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Novak5
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It took me time to read it all… :) Let’s see: Cubase 5, FL 10 + VST (EWQL Gold, Drums of War 2, Symphobia 1, 2 sometimes to save time) + samples + etc. :)

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Adigold
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Logic pro /protools / cubase 6/ ableton live

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Blinn
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I use Audacity. Many people underestimate the usefulness of Audacity. First off, it’s entirely free and second, there are many plugins which you can download to help expand your capabilities. I have at least 100 plugins on my current version of Audacity, and let me tell you, I’ve looked around for other sound and music programs, but I have yet to find anything as useful as Audacity for me. :)

On a less-relevant note, I don’t write music yet. I only do sound effects for now.

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Fl studio 10

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