Is there a better sounding DAW? If so, which one sounds best or which one is best? Should I choose a music production software depending on the genre of music, or maybe depending on its popularity?
It is a music production software that gives you the ability to record, edit and manipulate audio. With it, you can step by step create music in any genre, ending with mixing and mastering. This is the heart of every studio.
Logic Pro and Cubase differ in manufacturing method, appearance, and advanced features. Each program offers the ability to arrange melodies and chords, the ability to record and edit sound, a mixer, an arrangement window, effects, instruments, samplers, and more. These are the basic functions you need to create music.
Cubase is as reliable as most German software. He started boldly, as early as 1989, by offering piano keyboard MIDI control, which was unabashedly used by all subsequent producers of other DAW software. As such, most of the film composers working with virtual orchestras around the turn of the century liked this program as their exclusive working instrument. Anyway, Cubase is not the only good thing we got from Steinberg – the virtual instruments and effects are mostly developed using VST technology created by the Cubase fathers.
Apple Logic Pro is a product of the world famous corporation from Cupertino, California. If you have a Mac, then you’re in luck, because this is a product exclusively for Apple systems. As a result, it has a rather limited number of users compared to other DAWs, but it does a pretty good job anyway. The price does not knock you off your feet, and the opportunities it offers make your work much more efficient. It’s as good for everything as Cubase at a lower price point, offering an extensive library of sounds, effects and one of the best pitch bend and time stretching algorithms, Flex. Even highly processed audio files retain their sonic consistency longer than most competing algorithms.
All these programs can be tested for free, the manufacturers have prepared an unlimited trial version (up to 30 days). This is the best way to check what your DAW has to offer. And arguing about which DAW is better is a waste of time. Your best bet is to spend this time reading tutorials or courses and testing this software yourself. In this case, everyone will make exclusively their own choice, based on the preferences and capabilities of their technology. The most important thing is to draw inspiration from everywhere and let it flourish in your digital sound workstation projects.