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On 1/17/2022 at 11:34 PM, marcosgomes343 said:

Well... I purchased about 2010 FL Studio, but since I decided to do more mastering than mixing, but also mixing and I feel comfort and like the tools Studio One Pro has, I choose this one. For now I own an Ur22 from Steinberg, a singular 2x2 interface and with a splitter I can send signal to the compressor I have (Alesis 3630) and from the Alesis outs to the ins of the Ur22 and my monitors. Simply while mastering I did a trick about making the 1st stage fader down and using the Pipeline about gear integration, so i can assign the master outs and the ins, working fine with the gear I have. For these questions and the great support I choose Studio One.

The only thing is about the mixing part being cohesive for this trick, so the mastering project out of this technique because it's a single interface with 2x2, but works fine about songs so I process after that in the project.

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I use Cubase 11 Pro to write and mix. When it's time to master, I use Wavelab 11 Pro. It's dead simple to transfer a project from Cubase to Wavelab, and vice versa. Each new release is much easier to use than the last. I wish Steinberg had an equivalent to the Push 2.

When I'm editing audiobooks or podcasts, I almost exclusively work using Wavelab 11 Pro. The Audio Montage is practically made for this type of work, and having a tight workflow that gives me quick access to a spectrogram, comprehensive metering, and a great selection of plugins makes work a breeze...not to mention features like auto ducking (with controllable volume envelopes).

I'd never judge anyone for using Fruityloops. If the workflow makes sense and it helps you make the music you love, use it. 

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On 2/3/2021 at 2:31 AM, manuelmarino said:

I still think that the combination Cubase + Wavelab is one of the most powerful. Used together, the quality you can reach is State of the Art. Means the maximum quality available thanks to modern technology and professional skills. I could not work without them, so thank you Steinberg.

So glad to see another member of team Wavelab/Cubase

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On 5/8/2021 at 6:37 AM, gangester said:

Yes Reaper is a bit hard to learn however it is worth it trust me.

The reason I’m saying this is mainly the price of $60.

The second thing is incredibly stable, no matter what happens to your pc or whatever you throw at him he is not gonna crash.

And is very generous with the amount of power that it requires even with the massive projects.

I have a project from 2 years ago, a very complex one with 20 tracks and tons of plugins, the length of the project is 30 hours.

God bless the guy who created it.

The only issue that i have with it is the out of the box theme, i hate it. But there are a lot of themes to choose from so it’s not that of an issue.

Is that $60 a month?

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On 7/31/2021 at 2:30 PM, newsmike said:

Agree, plus you get that world class support from Adobe if you need it. If you use Reaper and something goes wrong, you are screwed. 

Thank you so much for this information, Newsmaker! I thought about changing, but probably would have asked about support. You have saved me a lot of time researching though. 

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14 hours ago, adulaide said:

ok, i'll juts drop it and leave......... FL STUDIO.

 

aaaaaa (this is me running away, ok, i'm kidding)

 

btw, hi there everybody 🙂 i'm new to fiverr 🙂

hey!! Welcome!!

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FL Studio since the last 10 years. I remember I wanted to shift to reaper sometime ago but it's just so much hassle starting out again on another DAW especially since I already know the nooks and crannies of this one. 

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Newer answer: Harrison Mixbus v7 (because I own v7, but will for the future possibily upgrade). Intuitive, good style compressors (leveller is my favorite); analog emulated with accurate algorithms, not so expensive for what gives; accurate analysis after bouncing (if you wish), supports VST, AU (macOS), LV2 plug-ins formats running into Windows, macOS and Linux environment. Good support via phone calls, good community some options on the go like pressing shift for looking maximum and minimum LUFS things, well... my DAW of choice! PS: Other DAWs are good too, just my opinion.

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