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Old 19th September 2019
Gear Head

Also, I have to respectfully disagree with the poster who said to stick to one DAW. This might make sense if you’re running a studio tracking live instruments, but for home recording different DAWs can be really helpful. Ableton and PT are different enough that they can serve completely different functions in your workflow. You may find yourself composing on Ableton and adding tracks and mixing on PT. The two tools are likely to inspire two different types of works.

For me, I use FL studio to program drum beats and write synth stuff. Send it out to reaper for vocals, bass, guitar, etc. And do the mixing in reaper. Two DAWs for two completely different functions.