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$599 pretty much everywhere so I'm not sure how sam ash has it this low.

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That's a pretty big savings. Those in the know about this music production software will be very glad for this.

I suspect a bunch of alternatives will start popping up in the comments any moment now.

It's all good. Knowing is half the battle.
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there is better DAW software than this
An example would be nice.
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Reason is more of an all in one type of DAW, though it has support for VSTs.

Ableton Live is sort of the industry standard and it's more like "bring your own VSTs and samples", though it does have some built in instruments and effects.

I prefer Ableton Live. It's much more fluid and has a separate layout for...well...playing live.
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An example would be nice.
Fl studio
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Reason is more of an all in one type of DAW, though it has support for VSTs.

Ableton Live is sort of the industry standard and it's more like "bring your own VSTs and samples", though it does have some built in instruments and effects.

I prefer Ableton Live. It's much more fluid and has a separate layout for...well...playing live.
yes, I agree. Ableton Live is prime
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This was the sale price for almost a month during the Xmas holidays, probably this shop forgot to revert the price.
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I've been using Reason for my creative work since version 3 for almost twenty years. I also teach with it at the university level.

The visual metaphor for understanding signal flow is better implemented than other DAW applications like FL or Logic, so it's especially helpful for folks who are just coming into the craft.

If you're doing work for surround video, you will need to turn to other applications (Reaper is especially well suited for multichannel projects), but otherwise, it's my DAW of choice.
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Quote from Emjay :
there is better DAW software than this
Subjective
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Quote from bonuschickens :
Reason is more of an all in one type of DAW, though it has support for VSTs.

Ableton Live is sort of the industry standard and it's more like "bring your own VSTs and samples", though it does have some built in instruments and effects.

I prefer Ableton Live. It's much more fluid and has a separate layout for...well...playing live.
I've only been in a handful of studios, but among those all use protools
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Quote from bonuschickens :
Reason is more of an all in one type of DAW, though it has support for VSTs.

Ableton Live is sort of the industry standard and it's more like "bring your own VSTs and samples", though it does have some built in instruments and effects.

I prefer Ableton Live. It's much more fluid and has a separate layout for...well...playing live.
I would say Protools would be industry standard for recording studios. Logic and Ableton being most popular amongst other professional-novice folk. Reason and FlStudio were/are popular because they used to be easy to crack.

Reason became popular because everything you need to start is already built in, you can add more down the line but if you know/learn sound design you can create a lot yourself with the built in instruments and effects. Now you can use Reason in other DAWs as a VST so it's the best of all worlds.
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Ive mentioned this in other DAW threads. But, Cakewalk by Bandlab is an amazing free alternative that is geared towards making music. It gets updated often and is a fully featured polished product.

Gibson bought the software years ago, then abandoned it. Luckily Bandlab bought the rights and turned it into a free product. It had been in the $400 range for decades before.

If you are looking for a multitrack recording experience, check it out.
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I've only been in a handful of studios, but among those all use protools
You're comparing apples to oranges bro
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So of all the these "better" Daws yall are mentioning, which ones come with a comparable amount of sound creating capabilities, ie synthesizer, drum modules and such?
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