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Most intuitive DAW for non-professionals?
Old 24th September 2012
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FL Studio, Reason, Reaper, Ableton Live are all very intuitive (in that order), but of course 3 are more creation/performance oriented than recording oriented. Ableton is really different though so if you're used to anything else it may be counter-intuitive.

FL Studio, I was up and running with a learning curve of about 5 minutes, but it's the most electronica/creation oriented of any of those.

I have some version of Cubase but never got around to installing it.

If I could have one program for everything then I would most likely choose Reason.
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