4 Reasons to Love & Use More Than One DAW

It's becoming more and more common for producers and engineers to use multiple digital audio workstations. Matt Vanacoro presents 4 compelling reasons to use Ableton, Logic, Sonar & Pro Tools.  

Matt Vanacoro is one of New York’s premier musicans. Matt has collaborated as a keyboardist in studio and on stage with artists such as Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater), Mark Wood (Trans-Siberian Orchestra), Mark Rivera (Billy Joel Band), Aaron Carter, Amy Regan, Jay Azzolina, Marcus Ratzenboeck (Tantric), KeKe Palmer, C-Note, Jordan Knig... Read More


Somewhat odd reasons in this case to me, but any are as good as any else I suppose.
Nice! I also use different DAWs for different purposes - fast inspiration often comes in Ableton with my PUSH2 controller, throwing down a beat often begins with my Machine 2, refining and complex stuff is handed over to Logic Pro. I also own Studio One Pro3, but haven't used it much since I bought Live 9:-)
I use 4 different DAWs - Ableton for sampling and maybe some drum programming, Logic for composing, Pro Tools for mixing and Studio One for mastering. Studio One has an excellent Project mode specifically for mastering and it's also the most stable DAW I use so I record podcasts with it.

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