Multitrack Recording Software

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!

Multitrack recording software has the ability to record multiple audio tracks to hard disk one track at a time. This gives the music producer incredible power when working with a band or artist. You will be able to record one track at a time and do multiple takes until each musician has done their best take. For example , if a singer is struggling to hit a certain note , you can re-record that specific section again and again until the singer gets it right. This can be very useful.

With multitrack recording software you should usually start with a click track and gradually add one instrument at a time. Most music producers start with the drums and  then the bass followed by the keys and synths. Voice or vocals are usually recorded last. This is not a rule but is generally the way most people work with multitrack recording software.

Another term to describe multitrack recording software is a DAW . “DAW” stands for “Digital Audio Workstation” . There are many DAW’s out there in the market place. Which one is the right one for you ?

There are three main multitrack recording software packages that I want to cover today. All three are heavy weights in the music business and between the three of them make up 90% of all hits  produced today.

1: Logic Studio by Apple

Logic Studio has been around for around 20 years under different names and under different owners. Logic Studio started as a sequencer on the “Atari 1040 ST”  under the name Notator around 20 years ago. The software was eventually available for PC and Mac under the name “Audio Logic”  the final and current company to buy and own “Logic Studio” is Apple.

The advantage of Logic Studio as a multitrack recording software is the sheer depth of the software. The package is extremely powerful and functional. The only negative to Logic is the fact that as soon as Apple took over developing Logic Studio, the first thing they did was discontinue the PC version. This means that now you can only run Logic Studio on a Mac. I would highly recommend Logic Studio to any one who uses an Apple Mac computer. This is my personal favorite .

2: Pro Tools

This multitrack recording software is also a heavyweight. Pro Tools has also been around for donkeys years and is the favorite for many bands and artists especially in the states . Pro Tools was originally developed and owned by a company called Digidesign who released it under the name “Sound Tools”  which was later bought out by a video editing software company called AVID who continue to develop and distribute the product .

Initially Pro Tools was the leader in audio editing but lacked the MIDI and sequencing sophistication of Logic and Cubase but these days Pro Tools has improved their sequencing and programming depth extensively .

One advantage of Pro tools is that you can run it on both Mac and PC.


3: Cubase

Cubase is an extremely powerful multitrack recording software package. “Steinberg” the creators of Cubase are famous for pioneering “Virtual instruments”  which they made possible through their VST plug-in platform which has transformed the way music is recorded and programmed today. All DAW’s now have the same or similar functionality but it all started with Cubase. Cubase is very popular with PC users as their PC recording software.

I personally find Cubase to be a bit shallow as a platform but there are many happy and successful Cubase users world wide with no 1 hits to their name .

This entry was posted in multitrack recording software and tagged audio recorder software, computer recording software, cubase, free music recording software, free recording software, home recording software, logic studio, multitrack recording software, pc recording software, pro tools, voice recorder software, voice recording software. Bookmark the permalink.

Facebook comments:

231 Responses to Multitrack Recording Software

  1. Hi
    Thank you for such a wonderful site I wish I had stumbled on it before. Do you also teach music production? You would make a great teacher. I am a beat maker and I prefer using beat maker than music producer. I use FL8 and Cubase to make my music. I am thinking of switching to Protools though. Is is user friendly?

    • William says:

      Thank you, David! I’m just exploring the home recording and stumbled across your site via youtube. I don’t have any background in recording but I do play with several musical instruments and want to record for my own enjoyment. Therefore, it was great to listen to your videos and hopefully, I won’t have to spend a lot of money on the wrong equipment in the “trial & error” learning curve process. I have registered at your site and look forward to reading your eBook. Again, I agree with the comments on this site…..you are good at explaining what is a very difficult subject for beginners like me and your demonstrations are like the gravy on my “jiggs” dinner. Much appreciated!

  2. DavidCampos says:

    Thanks for the positive comment Sihle….HOLA !! :-) I am planning to do some basic online music production courses soon and then leading up to advanced music production. I am also considering sharing all my knowledge on music business too . This will unfold over the next 6 months. ProTools is cool and relatively easy to use. I dont think however you will be able to program beats as easily on Protools as in Fruity loops or cubase. I would recommend Logic or if you want to stay on PC try Nuendo .

  3. DavidCampos says:

    Sihle ! Why don’t you join my FaceBook group where we have discussions and share information .

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Computer-Recording-Software/140900165932789?ref=ts

  4. beatmasterj says:

    [..YouTube..] GREAT STUFF DAVE, JOSH :)

  5. [..YouTube..] @beatmasterj Thanks Bro !! Maybe I can actually meet you one day :-)

  6. beatmasterj says:

    [..YouTube..] haha ,, yeah bro, I really need to come pay you a visit, your such an inspiration to me bro, when i make my move hey :) soonsoonj

  7. Jeff Payne says:

    David,

    I love your site. You also have a lovely wife and seem like a good bloke. I produce jingles too, and CCM (especially worship) from a home studio, primarily with Cubase and Sonar, although I have Pro Tools too. I’m very much looking forward to your futire posts.

