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There shouldn't be any difference in sound, adding numbers is adding numbers! - except one thing - filters. I remember a few releases ago Steinberg changing the default filter slope in Cubase which caught a lot of people out (including me) recalling a session sounded different on the newer release. I should imagine there's no standard for things like default filter slopes and they may change from DAW to DAW. Doesn't mean one's better than the other though!
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