I've been dabbling in recording the last few months since getting a decent interface, and I'm noticing the limitations of what's built in to Cakewalk - Up til now I've basically been using it as an IR loader with NadIR, but want to start recording more stuff. Something I've felt is lacking is the effects it comes with - Lots of YouTube videos in DAWs like Logic that just come with stuff like compression and EQ plugins that don't suck, while with Cakewalk I'm downloading random free VSTs that sometimes don't suck/sort of do what I want. Do paid DAWs tend to come with this kind of stuff, or is it mostly extra addons that people buy? Totally new to this so don't really know where to start, but was considering StudioOne Artist on the Windows side. I'd probably just get a Mac of some kind down the line when their new M1 architecture is a bit more seasoned, but till then want a stopgap that isn't too expensive, but not sure if it's even worth buying something for basic effects. Any advice is appreciated, thanks!