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There is no “Best DAW.” Just pick one and GO.

Updated: Sep 28, 2021

If you’re just starting out, the worst thing you can do is spend days or weeks deciding which DAW to use.

Here’s the truth: each popular DAW is fully-capable of making great music, but only if the user is skilled.

So pick one and get on with it. We recommend Ableton Live, FL Studio, or Logic Pro X (and we have a course for each of these DAWs)

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