboard notes for it so far.

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