    Jeff

  8. Paul says:

    Hey thanks for the site and the videos! I want to start my own studio in my room but I need some help because whenever I make my music a little loud (I like it that way cuz I can hear all the parts in the mix), my mom and everyone complains. I write soundtracks for some people who sing at our church and I want to offer them the service of my studio. Some of my friends want to record their own albums and I want to record some of my own. I need some help. I am on a limited budget and want to know how to make my room so you wont hear my music all over the house. And which DAW should I use? Because i can only spend like three to five hundred dollars to start. I have pretty good computer and i need monitors, DAW, audio interface, mic and an idea on where to record vocals. In same room or do I need sound booth? Thanks again and look forward to hearing from you soon! PAUL

  9. KidWuzi says:

    [..YouTube..] Hey Dave have you ever used or ever heard of the Recording software Reason/Record? if so what are you thoughts on the software

  10. [..YouTube..] @KidWuzi It’s almost the same as Logic Studio from the looks of it. I think its fine to work with. I believe that most of the DAWs are much of the same these days. Use what suits you. I’m sure if you put me in front of that software, within three hours I’ll have a killer tune. It’s knowledge and talent that make a producer good not necessarily gear :-)

  11. [..YouTube..] @KidWuzi It’s almost the same as Logic Studio from the looks of it. I think its fine to work with. I believe that most of the DAWs are much of the same these days. Use what suits you. I’m sure if you put me in front of that software, within three hours I’ll have a killer tune. It’s knowledge and talent that make a producer good not necessarily gear :-)

  12. KidWuzi says:

    [..YouTube..] @DavidCamposComposer So true. I think you would make great music with any software. I recommend you try Reason and Record if you like to wire things up like Hardware devices but in this software its all virtual hardware units so you can make some pretty wild chains of FX and sounds. I was big Cubase fan until I came across Reason/Record, I was amazed at its simplicity and I love wiring things up to create new sounds and FX. I’d love to see what someone with your knowledge could do with it

  13. [..YouTube..] @KidWuzi Thanks bro !!

  14. [..YouTube..] @KidWuzi Thanks bro !!

  15. DavidCampos says:

    @ Paul

    My soon to be released ebook will cover alot of those questions ..

  16. [..YouTube..] Hi David! Great tutoriali working with synth programmingwatch in my channel I’m playing Rihanna “Rude Boy” on keyboardplease visit, comments and Download My AbletonLive “RudeBoy” synth PatchthksI See You!

  17. otoo2000 says:

    [..YouTube..] good words man, u got common sense

  18. [..YouTube..] Good Points , i use pro tools for audio recording , and FL Studio 9.6 with reason 5 and ableton rewired to it for Beat Making … Name Some Synths and programs besides logicWhat is In your Studio ???????????

  19. J-N-H-M says:

    [..YouTube..] Good Points , i use pro tools for audio recording , and FL Studio 9.6 with reason 5 and ableton rewired to it for Beat Making … Name Some Synths and programs besides logic What is In your Studio ???????????

  20. [..YouTube..] @JSprayaEntertainment I’m not really into comparing different DAW’s or plugins etc.. on youtube. I’m into advanced music production techniques. I go into specifics in my FREE ebook which you can get at my blog . My techniques you can use on any DAW or plugins. Most crap producers blame their gear when actually they dont know how to use their gear .

  21. wiwi51able says:

    [..YouTube..] hi…… u r great….. u just opened my friend’s eye bro…… thank u for uploading.

  22. [..YouTube..] I must say I do enjoy your way of explaining things to the people.Very simplified and gentle (I like your South African accent too)I hope you’re happy with your life, I think you have earned the right to be happy :)

  23. [..YouTube..] you the best

  24. [..YouTube..] hi DCC, I have few questions, maybe you can help me.do you know if there’s a good program to make acapella’s and instrumental versions of mp3 songs?do you know if it’s possible to export guitars, drums, bass, from a mp3 song file?thank you.

  25. [..YouTube..] @ArtQuakedoom95x4 My friend , It IS possible BUT its very difficult . There are many ways of extracting bits and pieces out of songs . I do it all the time but only if I’m getting paid to ripp something off or something .

  26. [..YouTube..] @DavidCamposComposer what is the program you use to do it?thank you for reply me, but, where are you from? you do not looks like a american guy, your english is different.

  27. [..YouTube..] @ArtQuakedoom95x4 I am from South Africa

  28. adrher1 says:

    [..YouTube..] thanx for all your videos! so helpful! im only 17, i have my own home studio, recorded my band as well as other local bands, and hope to later do this for living. Quick question, did u go to skool for this? or did u work your way out there by your self learning on your own? and would u recommend some one to go 2 skool for this… or to just practice on their own…?

  29. [..YouTube..] @adrher1 Why dont you signup and subscribe at my site. you will get a free ebook and I will let you know about an advanced music production course coming soon which will cover everything I have learnt in my 20 years of experience.

  30. adrher1 says:

    [..YouTube..] @DavidCamposComposer just did, that ebook is very helpful! thanx a lot! and il be looking forward for that course, do u have any tutorials on vocals?

  31. [..YouTube..] @DavidCamposComposer do you know some program that I can useto do this kind of edit?

  32. [..YouTube..] @DavidCamposComposer do you know some program that I can useto do this kind of edit?

  33. [..YouTube..] NICE VIDEO MAN VERY INFORMATIVE THANX ALOT .

  34. Vanjal says:

    [..YouTube..] You are the best ! I’m proud of you :-)

  35. jetpdreamin1 says:

    [..YouTube..] Man all your video is so useful you inspire me and I’m a producer my self and been using Logic pro for 2 years now.Thanks for all the tips and God bless brother aloha from Hawaii!!

  36. [..YouTube..] Man all your video is so useful you inspire me and I’m a producer my self and been using Logic pro for 2 years now.Thanks for all the tips and God bless brother aloha from Hawaii!!

  37. clarkewi says:

    [..YouTube..] I downloaded some multitrack mixing softare – mixpad Audio Mixer v 2.20 NCH Software. However, I seem to having some problems with it as when I record a second track ( I am doing rhythm instruments) the tracks go out of sync. It seems like the origninal is slowing down until it sounds like an echo. Any ideas for what’s wrong?

