What DAW should I choose? I’ve heard the question so many times, and my answer is the same as always. Test a number of DAWs for a short time, and then simply choose the one that resonates the most with you. It’s a matter a feeling, not specifications or features. You will feel which one has the kind of vibe and flow that you respond to. Choose that DAW.
I have personally tested many different DAWs throughout my years of making music: Cubase, Reason, Studio One, Reaper…but in 2014 I switched to Logic Pro X, after making music with all those other DAWs since 1998. Why? Because after testing it for 2 weeks I already felt at home using it.
Now I have used it for sometime, but I feel I am only scratching the surface, and I really want to master Logic Pro X so I can make music much faster and with less effort. I simply don’t want technology standing in the way of my creativity.
That is why I have decided to really learn the depths of Logic Pro X, including all features, effects, workflow shortcuts, and basically everything that can help me get to the end result faster. I just want to make music, and I’m sure you do to.
Here’s some good news for you: I will record and share video tutorials of Logic Pro X on my YouTube Channel so you will also be able to learn and master Logic Pro X.
I have realized that learning and mastering your tools, like Logic Pro X or whatever DAW you use, is an extremely important stepping stone to a successful professional music career as a music composer and producer.