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KelMusic
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What kind of DAW system I can use for high quality???

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mediamuse
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Logic, Pro tools, Ableton Live, Sequoia, Cubase, Nuendo, Reason 6.

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JohnKeeL
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Let me add Cakewalk Sonar X1 and the upcoming X2 :)

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kubawolanin
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ProTools of course (but I recommend you to use 9< because it supports much more audio interfaces than lower versions) , Logic Pro (mac only), Cubase 5<, StudioOne by PreSonus.

Reason is a great DAW too!

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SweedSounds
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Let me add Cakewalk Sonar X1 and the upcoming X2 :)

X2 is released.

I can add Digital Performer. Although, it’s rather what you learn to do with the DAW you choose than the DAW itself. They have different features, a lot of them similar, some have more, some less. Most of them gives you the features needed to record, compose and produce.

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JohnRosso
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Reaper, excelent custumize DAW

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Basspartout-Music
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Give Presonus Studio One 2 a try. It has a real great workflow. There is a free version to get started: http://studioone.presonus.com/free/

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JonBuice
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I’m still working with protools 8 and some awesome VI’s. For me, protools midi get the job done right.

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