For the present post I’ve made a top to bottom guide covering the best DAW’s of 2018.
So here they are, in no particular order, starting with…
1. Presonus Studio One 3
studio one 3 Long known in the audio industry for making quality hardware for music studios at very affordable prices.
Presonus as of late chose to include their own DAW line too,
So with the assistance of a few formal engineers from Steinberg Cubase, Presonus released the main variant of Studio One in 2009.
• Nine robust Native Effects plug-ins
•Nearly 1GB of loop and sample content to get your creativity rolling
•Studio One 4 operates on 64-bit operating systems only.
Please use the following link to check out each version.
2. FL Studio
Formerly known as Fruity Loops, but after a run-in with Kelloggs, who thought people may confuse it with their breakfast cereal.
Over a decade ago, Image-Line officially changed the name of their classic software to FL Studio.
FL Studio is a complete software music production environment or Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). Representing more than 20 years of innovative development it has everything you need in one package to compose, arrange, record, edit, mix and master professional quality music.
FL Studio is now one of the world’s most popular DAWs and is used by the most creative artists like Avicii and Martin Garrix.
It is a top choice for Hip-Hop, EDM musicians and DJ’s.
Fl Studio is very easy to Use Software due to its:
• Spread sheet like Playlist
• flexible Piano roll
• extensive automation capabilities
One of the things that makes creating with Live so fluid is the ability to change the tempo and timing of any audio, in real-time, without stopping the music. We call this warping. Use warping to mix and match loops from a variety of tempos, fix timing errors in recorded performances, or radically reshape any audio into new sound design directions.
4. Propellerhead Reason
Reason is a digital audio workstation for creating and editing music and audio developed by Swedish software developers Propellerhead Software.It emulates a rack of hardware synthesizers, samplers, signal processors, sequencers, and mixers, all of which can be freely interconnected in an arbitrary manner. Reason can be used either as a complete virtual music studio or as a set of virtual instruments to be used with other sequencing software in a fashion that mimics live performance.
5. Steinberg Cubase