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  • Pro Tools is the Best. It is used by a lot of studios. The dwidsone is that you have to use their proprietary digidesign interface or Mbox. Cubase is also very powerful. You can get the light version usually free when you buy an audio interface. The interfaces compatible with Cubase are substantially cheaper. I use Cubase with a Tascam US1604 interface ($399) it gives you 16 inputs in total, including midi and comes bundled with a free copy of Cubase LE. Other people have good success with Adobe Audition. I would recommend Pro Tools if you can afford it, if not go the Cubase route. It is widely used and is as powerful as Pro Tools. There are forums on the internet for Cubases users who will offer you tons of help learning it.


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