A DAW (i.e. short for Digital Audio Workstation) is a music production software program used for performing functions such as recording live instruments, vocal performances, etc.

Furthermore, DAWS are used for composing music and editing recorded audio tracks (i.e. mixing and mastering music).

A brief list of popular DAWS (Digital Audio Workstations) includes but not limited to:
  • Image-Line's FL Studio (formerly known as Fruity Loops).
  • Steinberg's Cubase (the company behind the VST standard).
  • Avid Pro Tools (a staple DAW for many recording and mixing engineers).
  • Magix Samplitude or Sequoia (often used by music mastering engineers).
  • Presonus Studio One (has lots of features in common with Steinberg's Cubase).
  • Logic Pro (Apple's very own DAW).

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