To MAKE music what software do you use

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JdmTheDj

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I use logic pro x one of the best music softwares and i very much recommend it. The only problem is you need a to use the software mac ( the type of computer ) but is very expense and also just on its one to buy logic pro x its expensive. :computer:
 

MIXMASTERMACHOM

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Oct 16, 2011
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I use logic pro x one of the best music softwares and i very much recommend it. The only problem is you need a to use the software mac ( the type of computer ) but is very expense and also just on its one to buy logic pro x its expensive. :computer:
What do you consider expensive?
 

Jas

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May 22, 2013
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I've been using Digital Performer as my DAW for years. I've upgraded a few times but every upgrade is another $250 so I'm not up with the latest version.
 
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soundinmotiondj

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Jul 23, 2008
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I use Ableton Live as a DAW -- but I paid way more than $100. I use Maschine for simple beat and rhythm making.

Reaper is free, and much better than expected for the price. I have used this a bit over the years, and it is more than usable as a DAW.
 
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BlueLineDJ

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Jan 25, 2015
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Audacity all the way. I don't make music but I create mixes multiple times a year for different events such as fireworks displays, air shows, taken shows, etc.
 

Ausumm

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Oct 21, 2008
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I record radio commercials at work...
and we use Adobe Audition.
Multiple tracks, plenty of built-in effects, and easy to use.
I use it at home for mixes and song editing.
Not cheap...but darn it, it's worth it.

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