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I started with Cubase and Atari in the early 90’s, when I bought my first PC, I changed to “Cakewalk 1.0” and have since I used this DAW , now called Sonar. But I would try “Samplitude” I know that has a different audio engine (algoritm of summing). Export to audio with high quality and very faithful to the work carried out. I would try this DAW , I have good references.

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The DAW you use doesn’t provide things like “auto-orchestration”,”auto-composition”(thankfully)... since those things are part of us. DAWs are the extension of our mind and THIS is extremely important. We have to balance between technical axpects and creativity… Know your DAW is like meet a part of your us, a piece of our mind creative arrangement! Thank you guys!

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