Do you want to know which DAW is the best? Let’s talk about it! [Music] When we start to deal with anything, we want to have possibly the best start. This means that we often look for the best solutions – best hardware, best software. Many beginner musicians, many novice producers ask me which DAW is the best and today I’ll do my best to answer that question. Let’s try to figure out what is DAW. A DAW, as far as I know, means Digital Audio Workstation. Program – an environment, in which you can create a song from scratch do the end. There are many such programs on the market. We have FL Studio, we have Ableton, we have Reason, we have Cubase, we have Pro Tools, we have Studio One we have Garage Band – there is a whole lot of it. And in this jungle of various proposals, there’s one simple question: Which one is the best? Well, that’s the problem: there is no right answer for that question. Why? Because each of these programs offers a slightly different environment and slightly different possibilities. And because of that, we’re kinda divided between them. Due to the fact that we are all human and we are all a little bit different from each other, we just like other things. This is a topic that arouses constant controversy and constant disputes. It looks like that: One would like to record a liveband, so he prefere Pro Tools. The other one makes EDM, so he likes FL Studio much more than other DAW’s. The music genre you create, defines in which program you will feel the best. Most of these programs have been completely differently designed. They have a different interface, they have different options. They are adapted to do something else. However – you have to remember that in most of these programs we will do exactly the same thing, but in a slightly different way. Each of these programs has the ability to compose. Each of these programs has the ability to record external audio. Each of these programs has the ability to mix our tracks nad master them. In each of these programs we can also add some VST. In some of them in other formats, less popular like in Pro Tools. Nevertheless, the possibility of extending this software is preserved. And the disputes between the producers, like: which program is the best are not caused by the fact that one program is worse than the other. It’s because we like workflow in this particular DAW, more then in the other one. How do you find a program for yourself in this jungle of different opinions? The answer is simple – to find possibly the best DAW You have to test as many of them as possible. You can actually download most of this programs and test them by yourself. See how it works, do you like it’s interface, how do you feel with working in it and decide, in which of them your creation process is the most effective. There’s a lot of tutorials on how to use every one of them. On my channel you’ll find tutorials on how to use z FL Studio for example. But if you’ll look hard enough, you’ll find videos on how to use other software. So I encourage you: just instal the program, find some tutorials, start to create with it and see how it works for you. And it’s the only right way, to find perfect solution. If I could compare it to something, it will probably be the choice of the car. Generally, they all do the same thing, that is, they drive. They allow us to move from one place to another, but each will do it differently. Each will have different functions and pros and cons. If you buy a family car – you will have a lot of space in it, but to move around the city, a smaller car will be better. That is why it is so important not to focus on which program is the best according to some producer, but in which program you like to work. Let’s get back to the car analogy: at the end of the day you will be driving the car, not someone else, so it’s you, who should know is it suit your needs and your expectations. In music production it’s quite common. There are no simple answers to even the simplest issues, besause all that really matters is the final result. And it does not matter if you used Ableton, Cubase or Bitwig Studio. The most important thing is that we all remember one thing: No one will judge our song based on the software in which it was created because at the end of the day all that matter is how it sounds. And it’s all I’ve got to say about the best DAW. So, in what program do you create your music? Let me know in the comments below! If you like this video, please leave a like, And if you don’t want to miss any other videos from Self Made Beats – just remember to SUBSCRIBE. You can do it by simply clicking this little guy. Bye!