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    I've searched for awhile for a DAW that I can use intuitively. FL Studio sent me to the crazy house. Then I tried Reaper. Yay! I can actually sit down, explore ideas, work in real time and produce what I see in my head. Recommended highly.

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    Well... FL is great for drum patterns, fast sampling and electronic music in general.
    I would recommend Samplitude.

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    I'll check it out!

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    And yes. Cubase for all genre.

    never mind the botox zagi2
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    I think any DAW where you feel competent is great. You kind of can't go wrong in my opinion, just depends what flavor you like.

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    1 vote here for Cubase. Downvote for Pro Tools despite being an industry standard

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    Try Studio ONE i use cubase pro and studio one is cheaper but also Steing berg has a lot more cheaperper version download the free trial see if you like

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    Try Caustic. Intuitive and really easy to use, even you use it live, with or without the unlocking key, which unlocks the project save/export feature. And it's totally free, from the very beginning, on both Windows and mobile.

    Sometimes limitation sprouts creativity.

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    Thanks!

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    BTW, I've settled on Reaper 6 as my DAW of choice.For what I'm doing, which is mixing immersive meditation environments, it's perfect.

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    Studio One for me

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    thanks

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