Hey...how did everybody get in my room?
- May 3, 2014
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They’re all so comprehensive now that it really doesn’t matter which one you get; just make sure to really learn it. I use Reaper primarily, then Logic for certain sound design parts, and occasionally I’ll run stems through Harrison Mixbus. I could learn Logic better and be content with using it, but I love Reaper and can work fast in it, so that’s my go-to. If you’ve already got 3rd party plugins that you use then Reaper is a no brainer IMO. It is the least CPU intensive daw by far, and the download size is insignificant. The fact that it’s so feature laden and customizable in such a small download is baffling.