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FaroukMallah says

i was using Cubase 5, just bought 7 ! upgrading my studio :)

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UJ-pro says

I use Cubase 6 64Bit on i7-2600k and win7 64Bit.

Started in the 80s with Commodore C64 and the Sequencer Prog “Supertrack” from C-Lab. For that time it worked great. Just MIDI, every Keyboard put out 1 Instrument. :-) Great experimental time. Who reminds?

With the Atari ST500 I switched to Cubase 1.0

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Revturkey says

@Soundfix…

Yes, that whole Cubase window swapping drove me mad. To be honest, they are all pretty good these days if you can be bothered to learn your way around them…which I can’t. I got Pro Tools bundled with my audio interface and it does the job. I don’t know many tricks with it, just enough to be able to use it like an old multitrack tape machine with desk and outboard. I am not a big fan of too much DAW trickery. I think if you are not careful you start to ‘look’ at music rather than ‘listen’ to it….but needs must I guess.

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dbSounds says

Ableton and Logic

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Mayerhuber says

Lol, I seem to be the only AJ-member who uses Samplitude. It’s a bit old-fashioned, but I love it. Definitely underrated. I love Pro Tools for mixing and post production.

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Nikita_Dujin says

I was using Cubase since version SX3 (had 15 years when I’ve started with music, and that was my first DAW). Now days Cubase 5 ,because I can work in it with my eyes closed. Anyway find a bit boring to use it for composing properties, so I use Ableton, FL studio and Reason for that, and for mixing and recording live Cubase. I’ve learned PT in collage, but I don’t own it (one day I will)... Own SE version, and I think It’s better not to describe it. But in kind word, that gift was most frustrated gift in my life, think that AVID should be sued for it (even it’s free with m-audio cards). Anyway,In my opinion any software is same thing, but some are prettier than others (and Cubase 5 is ugliest of all)...

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wingzara says

I am almost the odd man out with Protools M9. I have had no stability problems with it at all and I especially like the midi editor and the mixing page.

Because of latency, I sometimes record specific tracks (tight rhythm guitar) on my older Yamaha 24 track hardware and import them. The Yamaha recordings are pristine, rock solid and it NEVER glitches or drops out during a take. Although it has automix, it is the non-visual editing which lets it down for modern applications.

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UniikMedia says

Am I the only FL user here? :notfunny:

FL + ProTools here

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Kurlykovs says

@Soundfix… Yes, that whole Cubase window swapping drove me mad. To be honest, they are all pretty good these days if you can be bothered to learn your way around them…which I can’t. I got Pro Tools bundled with my audio interface and it does the job. I don’t know many tricks with it, just enough to be able to use it like an old multitrack tape machine with desk and outboard. I am not a big fan of too much DAW trickery. I think if you are not careful you start to ‘look’ at music rather than ‘listen’ to it….but needs must I guess.

Presonus studio one 2 is made by ex cubase guys and they clearly avoided lotsa windows! it is all in one window and very drag and drop style :)

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Umbra_Lampas says

now I use sonar x2 producer and fl studio for redcording and mixing. also adobe audition cs 5.5 for mastering.

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