What is DAW?
DAW’s (Digital Audio Workstation) basically used in Music Studio in order to edit, mix, repeat the voice and instrumental sound and finally for production Music. In this Digital Era, All modern Music Studio use Digital Audio Workstation to edit their track. This computer program changed the music field form the last decade. In the market for music, lots of DAW are available for editing music. But most of the Professional music Studio take advantage from DAW to produce quality Track.
How can I choose the best DAW
You will use DAW application obviously for a reason. And obviously, it is for producing music. Choosing a Best DAW for your music project is varies and depends on several facts. The first thing, as a music lover you know there is a different kind of music actually exist and they are different from each other. That’s why there are many DAW that designed especially for HipHop Song mixing or Classic Song Mixing or DJ make. Now you have to select, on which field of music you want to work on. Secondly, consider your budget. For some DAW you have to cost a lot for use them. But you probably want to Buy your DAW within your Budget. If you want to mix a track in your home studio then choose a normal one. But for business purpose, you have to choose a best one by paying high.
First Try a Free DAW or Trial One
If you are a beginner to Music Editing, it will be best if you edit your song with a free software. First Learn the basic of a DAW. And the core concept of DAW is same to both “Paid DAW and Free DAW”.
Free Trial DAW is the best friend to selecting a Right one for you. You can be experiencing it before purchase it. Many companies offer a free trial for 7 Days or 30 Days. So before buying a DAW take a deep look at every feature of your own. It is the best option for Selecting right product.
Learn Multiple DAW
Work on your Project With Different DAW and learn new feature that does not common. It will extend your knowledge and working experience. When you will learn multiple DAW, you will realize which is the best for your Project. Basically, it is the best way to choose a best and yourself compatible DAW.
The following guide will be helpful for selecting and picking the right one. See the list of DAW given below. I have referred the most used and popular DAW used all over the world even in the Professional studio. Almost all of them are the free trial available. So you have a chance to try out before purchasing a best one.
1. Ableton Live 9
From my personal opinion and experience Ableton Live 9 is a great DAW and audio managing software toolkit that really can be a handful for your studio project either home studio or a professional music studio.
2. Avid Pro Tools
Avid pro tools another best tools for producing professional quality music track and used worldwide in most of the professional studio. You can start learning to use Avid Pro tools without any question. Because millions of industries and media company using avid for producing their music and loops.
3. Logic Pro X
Login pro is also a leading DAW in the world created by Apple inc. Its allow you all the power you need in production. If you’re fond of automation while editing, you can choose logic as your magic tools. Logic Pro automatically match the timing of your track with smart tempo features. Massive collection of plugin and effect that feel you creativity while selecting the deep effect. Flex pitch, flex time, logic remote, multi-touch mixing, pair and play and many other pro features enjoy with the Logic pro.
4. FL Studio
If you love the better User Interface (UI) while editing then FL Studio is for you. FL studio formally Fruity loops created by Image Line Software and original author Didier Dambrin first appeared in 1897 about 20 years ago. FL Studio is the most used DAW mostly used by the non-technical producers for its simple and easy to use features also used by many pro producers.
5. Steinberg Cubase Pro
6. Cakewalk Sonar Platinum
7. Studio One
9. Propellerhead Reason
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