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  1. 21-11-2016  #11

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    Northern you need to keep one credit in your account

    I've helped you this time but it won't happen again

    Logic is great btw

    Out there and back

  2. 01-12-2016  #12

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    Hi, I use Studio One 3 its very because you use it as a record player, simple

    If I need midi I use Ableton Live (since I was using Cubase for a long time and also Sonar or Logic but there are full of many things that only an engineer could understand !!! and that 's why they are heavy for the computer and crash so many times in the middle of your inspiration ;)

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    Its a complicated process

  4. 06-02-2017  #14

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    I use Reaper and Pro Tools

    Mostly Reaper because I do it quickly than in PT

  5. 22-02-2017  #15

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    Cubase.
    I use Pro Tools when needed, but Cubase is my preference.

  6. 23-02-2017  #16

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    I started using Cubase back when it was called "Pro 24" on Atari ST..
    Logic was called Notator back then..

    Pro 24 then became Cubase and then Cubase VST on Windows..
    if I was starting out today I would probably favour Logic Pro..
    but you need to be on Mac as there is no version for Windows
    Last edited by gillbates; 23-02-2017 at 03:05.

  7. 15-05-2018  #17

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonnyblack View Post
    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
    I agree! I used Cubase and FL, but S1 is the best DAW.

  8. 26-11-2018  #18

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    I use Reaper because I bought it and so I'm obligated to my self to use it. Lol. Also I wanted to get into remixing so read up on what I knew I needed like beat mapping and all that jazz. It's only as a hobby so didn't have a budget for pro software I'd barely use the features of. I got obsessed over reading tutorials and watching videos of this elusive art of beat or tempo mapping. And in most it was done by hand. Not wanting to put up with this unacceptable situation I found Reaper was scriptable so thought up some theories on how to automate the process. Then set out to test my ideas and found it worked well enough to be useful. Well most of the time with some manual intervention when needed. I also joined their forum and found them to be friendly enough and with people willing to help. Which helped.

    As to be easy to use I think Reaper is hardest on the beginner and even now after being used to it editing quirks can be annoying. But I have a good setup now with some custom buttons for functions I use a bit. So am happy with that. The custom editor could do with some work though. If I can't find something, then I can script it if it's simple enough.

    Though the intent is to program in music, not program the DAW. So perhaps Reaper is best explained the way those music trackers used to be explained as, a music program for programmers. :-D

  9. 27-02-2019  #19

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    Logic Pro's been my go-to for about 5 years, it's got everything I need.

  10. 11-04-2019  #20

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    My favorite DAW is FL Studio, but I use Studio One too... ;)

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