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Re: Alternatives to DAWs?

Post by standup » Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:16 pm

I still have a valid PT "permanent" license, but I've completely moved to Logic running on a recent mac mini.

It's working for me. Last EP I put together was 100% in Logic.

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Re: Alternatives to DAWs?

Post by soundsofcallado » Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:35 pm

I appreciate all the feedback everyone. It has been helpful and reflective.
Thank you.

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Re: Alternatives to DAWs?

Post by vernier » Tue Oct 20, 2020 7:40 pm

soundsofcallado wrote:
Sun Oct 18, 2020 11:28 am
I hav been working in PT10 ever since it has been out. I don't dare update anything as I like what I have and I know that PT is now subscription based. I use and RME Fireface UFX as my interface and I love the setup. I have some decent plug ins and have always been able to do what I needed with this setup. One issue I have is the laptop I have PT on is so old it wouldn't update to the new PT anyway, so an additional expense of a new computer along with that upgrade. However, with digital things needing constant updates and the headaches those things bring, I am wondering what the consensus opinion is on getting away from DAWs.

I have been looking at the Tascam Model 24 and I am aware that is has many shortcomings in terms of inputs, aux sends and things of the like. Not a big fan of the one-button-for-all phantom power. But it seems like a solid piece of gear that will still allow me to do what I'm doing. I believe I read somewhere you can't mix on that thing using certain effects (the compressor maybe). But I am certainly interested in the idea of going back to analog setup or something like that in an effort to lesson the occasional grief of the DAW.

Thoughts?

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