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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiz View Post
    just did a minor thread cleanup, gonna move around some other pages as well

    don't forget to put the original poster's name in the contributors list 'cause pages will end up getting merged
    I was thinking then, I swear this threads changed a bit lol. I'll try and add a few bits more if I can but tbh i need more help from other member's of different DAW's. Good to see you still pushing this though.
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    Yeah, gonna start doing DAW specific pages. Probably starting with FL Studio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiz View Post
    Yeah, gonna start doing DAW specific pages. Probably starting with FL Studio.
    Yeah that what I thought was going to be done originaly but people were telling me to keep it all in one page and with the 10 picture's per post it was always going to be to restricted.
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    actually yeah, thing is we don't really need to do what other people are doing on other sites/manuals/tutorials 'cause it's already been done - we don't need to be in-depth, just give basic information, comparison, links, and grime-related information

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    Pro tools is sick but its not very good for plug ins and synth based work. Its more useful for when you bounce audio stems and want to process them and add effects etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicodemusflower View Post
    Pro tools is sick but its not very good for plug ins and synth based work. Its more useful for when you bounce audio stems and want to process them and add effects etc
    Wrong!!.

    Protools 8 does both very well actually.
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    Ableton 10
    A large bunch of UAD plugins
    Native Instruments stuff
    Serum
    Diva
    Omnisphere
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    some useful sample packs and many more things.
    That's what happens when you get older.
    You accumulate many tools and much knowledge.... And yet it gets harder to stay current?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl_IX View Post
    And yet it gets harder to stay current?
    not really just use the same sounds everyone else is using like everyone else does

    using flume - never be like u as a template or some 40 track he produced for drake
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    In the end all of the DAWs are equally capable but some have a more intuitive approach for mainly electronic music.

    My advice for the unopinionated beginner :

    If you want to get a quick start and have a tight budget FL Studio is the best hands down. Even though I did not use it for years (last in 2014 maybe) I have to admit, it is allmighty and comes with a lot of useful stuff out of the box. And sometimes I still think to myself when I hear an epic track and find out, how it was done : "This was accomplished with fruity effing loops???".

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