  38. [..YouTube..] @clarkewi It sound like a latency problem

  39. [..YouTube..] @clarkewi It sound like a latency problem

  40. clarkewi says:

    [..YouTube..] @DavidCamposComposer The “Help” indicates “If you have an external MIDI synthesizer then this will be your best option because the latency is likely to be very low and you will keep good synchronization between your MIDI clips and audio clips. If you do not have an external MIDI device then you can use the built in Microsoft synthesizer. Please note that the built in synthesizer has a significant lag which can make synchronisation difficult.” Please translate?? How fix??

  41. cvcgac says:

    [..YouTube..] @clarkewi i have the same problem!

  42. themuzic says:

    [..YouTube..] Very well said and should be taken to heart by everyone watching. Thumbs UP!!!

  43. [..YouTube..] Good stuff! I am just getting into this. Or I should say….back into it. I took some time off to earn my Keith Richard’s merit badge and well….here I am. I wanted to at that there are a lot of freeware daw packages out there too for the beginer or someone who may be on a budget. Anyway, thanks for taking the time to talk to us. Very inspirational! Music is such a gift! peace!!!!!!

  44. ZyahVaughn says:

    [..YouTube..] Wow! Dude I’ve got to hand it to you I agree 1000% with you. It’s nice to hear someone speak the truth about recording software. It’s not the tools that make the job but the user or craftsman that make the tool… I use Cubase 5 and love the setup and it’s functions… I will probably never use anything else. Oh and I agree with you on the video “Fake it till you make it” Some people just don’t know a diamond even when it cuts them. I saw the negative remarks… Forget the looserskeep it up.

  45. XxMaxedoutxX says:

    [..YouTube..] I Love You!! you made my day!!

  46. TheWezid says:

    [..YouTube..] i hated cue base i could not use the shit so if people with average iq cant use it what good is it

  47. outaki12 says:

    [..YouTube..] Hey man, What DAW would you recommend for PC?

  48. David, Your videos are great and you have a real flair for teaching and encouraging people. I am 58 and have recorded 2 albums on a 4 track Tascam (mostly on keyboards). I just got a Zoom R24 (8 track) control surface/interface. My Taylor 314ce is my main instrument. I am getting ready to buy 2 Rode nt1 condenser mics (matched) for stereo acoustic guitar and a Carvin CTM100 cond. mic (replace the tube) for vocals. I also have a CARVIN electric which is a beautiful guitar and rocks out!!! I have always been into recording and you helped me get a bit more familiar with the digital domain. I look forward to your Advanced teaching. Thanks !!!

  49. steadytube says:

    [..YouTube..] love the vids very insightful. i am a total neeewwbie. what do you think of garageband as a starter DAW???? i use that with guitar rig pro 4/.keep up the vids

  50. Joshi_coimbatore_india says:

    hi thats rigth man im using only fl studio 9 and im doing a lot with it ….i recomend it for the fresh musicians and who needs user frindly software…….

  51. [..YouTube..] @outaki12 Protools or Cubase

  52. [..YouTube..] @outaki12 Protools or Cubase

  53. [..YouTube..] @steadytube Garageband is great for playing around but if you want to go to the next level you really need to upgrade to logic , you will love it

  54. [..YouTube..] @steadytube Garageband is great for playing around but if you want to go to the next level you really need to upgrade to logic , you will love it

  55. snuonfive says:

    [..YouTube..] thank you! david for your info/ your book

  56. Moojikman says:

    Great articles, I think sharing your experience is always helpful. One thing to note about choosing DAW software is that different software is good for not only different people’s needs, but the way different people think. I have some friends who use Logic, some that use Pro Tools, some that use Cubase, and I use Sonar (I also have pro tools le so I can open projects my friends send me). We’re all happy with what we use because we found what works for our needs, works with our computers and hardware, and works with our individual way of thinking. I suspect all DAW software designers think that theirs has the most efficient workflow because everyone processes information in different ways. I highly recommend trying a few different software packages to find the one you like, it will make you so much more productive.

  57. slimerrico says:

    [..YouTube..] Hey i really want to produce, and desing music and i want to know from an expert wich carrer is a good one i was thinking on studying on audio engineer but i am not shure will you help me

  58. [..YouTube..] very nice videos

  59. GrundenSound says:

    [..YouTube..] Why no mention of Cakewalk products….. Not everyone uses Apple interface software…

  60. 3tavikat3 says:

    [..YouTube..] What is the best program to convert a regular mp3 into a music box tune?

  61. [..YouTube..] @GrundenSound Neither pro tools or cubase are apple interface software.

  62. [..YouTube..] Okay sure, don’t blame the tools. I’ve been using cubase for most of my time as a musician. Composing is simple, vsti’s aren’t. After four days work on a new project (of a completed composition) I had 30s of “glitchy” audio only using Kore2 as a plug. If I tried incorporating all of my midi data my computer would slowly crash. Had about 4gb ram on that computer and an extarnal soundcard. This has been the case for most of my attempts using daws, I have like 300 completed midi compositions…

  63. [..YouTube..] (contd.) some symphonies some sonatas some electronical work some fusion jazz etc, but I can’t get any daw to play it. So I’m kinda stuck. Years of hard work and I can’t have anyone hear it because of my troubles finding the right tools. Spent about $2000 on audio software and hardware but still haven’t gotten anywhere(kore2 is expensive mind you).

  64. exxtreem23 says:

    [..YouTube..] Is there a music studio software that allows you to create Jazz, calypso, soca other high tec music and share them straight on youtube?

