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It really doesn’t matter which software you use… It’s all preference.
I used to think that having pro tools would instantly make me better somehow… really… it didn’t matter at all.
You are recording yourself and that is what matters.
What software are you most comfortable using? That is what I am going to tell you to use.
Having pro tools won’t make it sound any better.
Think about it.
Whatever you are using to record and put that sound into the computer is still going to sound like it does going into any software.
It’s really that simple.
Dont hold yourself back by thinking that you need a better software. And if you truly believe you do… then go buy cheap pro tools for $99
Now.. where it will matter is when it comes down to being able to transfer a session to someone else to get it mixed.
If you’re using a low end software and oyu want to send it off to a bigger engineer to get it mixed than you have to make sure that they use that software.
You can’t save a session in Cubase and expect to send it to an engineer who isn’t familiar with Cubase.
On the other end though you can still send your session to them but you will have to track out each and every part of the song and then send it to them where they will have to re align it in their software. But that’s just super annoying lol
I have OLD songs from like 2008 that I reprinted and brought into Pro Tools, it was tedious and annoying but I was capable of doing it
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