Moderators - Reputation: 3420
Posted 17 August 2012 - 07:39 AM
And remember: the only thing that really matters in the end is the music. So if you can create the best work fastest on a $50 DAW, then go for it.
Members - Reputation: 192
Posted 22 April 2013 - 02:10 AM
Reaper has been getting so much good press and praise that I'm tempted to at least download the demo and give it a try. I've talked to a few people who have started using it for game audio due to the ReaScript feature (an option that allows users to run python scripting within the DAW). Sounds interesting for sound designers who can also code and are looking for alternative ways to do implementation.
Personally, I use Logic Studio (for music composition and sound effects) and Pro Tools (for recording, editing, mixing and mastering).
Crossbones+ - Reputation: 965
Posted 22 April 2013 - 05:03 PM
The last year or so I've been using Reaper and I have to say its been the easiest and fastest for me to use I definitely recommend it!
Music Tools: Tempo Calculator
Members - Reputation: 101
Posted 26 May 2013 - 06:36 AM
I personally have had the best experience with Cubase. Excellent advanced MIDI capabilities, and it works really well for scoring to picture.
I heard that Reason is lacking when it comes to scoring to picture? Or maybe that was Reaper.... i always get those two mixed up.
Members - Reputation: 146
Posted 09 January 2014 - 08:15 AM
We are working mainly with sound design for both video games and movies. And we love using Logic Pro 9 for this kind of work. Yes, it has it flaws on some points but in the end it has worked perfectly with no problem everytime!
Have also worked in: Cubase, Pro Tools, Ableton, Audition, Reaper and more. But never liked the feeling when working in them.
Erik Gustavsson - Sound Designer