  65. gancho85 says:

    [..YouTube..] I am planning on getting the TASCAM DP-02 multitrack recorder. What do u think? Should I go for it? (I have pro tools by the way)..Please help me out! haha. THANK YOU!

  66. DJVuMinistry says:

    [..YouTube..] What do you suggest: FL9 or Ableton Live? (For Mac)

  67. 2020ZIG says:

    [..YouTube..] HI David, great stuff. Any comment on the Presonus Studio Live boards and accommapanying software?

  68. CaseyM1308 says:

    [..YouTube..] Great Videos man. Do you think that Adobe Audition is suitable for recording and composing?

  69. MACmemon says:

    [..YouTube..] WHat about Ableton and Reason..What about fl studio…

  70. punpkomg says:

    [..YouTube..] is it just me or is that a South African accent? xP

  71. WOB1010 says:

    [..YouTube..] Sonar Producer x1

  72. [..YouTube..] @DavidCamposComposer what about ableton is it better than logic?

  73. [..YouTube..] do you think that reason is good?

  74. [..YouTube..] if I have cubase and I make a beat and then send it to a studio that has protools will they be able to mix it (make the master)? I learned that from you :) Thanks for the video and your time.~Tony

  75. yevsterus says:

    [..YouTube..] Way off… First of all, Pro Tools and Logic don’t support VST. Each has its own plugin format. Second, he forgot to mention that Logic doesn’t run on Windows. And third, if you’re just getting started, consider the availability and price of entry-level versions. For Logic, the entry-level version is Garage Band (comes on every mac). For Cubase – there’s “Cubase Elements” for under $100. On Windows, there’s Sonar, with a $40 entry-level version (called “Cakewalk Music Creator”). Very weak video.

  76. yevsterus says:

    [..YouTube..] @CaseyM1308 Adobe Audition hasn’t been updated in years. I think Adobe’s jumped off the DAW train. :)

  77. miniradman says:

    [..YouTube..] Omg I love the definitions :P

  78. zzsharka says:

    [..YouTube..] @punpkomg It’s not that hard to recognize is it ? lol

  79. zzsharka says:

    [..YouTube..] @yevsterus hmm the guy has been doing this for a while and has recorded some good stuff, what do you think of his other clips etc ?

  80. yevsterus says:

    [..YouTube..] @zzsharka I like the other vids a lot more.

  81. jbooks888 says:

    [..YouTube..] Cubase beats Logic hands down

  82. Boobleair says:

    [..YouTube..] David, check out my first composition. Maybe it’s short, but it was my first after all.

  83. joeadzhiyev says:

    [..YouTube..] what do you think of ‘Presonus Firestudio?

  84. [..YouTube..] the background music is awesome

  85. [..YouTube..] I use Acid Pro and it works well for me

  86. MrAsmakam says:

    [..YouTube..] a man how do you view reason?

  87. Zaidmolina says:

    [..YouTube..] interesting topic and stuff, but the fucking background music make me dizzy , annoying as hell :S

  88. [..YouTube..] how about sonar?

  89. napome says:

    [..YouTube..] fuck wit you heard garage band is the shit and fast

  90. madmilz says:

    [..YouTube..] ur sikkk, soz im english :P lol ur gna step up my game

  91. madmilz says:

    [..YouTube..] why do u not use reason!!! reason is amazinggg

  92. splitcoiler says:

    [..YouTube..] Nice vid but you failed to mention Sonar. I run X1 producer on a win7 64 bit system with a quad core and achieve great results as a novice. It is intuitive , supports vst, has great step recording an supports many formats. I just got a copy of cubase ai with an interface I bought. It looks like a basic daw. My brother uses cubase to record his audio for our podcast “ rockin out with Kleetus and sparky” and he sounds great. Check us out on iTunes and podbean free.

  93. pitolove71 says:

    [..YouTube..] Campos, have you tried Reaper 4? It’s a pretty good alternative….I’m hooked, ha ha.

  94. Aaron Chamberlain says:

    Hello,
    I’m really glad your doing your blogging again. Great to hear of the move and success you’ve had, wish i could say the same. I am currently doing a music production course at uni. This helps me with all the musical and engineering theory, however i really want to know how i should get my music out for adverts, artists etc to use. I’ve watched you videos on income streams which really helped but i hope you can give me specific advice on how to get it heard.

    Thanks again!
    I know you hear this a lot but you have inspired me so much and continue to!

  95. [..YouTube..] Reaper is arguably the best DAW, or one of the best. It’s highly flexible and CHEAP, noncommercial licenses are 60 dollars and you get some upgrades with it too for a certain number of updates, I believe also with non-commercial you can pay 60 dollars if you also make less than 20k a year of your recordings, I might be wrong though, it may be it’s own license, but it’s also VERY affordable, and then there’s the commercial one. The pricing is EXTREMELY fair, check it out.

  96. [..YouTube..] YOu’ve got some good videos and you definitely know what you’re talking about, just you seem to ramble and thusly produce fairly long videos… Not necessarily bad, but it can get boring and also itsn’t good when you just want someone to cut to the chase. Great vid though.

  97. [..YouTube..] @pitolove71 Reaper for the win! :P

  98. [..YouTube..] @napome Garage band SUCKS for serious editing and recording. It’s a toy mostly. For extremely basic things it’s fine, but if you think a professional or serious musician should use Garage Band you have a lot to learn.

  99. pusspittman1 says:

    [..YouTube..] what do you recommend for a mac? i’m a DAW virgin.

  100. [..YouTube..] @pusspittman1 Logic Pro is AWESOME !!

  101. [..YouTube..] @pusspittman1 Logic Pro is AWESOME !!

