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adammonroe says

Sonar. Would like to mess around with other Daws (maybe Digital Performer) but it can get pretty expensive…would rather spend the money on samples (more or less done buying instruments, mics, ect.)

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Eirendin says

first used the fl studio but after six months of dancing with a tambourine, I have not managed to achieve the desired result, and I tried cubase 5, and use it to this day because it was able to make it all that is planned and what was not able to fl studio. Although Fl studio is much easier :)

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Grayhem says

Mixcraft 6! VERY easy to use! :)

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StudioEtude says

I use my Roland “Fantom-G 6”, Roland JW-50 (as midi controller), Yamaha psr 540, Fl studio10, Samplitude 11…

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bugakov_maxim says

Studio one 2.0

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waxxmaster says

Pro Tools 10

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tarasiewski says

I’ve been using cubase for years but recently I switched to Studio One and must say it improved a lot my way of making music. Worth to try

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Basspartout says

I’ve been using cubase for years but recently I switched to Studio One and must say it improved a lot my way of making music. Worth to try
+1, exactly the same experience
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Jonah-B says

Well I feel like I’ve had a good opportunity to really dig into Logic over the last couple of weeks. I finished up my first real song with it earlier today. I have to say, it’s freaking fantastic! Lots of nice time saving features. I’m loving every minute of it!

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sschafi1 says

I mostly use Pro Tools. If I’m scoring music and need to make actual sheets, I’ll use Finale (for MIDI editing as well).

When I need to run many instances of Kontakt or Play, I’ll use REAPER (which is x64 unlike PT).

Great programs all around :)

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