Which DAW do you use?

Klypse

Space Diggin..
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#1
I started off using Reason Propellerhead and still uses it.
I tried FL Studio but I can't really dig it.
I heard Albeton is really good and user friendly.
I tried Pro Tools and like it.

Which Daw do you guys/gals use? No Particular reason, I just want to know what everyone like to use. :cool:
 
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I use Fl studio, I tried Abelton but couldn't really get into it. I have a good workflow in Fl studio but am not against trying other DAW's.
 
#5
I don't have a DAW I'm using yet but I may try either Reaper or Studio One so has anyone tried either or both?
 

crog85

Back to the Grind...
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Don't laugh... but GarageBand '11. Had my eye on Logic for a while, and hear Ableton is good... Ableton Lite came with my audio interface, but never tried it out...
 

Bugsy

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I started using reaper, then tried fruity loops then settled for ableton all in the same year that I started. Ableton is too easy that I dont even have defaults. I havent even touched the fruity loops I won from the battle. I definitely want to try out pro tools.

but then again all daws are typically the same so it boils down to what perfectly fits your workflow or what you get used to.

I just need to get my ass to work on music more. havent had much inspiration for a few months now. :(
 
#10
I ve been using FL Studio since years. Just started mixing some tracks in Studio One since a couple of weeks and there is a huge change. I copied the same stems to both DAWs, export them, and Studio One sound way lot clearer
 

thedreampolice

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I don't have a DAW I'm using yet but I may try either Reaper or Studio One so has anyone tried either or both?
I have used both extensively. Reaper is fantastic if you are willing to spend the time to customize it to your liking. Studio one just works right out the box. Of course it is more expensive.
 

A.R. DASUPASTAR

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I started using reaper, then tried fruity loops then settled for ableton all in the same year that I started. Ableton is too easy that I dont even have defaults. I havent even touched the fruity loops I won from the battle. I definitely want to try out pro tools.

but then again all daws are typically the same so it boils down to what perfectly fits your workflow or what you get used to.

I just need to get my ass to work on music more. havent had much inspiration for a few months now. :(
oouh oouh. lemme have that FL STUDIO lol
 

EsquireMusic111

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All this week I've been diving into Ableton and from what I've learned it's really powerful! For those that have used it for a while, what's your process like?
I have had Ableton for a few months now and have yet to use it. I did pull it up and was pretty confused. It's definitely something I plan on tackling by the end of August.
 
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