  102. worldtalker says:

    [..YouTube..] Love your information; it is changing my whole outlook on my future home studio. Big question: Between ProTools, Logic and Cubase, which of these 3 do you believe that a newbie to this technology could learn in the quickest amount of time, sufficiently to lay down some quality, professional tracks ?

  103. [..YouTube..] Personally I’m gonna go with Logic Pro on the Mac but Pro Tools is good too amongst others

  104. [..YouTube..] Personally I’m gonna go with Logic Pro on the Mac but Pro Tools is good too amongst others

  105. BandFairview says:

    [..YouTube..] I found out a lot of guys tend to ‘Fart and Argue’ 2:57

  106. TheOba89 says:

    [..YouTube..] What about FL studio?

  107. doctorug55 says:

    [..YouTube..] Ableton live I found is much better for MIDI sequencing so if you’re trying to make Hip Hop beats or electronic music without using live instruments yet, I’d suggest getting Ableton Live. They have a free 30 day trial too.

  108. [..YouTube..] @doctorug55 I’ll check it out . I dont know Ableton very well

  109. [..YouTube..] I’ll check it out . I dont know Ableton very well

  110. rom2014 says:

    [..YouTube..] Cubase and Logic are the big boys.

  111. aaghoribabu says:

    [..YouTube..] NIce to meet u. ur a good man/.

  112. dunkster0 says:

    [..YouTube..] I record in Acid, Mix and Master in Sonar X1.

  113. seank62 says:

    [..YouTube..] It may seem outrageous for I am about say, Fl STUDIO is by far the best and the easiest ever.I master all my tracks in it. No doubts about it. Here is a shocking revelation for all of you.Thank you

  114. napome says:

    [..YouTube..] @Songwriter4God yea i know its basic but its fast and i can open it up in logic for more editing i used pro tools for 13 yrs just don’t want to pay for over price plug ins.I know how to get a good sound from it and i known a lot of professional using it rite now i know three major artists that used it

  115. napome says:

    [..YouTube..] yea i know its basic but its fast and i can open it up in logic for more editing i used pro tools for 13 yrs just don’t want to pay for over price plug ins.I know how to get a good sound from it and i known a lot of professional using it rite now i know three major artists that used it

  116. NINJATRONdnb says:

    [..YouTube..] for sound audio cards are a must. mac – logic pro / cubase pc – Samplitude-Sequoia pro / cubase / logic plat / synapse orion. on the side – soundforge 6-8 / aicd pro 3-5 the cakewalk vst adaptor , wavelab 6 , AAMS , melodyne , Presonis . adobe audition , adobe soundbooth , FL studio is crapware in my opinion , its got a horrible sound engine -not professional in my opinion , you want the big sound you use the big tools and a good audio card 24bit/96000 or higher .

  117. ktimka says:

    [..YouTube..] Nuendo rules

  118. reddyramjai says:

    [..YouTube..] A GREAT GUY…WITH VALUABLE WORDS….

  119. jairam reddy says:

    [..YouTube..] A GREAT GUY…WITH VALUABLE WORDS….

  120. Reuben says:

    Thanks Man… Ive been search for this kind of ebook… On the other hand its FREE!!!
    Thank you so much
    God Bless

  121. Qland22 says:

    [..YouTube..] NUENDO 4

  122. [..YouTube..] Another great video mate! Ive been using Fl studio for years and have found it very easy to use, as well as meeting my needs, although i might decide to give logic a go soon :) Ive heard some music of yours on your channel, but would love to hear more but coudn’t find anything? :L

  123. Voitcu says:

    [..YouTube..] You’ve captured my attention, though saying little more than the obvious, however, I’d lie to say it doesn’t anger me when you use the word “hits” to verify quality music. I don’t consider Pop actual music anymore than I’d make a mountain out of a mole-hill, they are jingles at best. Pop is just another commodity for the media tyrants to shove down our throats. It’s of business men and mass marketing, the furthest things from art. Hence why (c)Rap is so big despite how crude & tasteless.

  124. InkTracer says:

    [..YouTube..] Reason 6 does it all straight out of the box.

  125. JoeDustE says:

    [..YouTube..] @InkTracer Cheers to that!

  126. JoeDustE says:

    [..YouTube..] Cheers to that!

  127. Joel Dust says:

    [..YouTube..] Cheers to that!

  128. [..YouTube..] @Voitcu Beauty is in the eye of the beholder . I personally like every kind of music thats done well .

  129. [..YouTube..] Beauty is in the eye of the beholder . I personally like every kind of music thats done well .

  130. JoeDustE says:

    [..YouTube..] Very wise words, I agree with you. People get too distracted by the variety that they rarely follow through with what their capable of.

  131. Joel Dust says:

    [..YouTube..] Very wise words, I agree with you. People get too distracted by the variety that they rarely follow through with what their capable of.

  132. fedism says:

    [..YouTube..] @doctorug55 Cubase has the midi technology that ableton protools and others have based their midi window on.

  133. fedism says:

    [..YouTube..] Cubase has the midi technology that ableton protools and others have based their midi window on.

  134. [..YouTube..] hi! i have pro tools SE but sometimes i dont wanna make beats and instruments. sometimes i just want to use artist like lil wayne or chris brown instrumental. and i tried downloading the instrumental and tried dragging it to pro tools and it wouldnt let me. can you please tell me how i can record using lil wayne or other instrumentals beats on pro tools SE or anying recording software with the sound quality of pro tool SE and where do i drag it on the

  135. frenchiefab says:

    [..YouTube..] did u get get flat panels yet for your computer monitors?

