[Music Discussion] What DAW do you use and why do you use it?

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@djDarkX - I'd be seriously considering this if I wasn't already set up for the time being, it's already taken me years to learn the plugins I have as it is (I have bad impulse control when I see cool things on sale)  :p  


@HexMozart88 - I also started out with guitar tablature...  :wub:   I'm still a bit on the slow side when it comes to reading notes because I don't really use scores for writing?  I write quicker using piano roll methods, but I'm trying to get myself to use music theory on a more conscious level these days.  I still can't see myself using the cubase score editor that much in the long run (even though it is very powerful in the pro version) but at the very least I wanna start being way more conscious of my keys and chord variation/voicing in the future.  Cubase has a bunch of tools for staying in specific keys/switching keys and adding chords quickly, so it's not like I even have laziness as an excuse haha.
 

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FL studio. Been using this DAW for the last 8+ years or so. It doesn't have the best interface and tools for working with audio / vocals, but I give it an S+ for MIDI work. Most fluid and intuitive piano roll I've ever used, and I've tried a lot of different DAWs. Works best for me, especially since I use more synths/samplers and VSTs.
 

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I use FL Studio for my compositions, I think this is the best audio editor for beginners. It also fits perfectly with my VST plugins and gives a great sound. I recently bought new VST plugins for my electric guitar from the Blue Buzz Music store and the operator offered me a licensed version of FL Studio for my purchase, but I already had it. The sound quality of your musical instruments can be adjusted in FL Studio and thanks to various plugins, you can achieve the perfect sound. Good luck.
 
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I use FL Studio (the $200~ version, forgot what it's called)
It took me a long time to have the money to buy it but .. god. It's SO much more user friendly than the freeware DAW I used before (cakewalk). I know it hurts to shovel out that much money if you're low income, but it's so worth it IMO. If you can, highly recommend.

There's also a huge community around it, so it's easy to learn. I'm particularly fond of busyworksbeats
 

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