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    The Best DAW


    Hey guyz this is my first post on free sound.org so I'd like to apologize in advance if I've done this thread wrong but What I wanted to talk about is this awesome app I found about 6 months ago called music studio. MusicStudio, a digital audio workstation, is available in the App Store and has provided me with many hours of entertainment and I suggest you check it out. It is the best DAW (digital audio workstation) for any moble device that I have seen. (Note $15 price tag)

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    Ive not really had any experience in mobile DAW's however may I say this.

    The best DAW is the one you have.

    The one you know how to use.

    Dont let anyone try to say "cubase is crap, protools only"

    personally I cant use cubase , the HUI was not for me . but i appreciate that it can be used , and alot of people are better with cubase than I am with protools.

    So if your enjoying it man , keep it up.

    door specialist.
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    .. he is either reseller or creator of it. :happy

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    Thought ide add some relevant info though smile

    door specialist.
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    JarredGibb wrote:
    The best DAW is the one you have.

    This.

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    toiletrolltube wrote:
    afleetingspeck wrote:
    JarredGibb wrote:
    The best DAW is the one you have.

    This.

    "Mine's" the best! Have you heard of it?

    Absolutely, mine is the best. Glad you have heard it as well. wink

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    Cubase 7.5 for sure !! ♫

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    Ardour:

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    I use Cubase for composing / arranging, Pro Tools for all my tracking and editing, and Cool Edit Pro for mastering and sample editing. They're all great in some areas and lacking in others.

    Whatever software you have, learn the snot out of it until you become expert at it. THAT is what makes it good. smile

    Ciao for now,
    Sandy.

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    At the risk of repeating others: the one you have, the one you know how to use, the one you’re comfortable with.

    Some people are still using ancient versions of Cubase on Atari STEs, and the reason is that they know how it works, they know how to bend it to their will, and it’s just a tool for getting what they’re hearing in their heads into musical form.

    This applies to musical tools generally. It’s best not to take notice of people who say “that’s a toy for kids, use this” because most of them are not very good musicians anyway. My own experience is that I was only able to start creating when I consciously decided to ignore such people.

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    ...he says, after not realising this is a resurrection of an old spam thread. Note to self: actually read the first post properly before replying... >_

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    jamesabdulrahman wrote:
    ...he says, after not realising this is a resurrection of an old spam thread. Note to self: actually read the first post properly before replying... >_

    It's OK. This needed to be said.

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    jamesabdulrahman wrote:
    At the risk of repeating others: the one you have, the one you know how to use, the one you’re comfortable with.

    Some people are still using ancient versions of Cubase on Atari STEs, and the reason is that they know how it works, they know how to bend it to their will, and it’s just a tool for getting what they’re hearing in their heads into musical form.

    This applies to musical tools generally. It’s best not to take notice of people who say “that’s a toy for kids, use this” because most of them are not very good musicians anyway. My own experience is that I was only able to start creating when I consciously decided to ignore such people.


    How very right.

    never mind the botox zagi2

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