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  1. FL Studio. Nothing else compares. And dude this is a perfect site. I love it. Its my new homepage!

  2. been usin fl for like 10 years.
    got reaper too but dont use it much. plan to use it for sound design and dropping vocals and makin tracks in fl. i used pro tools while takin a sound sesign class and think reaper is on the same level but easier. still learnin reaper but lovin it.. use maschine inside fl all the time. its a breeze ta sample wit maschine

  3. been usin fl for like 10 years.
    got reaper too but dont use it much. plan to use it for sound design and dropping vocals and makin tracks in fl. i used pro tools while takin a sound sesign class and think reaper is on the same level but easier. still learnin reaper but lovin it

  4. My favorite music recording software (and the one I use currently) is Logic Pro. I don’t know what it is, but I love it. They have everything I need, I can plug in any type of USB or line-in connection instrument or keyboard, and Logic recognizes it immediately. I also like it because I took a music production class, and we used Logic Pro. Like others, I do also like Reason.

  5. Reason 6 for ideas & quick vocal scratch pad. Reaper for final arrangements, mixing, vocals, etc. started with FL-moved to Cubase & loved it until an update made it too glitchy for my liking.

  6. MASCHINE IS ALL HAVE TO SAY. HANDS DOWN THE DOPEST SOFTWARE/HARDWARE ON THE MARKET>

  7. Fl Studio for beat production and Sonar to record voices…but now,Sonar x1 also has a great step sequencer easy to produce tracks as in Fl Studio,I’m waiting the day Image Line will develop better tracks to record voices because other tools in Fl Studio are simply awesome…

  8. I chop up samples in Adobe Audition, build the beat in FL Studio then track it out back in Adobe Audition.

  9. protools and Fl studio10 but I look forward to working with Maschine asap !!!

  10. Started off wit fl studio which was cool, it was really easy to use. Then I was introduced to logic and have been using it since

  11. Without a doubt the most underrated piece of music production software is Reaper. and I’ve been rolling with that for about a year or so now. Its really great and I suggest everybody give it a try if you haven’t already!!!

  12. FL studio. I’ve used them all and started with the EPS and ASR 10. I like that can get my ideas down quick with FL and get complex with the sounds and add FX quick when needed!

  13. Reason 5 and Logic Pro 9 .. Those are the 2 I always turn to, probably due to familiarity . I have other daw’s, pro tools, studio one, live, but don’t have the time to learn them . It’s most efficient to open up what I know and get down to business.

  14. The Latest version of REASON w/ Cubase.

    It works very well for my creationz. ~Smooth Workflow

  15. I find holes and problems in anything software hardware, etc.. there’s something good and bad about each software. It’s more about what works best for you rather than for someone else. Some people love FL because it’s easy to use. Some people need something more challenging. Some people hate software but still use it.

    My top 5 are

    Protools
    Live
    Logic
    FL
    Cubase.

    Remeber before software for music was around people were making better music so.. it’s just a tool.

  16. I don’t have a favorite I use several programs for different things because somethings are easier in one program or another. Example I do all of my sequencing and arranging in Live. Do most of my sound design in Reason and use a lot of the Reason instruments often and I do all of my mixing in Sonar. Sure I could mix in Live but its weird. Sonar doesn’t handle rewire well so that leaves Reason out of there and I like a lot of my plug in fx which means mixing in Reason is out of the question. No one tool is perfect imo so I use many so I can fill in holes here and there

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