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Old 11-12-2019, 06:23 PM   #17
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It's not really that we "can" settle on a daw and more that we "have to". Each daw has their strengths and weaknesses and if people could just use each daw for what it's best at, they would.

Reaper for example isn't so good with selection, but if I select some tracks in Pro Tools, I can't do anything with them in Reaper, so there's no point in having both. I can put three different plugins on the same track, though, and it works just fine.

For example, some EQs have a low CPU load but offer minimal features while others have lot's of features, but a higher CPU load, so I'd pick the low one except for the cases where I need those advanced features.
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