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> 15 Best Daw Software Apps In The World Fyi, According to musicradar.com
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post Mar 19 2013, 01:21 PM
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In some searching I ran across this and thought it may be helpful to someone....

http://www.musicradar.com/tuition/tech/the...-238905#!15


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post Mar 19 2013, 01:54 PM
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Since FL Studio is number 1 on that list I'm gonna guess that musicradar users are mostly beat making users. laugh.gif

Of course it's a matter of prefence and finance but for me, that list is totally wrong tongue.gif


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post Mar 19 2013, 05:47 PM
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QUOTE (Rated Htr @ Mar 19 2013, 07:54 AM) *
Since FL Studio is number 1 on that list I'm gonna guess that musicradar users are mostly beat making users. laugh.gif

Of course it's a matter of prefence and finance but for me, that list is totally wrong tongue.gif



Well, honestly I didn't figure the order of this list would fit any one person's taste.... I mostly threw it out because it is a list.

I wouldn't have any idea if I agreed with this list or not anyhow, as I personally still use pedals and audacity just to record my stream. I use zero vst plugins as well... i experimented with them, but I ended up just pushing that idea to the side for awhile and continue to use my existing rig to> USB sound card to> audacity for recording my tracks. It's not pretty, but it gets me by for now until I get a little better setup. Then maybe I'll go back to researching the DAW's and VST's.

I know I would love a better DAW, but I don't have much time and don't want to feel like I'm taking away from my actual playing time just to learn a DAW, so I just record in about as basic of a fashion as possible.

What are you currently using, and how well do you like it?





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