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    Which DAW do you use?


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    I prefer Cubase to other DAWs. Cubase looks simple and is user friendly. I've also used FL Studio and Ableton live, but I find Cubase handy. Generally, I program drums and sometimes mix as well. I use Superior Drummer and Addictive Drums to program the drums.
    Which DAW do you guys prefer?

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    I'm working with Cubase and Reason 5. Sucks they do not connect to each other on my versions. But those are the only things I need.

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    REAPER is what I've been using since August 2012.

    It's epic as fuck.

    I've been using FL Studio and Goldwave for about... 8 years?

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    @Loyal: I find Reason quite complicated.
    @mdemaz: wowww..for 8 years???? You must be an expert by now. I've been programming and stuff for just 3 years.

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    i started on hardware workstations in the 90's. transitioned to digital when cubase vst came out in 2k. been sticking with ableton live ever since. i still use hardware synths and turntables in my music and remixes.
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    I've no experience of working with hardware workstations. Please share some of your experiences. Which one did you find easier, working with hardwares or working digitally? IMO, working digitally was way easier and less tedious.
    Anyways, you have a good setup!

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    Pro tools 10 hd

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    A lot of my friends use Pro Tools but I've never used it. I'm fine with Cubase.

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    I like Logic for making music, or Ableton Live on Windows. Pro tools is better for recording.

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    Ableton is a good DAW. Haven't used Logic and Pro tools though.

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    I've had to learn different DAWs for school. I don't have Pro Tools at home but use it on my school's studio.

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    Im using FL Studio to compose the beats and i mix them in Pro Tools

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    I'm currently using Cubase 5 & a Akai xr-20 for beats combined with fruityloops for the musical sequences. I plan on upgrading to Protools eventually.

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    Good to know guys.
    @TuRon: I'm using Cubase 5 too. I'm planning to get Cubase 7. Heard it's really good and handy.

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    FLStudio I've used in the past to make EDM tracks. It's good for beginners. While it does take a lot of time to learn, it is much easier to use than others. Don't forget, big producers like Avicii and Afrojack use it. Makes it legit.

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