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In this video, Echo Sound Works will answer the question we’ve all asked at some point, what DAW is the best one?

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  • I've broke it down to 2 DAWs that are my favorites! Logic Pro 8 is is the best deal! You get a lot of content for the money. Ran it on my Mac G4 but my music demands have out grown my G4 so now I use Cubase Pro 8.5 on a PC. I started using Logic when it was a PC app then Apple bought it. Got Cubase SX 1 right when Apple bought Emagic and Logic, I didn't know for a long time that Emagic created Garage Band for Apple computers. Then I upgraded to Cubase SX 3 and Cubase 4. In between SX 3 and Cubase 4 I got interested in Sonar starting with Home Studio and went all the way up to Sonar Professional 2016. Sonar is the least reliable DAW that I've ever used! It's just buggy even now! I've mostly used to mix songs from Logic. It has a problem with VSTs. Just go to the Sonar Forum and see all complaints! They hate me on the Sonar forum because I always point out flaws! So right now I use Cubase Pro 8.5. It works for me. Checking out Reaper, it's probably going to replace Sonar. It has not complained about my VSTs!! Yea!! I have to have at least one DAW that doesn't require that stupid dongle to operate!

  • cubase is the most simple dawive used idk how you got confused with it i had that with fl studio though i don't like how everythings seperated like you have your loop maker and your arranger i prefer the way cubase does it everythings all in one space

  • I USE FL STUDIO AND REASON, NOW IN MY OPINION FL STUDIOS INTERFACE AND WORKFLOW MAKES IT A LOT EASIER TO BE CREATIVE, BUT REASONS SAMPLING AND SOUND QUALITY IS A LOT BETTER. FL STUDIO HAS A METALLIC SOUND TO IT SO YOU HAVE TO EDIT AND MASTER THE CRAPS OUT THE TRACK, BUT IN REASON YOU DON'T.

  • i've got a big question, i'll try to explain easy. i recorded some tracks on reaper hot enough so main bus was clipping, but no clip on individual tracks. then i export stems and open them with studio one 3, main bus also clips. i do the gain staging with VU meter at -18 and now main bus it's ok and not clipping and then i export stems, and open those on reaper and i instantly notice it sound a bit louder, and then not only that but main bus starts clipping, but i re check on studio one with those same files and they don't clip and also sound quieter.. question is, is it possible they are like calibrated different, or does one has more headroom than the other or am i doing something wrong? thx a lot!

  • Explain what you mean via your experience by DAW's having different sounds. Other than Mixbus or the plugin in Studio one.The convertor is what makes the sound, I have never noticed a difference. If there is one it has to be microscopic. I don't think anyone is going to listen to a cd and say "they should of use Logic, I can tell they didn't"    Same goes for the software vs Hardware. It is so close now no one will be able to listen to once piece of music and instantly tell they used the hardware or software on that recording.    I don't hear a difference with good software. If I do it is microscopic. However, when I listen to 2 different pieces of hardware I hear the same type of differences.

  • My Ableton Live doesn't work properly on my computer anymore -I really miss it – Logic is fine, but it's not Ableton – I can't afford to re-purchase Live either .It's like having your best friend betray you – Agree that a DAW is a personal choice – also once you get used to working with one DAW, another can seem like an alien world –

  • This is true. However, what IS empirically true is that if you want to be a professional engineer in a studio (you know what I mean), well, you have to know Pro Tools inside-and-out. Period. This is an empirical fact. It's like using Microsoft Excel. Every functioning adult who has a day job just simply has to know how to make a PivotTable in a professional environment. This doesn't mean you have to like it, you just have to know how to do it. That being said, if you are NOT interested in working your way up through the ranks at studios on their payroll, use whatever the fuck works for you. It doesn't matter.

  • It's important to remember that each of these DAW companies watch eachother. If a company comes out with a great feature for DAW X, don't just transfer over to DAW X. As your daw will very likely come out with the same feature in the next update or 2.

  • been a reason user all my life 😀 the lack of ability to use VSTs forced me to actually learn how sound design works, which i dont think wouldve happened if i had been able to use vsts. love the workflow but you do need to be very fluent in sound design to get a lot of those popular sounds, and the fm ones are hard to get through fm alone. if presets are your thing, reason has some good ones, but not as many of the modern ones

  • so annoying when you get the Ableton users that frown upon the Fl users or logic on cubsse etc etc Fl12 is lovely looking it fits my 3 x32 inch monitors great and I can use it so I stick with it

  • Do you guys think Ableton is a good choice? Is it still supported? I heard they do not support VST3 plugins. I am wondering if it's just an decision they made or is it because the DAW is outdated? Regards, Thilo