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  • JPB_003
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Any secondary DAWs worth learning?
« on: April 04, 2015, 02:13:36 AM »
I am an avid FL Studio user. I also use audacity, and import audio files into FL Studio. Is there any reason to learn another DAW? I have tried but can't see the reasoning to start learning something new when I can do the same thing (as I know) in FL Studio.

Any thoughts?

Re: Any secondary DAWs worth learning?
« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2015, 08:51:55 AM »
I think it is a good idea. I had an issue with PT 11. An era message AEE or AAE 9173--Protools ran out of CPU power,remove or de-activate native plugin. Also my 2nd gen ILOk key went bad. I use a 2009 IMAC, I am glad I downloaed Logic Pro 10. That was my back up without the need of an ILOK key

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Re: Any secondary DAWs worth learning?
« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2015, 03:44:20 PM »
It depends on your needs and whether you wish to accomplish something completely different, and if you believe that a different DAW will satisfy that wish. Truthfully, I have been using FL religiously and I am aware that if a track I am working on lacks that 'oomph', it is because I simply have not endeavoured hard enough to get it right. I can, however, suggest that you get as many plugins as humanly possible as it pushes the scope of one's capabilities. In fact, if it weren't for plugins I would have switched to another DAW for sure; specifically Reason as I have toyed with it for a few hours and found its synths mind-blowing.

Again, though, it just depends on what you wish to accomplish. And maybe I'm just a FL-fanboy...