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4 Digital Audio Workstations for VO artists

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  • Tim Gooch #1125020884
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    OcenAudio is another good option. It's bare-bones, free to download and try (supported by donations), and supports Punch & Roll Recording. - Tim

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  • Angela Serrano #830202147
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    Oh, that sounds awesome! Is it new? Haven't heard of it before!

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  • Tim Gooch #1125020884
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    https://www.ocenaudio.com

    Tim

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  • Angela Serrano #830202147
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    Thanks for sharing!! That looks great!

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  • Andreina Faria #686048287
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    What about Garage band?

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  • Angela Serrano #830202147
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    I personally don't like Garage Band, Andreína. To me, it's more designed for MIDI and sampling than for recordings. It's also a bit too basic and it's hard to personalize. I wouldn't suggest Garage Band personally!

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  • Jason Ryan Brenner #1284015404
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    studio one is the new high end DAW everyone from Pro Tools is now switching to. it is very high end and easy to use.  you can buy the basic user at $99. i would suggest this just under adobe audition.   studio one is the new all in one mainstage producing software. 

     

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  • Jason Ryan Brenner #1284015404
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    you want to be able to eventually use plug ins like the izotope RX-6 and some Noise Gate, and DeEsser Plugins, so studio one or logic pro x is the best on the market today

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  • Andreina Faria #686048287
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    I see,  definitely I have to change all my platform, It´s time to pass to the next level.

    Do a new investment.

    Thanks a lot Angela, 

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  • Andreina Faria #686048287
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    Thanks Jason, then I go for that DAW

    Best

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  • Angela Serrano #830202147
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    If you want to upgrade and are unsure as to how to use a fancier DAW, I recommend passing to Reaper first. Reaper has a full demo for free you can try and expirement with before making a leap and purchasing any other DAW. You may want to try that one first to get used to editing tools and other perks! :) 

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