  136. JP3RAPSMUSIC says:

    [..YouTube..] If anyone is in need of someone to Edit/Master there songs, please visit :w w w . w i x . com/jp3rapsmusic/pinsproductio­ns (Remove Spaces at beginning)

  137. Mattwisest says:

    [..YouTube..] I a total novice and would like to know which package could create music like this (while being simple to use)/watch?v=gTd4RMI9zXU&feature=related

  138. Mattwisest says:

    [..YouTube..] I dont have a MAC btw

  139. SoloMaster11 says:

    [..YouTube..] so whats the best for a PC? im trying to record my originals and audacity isnt going to cut it.

  140. thekid22585 says:

    [..YouTube..] cubase is the best all around for either mac AND pc, but specifically for mac i would choose logic, and pc i would choose fl studiobut for both pc AND mac, no contest the best all around DAW is cubase. The workflow is just 2nd to none, and the compatibility with many 3rd party VST’s is the best in the business

  141. Hudzan says:

    [..YouTube..] lol “cymbols”

  142. sequica says:

    [..YouTube..] Im so sick of everybody talking about Pro tools, Logic Pro, Abelton and all of this industry standard stuff. Man, if you dont have the money then forget it! Mixcraft, Cakewalk, Ntrack, and many more are very fun, friendly, nice, and can do the same exact thing those $500 software can do. This is 2012, if you want to get serious with music, you can spend $2500 or lesser for a professional home studio.

  143. [..YouTube..] Im so sick of everybody talking about Pro tools, Logic Pro, Abelton and all of this industry standard stuff. Man, if you dont have the money then forget it! Mixcraft, Cakewalk, Ntrack, and many more are very fun, friendly, nice, and can do the same exact thing those $500 software can do. This is 2012, if you want to get serious with music, you can spend $2500 or lesser for a professional home studio.

  144. davidxism says:

    [..YouTube..] word. i didnt kno that

  145. Franckrenand says:

    [..YouTube..] thanks my friend

  146. [..YouTube..] iLike evreything yuh mintioned bro , but im also hearing about ilogic so idk what ishould get D: help me out wich one do yuh highley recomind the most?

  147. [..YouTube..] Thankyou Master Yoda :) 

  148. djaka401 says:

    [..YouTube..] can you chop samples in logic audio?

  149. [..YouTube..] Hey David, may i ask you something? I`m interested to start recording at home, since i play guitar, i have all the equipment, amp, pedals, dynamic microphone, so i was looking for a good recording software, so then i could start learning and recording some backing tracks. May you give me any advice or what do you think it would be the best solution to start? I play mostly blues/ rock, any advice or opinion would be really appreciated. Thanks

  150. [..YouTube..] Pointless.

  151. [..YouTube..] Pointless.

  152. Breezebhard says:

    [..YouTube..] What people don’t realize is that any multitrack recording software that can render out multichannel tracks to multichannel waves files will allow you to insert your tracks into any software. You can start a song with one software on a PC and then finish the song with a different software on a Mac. It’s about what suits your work-flow the best, once tracks are rendered to waves all software becomes interchangeable…

  153. Harlequin404 says:

    [..YouTube..] @iajspra you’re right even i searched for 2 weeks for a better software to make high depth tones. Listen i heard that this is the best software used by dj pro’s for their club mixes. get the best one here -> bit.ly/MtOUta?=jvwbja

  154. Harlequin404 says:

    [..YouTube..] @iajspra you’re right even i searched for 2 weeks for a better software to make high depth tones. Listen i heard that this is the best software used by dj pro’s for their club mixes. get the best one here ->bit.ly/MtOUta?=jvwbja

  155. thomizz says:

    [..YouTube..] what about ableton live?

  156. [..YouTube..] FL Studio and Logic..

  157. markdlowe says:

    [..YouTube..] Reward the innovators not the imitators.

  158. spcooper94 says:

    [..YouTube..] Which free programs are best ?

  159. sequica says:

    [..YouTube..] You are exactly right. Its all about the individual. I can buy a toyota corolla for 10k and another person may buy a Lexis for 20k; it will do the exact same thing. Its not about the software, its about the quality and time the musician puts into making their music. Thanks for replying.

  160. [..YouTube..] You are exactly right. Its all about the individual. I can buy a toyota corolla for 10k and another person may buy a Lexis for 20k; it will do the exact same thing. Its not about the software, its about the quality and time the musician puts into making their music. Thanks for replying.

  161. [..YouTube..] I LOVE YOUR ACCENT.

  162. [..YouTube..] Im getting into the music production and i like your videos it helps a lot i think.thanks for your help!

  163. [..YouTube..] Im getting into the music production and i like your videos it helps a lot i think.thanks for your help!

  164. xron aizen says:

    [..YouTube..] are u an aussy? xD

  165. [..YouTube..] brilliant, informative posts from you…. well done…. we are just looking at recording, found this very helpful :-)

  166. Leandro Neme says:

    [..YouTube..] What do you think about Garageband?

  167. Peginum says:

    [..YouTube..] how can i find logic? i cant fiind it anywhere! :( 

  168. Peginum . says:

    [..YouTube..] how can i find logic? i cant fiind it anywhere! :(

  169. Andre Davis says:

    [..YouTube..] if folks really understand the power and capability of ableton live,everyone will be probably using it to do everything,

  170. [..YouTube..] Been using Cakewalk for a few years, does everything Pro Tools does, or at least close enough, Sonar X2, I just purchased from an upgrade for $99.00! It even came with a gift, and a free set of Strings, plus the ProChannel, Breverb, R-Mix, TH2 amp sim, not to mention, what was already in Sonar X1! I suggest a look at the Cakewalk store to browse around, you will be pleasantly surprised! Kind of like Gibson=ProTools, Sonar X2=Epiphone, all in the name!

