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what daw should I use on PC? 
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I've always used logic pro but now that I have a functional laptop I'd like to be able to use it.

Please let me know what you've used on pc and what's good

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fruity loops is a good start, logic is supposedly pretty good ive heard

ableton is really good but it's kinda complicated. reason is supposedly pretty good. mixcraft is the most simplistic one to use, i think. i dont usually use DAWs for much other than occasionally making synths, i mainly use audacity and midi sequencers and stuff for my music

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logic is Mac only AFAIK, which is my problem

I really like logic pro but my googling around hasn't found me a good alternative for PC. I will give FL studio a try, though it looks like it might be kinda limited.

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limited in what way? it's not the industry giant of external hardware support and live performance capability that ableton is but FL supports a massive range of VSTs and with enough tinkering and experimentation you can always get whatever sound you want.

also sports a simple and tidy GUI and the piano roll and sequencing functions are also really intuitive. it's a small but powerful tool if you use it to your advantage

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cool sounds good, thanks

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