Drum & Bass Help with software

khujo1023

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I use Maschine and Cubase with various different plug ins... But I would say to pick out a few of the top options, Cubase, Pro Tools, Ableton etc... Watch videos on each of them to understand the workflow and see which one will fit best with how you operate.... Some are super linear some less so. Ultimately you can learn any of them but might as well go with one that feels like a good flow for you. You can DL trial versions of most anything.
 

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I use Maschine and Cubase with various different plug ins... But I would say to pick out a few of the top options, Cubase, Pro Tools, Ableton etc... Watch videos on each of them to understand the workflow and see which one will fit best with how you operate.... Some are super linear some less so. Ultimately you can learn any of them but might as well go with one that feels like a good flow for you. You can DL trial versions of most anything.


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khujo1023

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Ok... Well he said he was starting from Square 1... Which I would assume means DAW, he also didn't specify VST's, simply software and none of what I mentioned are VSTs... Still not sure what youre getting at but thanks for joining the conversation..
 
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