  171. [..YouTube..] @Peginum it’s in the App Store

  172. Logan Meis says:

    [..YouTube..] @Peginum it’s in the App Store

  173. [..YouTube..] Good points…for myself, on PC, Cubase and Presonus Studio One, and on my Mac, Logic or Cubase. They eachg have advanatages/disadvantages, but they all get you wher you want to get to, if you put your mind to it. And you’re right, music is music…so, don’t blame the tools…like individuals, they have personalities of their own that you’ve got to get to know…then, when you do, you’ll be too busy making music to blame the tools.

  174. Zen Fox says:

    [..YouTube..] I’m trying to build a home recording studio.The first thing, is so frustrating to deal with computers (pcs) and hardware that could not be compatible. Such a headache. Then dealing with latency. Then dealing with memory capacity. I’m starting to believe that is better just to buy the recording tool like the Tascam DP24 where you don’t need to take the crap of a PC and just get your job done. I just want to write and perform my own songs and I don’t want to deal with stupid computer glitches.

  175. [..YouTube..] I’m trying to build a home recording studio.The first thing, is so frustrating to deal with computers (pcs) and hardware that could not be compatible. Such a headache. Then dealing with latency. Then dealing with memory capacity. I’m starting to believe that is better just to buy the recording tool like the Tascam DP24 where you don’t need to take the crap of a PC and just get your job done. I just want to write and perform my own songs and I don’t want to deal with stupid computer glitches.

  176. [..YouTube..] seems legit.

  177. Vat udoin says:

    [..YouTube..] seems legit.

  178. KYR SPEEDY says:

    [..YouTube..] seems legit.

  179. rahulupd007 says:

    [..YouTube..] Hey! Do you get annoyed by the ads on Youtube? They need to hear what you think, go here to tell them bit.ly/RtR8vR?=imtbnqThey are giving away iPad 2′s to the very first 500 that answer the 5 easy questions!

  180. rahul upd says:

    [..YouTube..] Hey! Do you get annoyed by the ads on Youtube? They need to hear what you think, go here to tell them bit.ly/RtR8vR?=imtbnqThey are giving away iPad 2′s to the very first 500 that answer the 5 easy questions!

  181. [..YouTube..] thanks man. really helpful.

  182. VOXX113 says:

    [..YouTube..] i want to record through a 6505,, do you think i would be better off with pro tools and a pro fire 2626 or with reason record n a pod? I’m not to sure what I’m doing and don’t want to waist any money on the wrong gear,,, any help would be good thanks!

  183. [..YouTube..] Anyone interested in a poor-mans Pro-Tools? Sonar X2, just give it a look at Cakewalk, the Producer version, is all most people will need, I’ve been upgrading for yrs., so for$99, I have more than I need! Worth a look to see what comes w/ it-Breverb, TH2 Overloud, R-Mix, Console Emulation, ProChannel, Dimension Pro, Rapture, Z3TA+, Session Drummer3, Soundcenter, could go on and on($499), if new customer. Also Black Ops was done w/ it, so it’s a professional DAW! X64 Windows 7 & 8, check it!

  184. Mark Stevens says:

    [..YouTube..] Anyone interested in a poor-mans Pro-Tools? Sonar X2, just give it a look at Cakewalk, the Producer version, is all most people will need, I’ve been upgrading for yrs., so for$99, I have more than I need! Worth a look to see what comes w/ it-Breverb, TH2 Overloud, R-Mix, Console Emulation, ProChannel, Dimension Pro, Rapture, Z3TA+, Session Drummer3, Soundcenter, could go on and on($499), if new customer. Also Black Ops was done w/ it, so it’s a professional DAW! X64 Windows 7 & 8, check it!

  185. Mark Stevens says:

    [..YouTube..]  Anyone interested in a poor-mans Pro-Tools? Sonar X2, just give it a look at Cakewalk, the Producer version, is all most people will need, I’ve been upgrading for yrs., so for$99, I have more than I need! Worth a look to see what comes w/ it-Breverb, TH2 Overloud, R-Mix, Console Emulation, ProChannel, Dimension Pro, Rapture, Z3TA+, Session Drummer3, Soundcenter, could go on and on($499), if new customer. Also Black Ops was done w/ it, so it’s a professional DAW! X64 Windows 7 & 8, check it!

  186. [..YouTube..] Hello, is your Ebook on Kindle? Cause I could not find it.

  187. [..YouTube..] nice video, but would of been nice to see some you go through some of the main differences between Say Cubase and Logic etc. being more specific. but none the less, great quality video, clear, and straight forward. good one :)

  188. georgiowee says:

    [..YouTube..] Tascam DP24 Dear Sir, You are looking in a kind of right direction- only an illusion: this would offer You digital world issuesWell if You don’t mind , please let me say “You ‘re welcome in the pc world of us”If You really wish to go really away from this force of hidden gravity, YOU SHOULD CONSIDER A REEL TO REEL device, if You can afford its price and its own connectors issues, not so problematic , IMHOBest Regardsps: welcome to this world, LOL

  189. georgiowee . says:

    [..YouTube..] Tascam DP24 Dear Sir, You are looking in a kind of right direction- only an illusion: this would offer You digital world issuesWell if You don’t mind , please let me say “You ‘re welcome in the pc world of us”If You really wish to go really away from this force of hidden gravity, YOU SHOULD CONSIDER A REEL TO REEL device, if You can afford its price and its own connectors issues, not so problematic , IMHOBest Regardsps: welcome to this world, LOL

  190. georgiowee says:

    [..YouTube..] or try take ref to sites like gearslutz and tweakheadz, in order to perhaps forget headaches

  191. georgiowee . says:

    [..YouTube..] or try take ref to sites like gearslutz and tweakheadz, in order to perhaps forget headaches

  192. [..YouTube..] Guys, create your dream beats in no time doesn’t have to be hard (I used to think it did). I’ll give you some advice right now. Search a beat making program called Kinoteron Beat Turbo (do a search on google). I probably should not even be mentioning it because I do not want a bunch of other guys out there running the same “game” but whatever, I’m in a great mood today so I will share the wealth haha.

  193. [..YouTube..] Sonar X2 all day long!! Powerful, economic, stable!!

  194. [..YouTube..] Its still surprise me, just how a lot of people have no idea about Kinoteron Beat Turbo (just google it), although many people can conveniently compose their favorite production song because of this beat making program. Thanks to my friend who told me about Kinoteron Beat Turbo, I can make pro quality beats easily.

  195. Isis Nite says:

    [..YouTube..] i like pc daw butt i steel fill that Multitrack casset recorders have a un beatable crisp mix down sound

  196. Isis Nite says:

    [..YouTube..] i like pc daw butt i steel fill that Multitrack casset recorders have a un beatable crisp mix down sound

  197. Isis Nite says:

    [..YouTube..] i like pc daw butt i steel fill that Multitrack casset recorders have a un beatable crisp mix down sound

  198. Umi Haryani says:

    [..YouTube..] Hello there! thanks for this useful video. By the way, I hear lots of people keep on talking about beat making program called Kinoteron Beat Turbo (google it), but I’m not sure if it is good. Have you tried Kinoteron Beat Turbo? I’ve heard many awesome things about it and my mate finally can produce his own beats easily using it, but he refuses to tell me: (

  199. [..YouTube..] I feel the same way myself I have Mixcraft and Cakewalk Sonar X2 and depending on which one I want to work with on any given day doesn’t matter to me. to be creative is what we all are trying for the public isn’t judging your music by what DAW you use or didn’t use, Mariah Carey work with a producer on one of her cd that use cakewalk 8.5 producer series did the public not buy her music cause it wasn’t Pro Tools………FUCK David.

  200. [..YouTube..] Hello! thank you for this helpful video. By the way, I hear lots of people keep on talking about beat making software called Kinoteron Beat Turbo (just google it), but I’m not sure if it is good. Have you ever tried Kinoteron Beat Turbo? I have heard several extraordinary things about it and my mate finally can easily make his own beats using it, but he refuses to tell me: (

  201. [..YouTube..] Lmao. Ur so silly. Ur exactly right. A new 2013 $15k Honda Accord or Toyota Camry can do the same thing that a new 2013 80K Benz can do. Why spend more when both products give you the same output??? Macs are over-rated and PC’s are underestimated. Whichever software is easier to that person, then that is what they should choose.

  202. Qué Mazlan says:

    [..YouTube..] Well said & great advice David!

  203. gmanjam says:

    [..YouTube..] do you do ANY of this using Windows 8????

  204. [..YouTube..] I like logic too. not the daw the actual logic. BTW your intro was amazing. telling the exact steps that go into making a song is exactly what I’ve been looking for for a long time.

  205. [..YouTube..] I am working as a music producer. After losing my time with inadequate programs I finally found the #1 software for music production for 2013. If you want to find out more, check out my channel. I posted a link for this software.

  206. sam m says:

    [..YouTube..] He makes me feel slow

  207. ProBeatz25 says:

    [..YouTube..] He makes me feel slow

  208. Nolan Adair says:

    [..YouTube..] Anyone know if Fl Studio is capable of recording multitracks? Can’t find it in the manual or online.

  209. Soundman103 says:

    [..YouTube..] I use Sonar X2 and I love it. Please do a review on this software

  210. Sharan India says:

    [..YouTube..] aviciii uses fl studio….nw u only can guess..wat it can do :P

  211. [..YouTube..] Ableton.

  212. [..YouTube..] There win´t no such as #1. Thats why the world uses different ones. But some are better for some tasks.

  213. Simon Landry says:

    [..YouTube..] Ableton, FL Studio, Cubase, Logic does pretty much the same job with different specs and workflows, to anyone who still thinks FL Studio sounds weak and cheap, get yourself a Waves EQ pack and open your ears. Same shit applies to any DAW that deals VSTs.

  214. [..YouTube..] A rant if I may. I’m a musician of 30+ years. I have noticed for many years. That sound engineers, weather it’s for radio, TV, DVD’s (it doesn’t matter) want to enhance everything. That’s their job. But what they don’t realize is how much their background music can interfere with the subject of the media. I know a successful sound engineer will have very good hearing. So they don’t realize when they have the background music, and sounds ect, so loud. That it interferes with the understanding of, what is being said in the commentary. By a person that is hard of hearing. It’s not really their fault, but it is in a way. They have good hearing so they don’t realize when they are doing it. They think everything is fine when in fact it’s not. They want to get the attention of the audience, They are, but the wrong way.I myself have quit watching lots of movies, TV stations and shows and ( commercials which are a lot louder then the show it interrupts) for this reason.I’ve watched several of your video, and you are no exception. You need to pull down the volume of your background music in your video’s.I do a little home recording and you can bet the background music will not interfere with the commentary 

  215. Tracilyn says:

    [..YouTube..] very helpful.. thanks!!

  216. 3DFLAMER says:

    [..YouTube..] да это ж давидыч)

  217. thetruth says:

    [..YouTube..] I have workstation and I want to do some recordings using my PC what recording software I can use to enhance the quality of my recordings?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>