Eddie Stealth Studio wrote:yes, the "electronic" publishing side of the mastering in s1 is good. but I have found that when I make a master cd with it, it can't be read by either of my different branded duplicator machines, regardless of disc brand. other users have reported same problem and presonus didn't do anything when I contacted their tech support (other than say I was to turn off my anti-virus, which made no difference...) ed p.s. this is a Cubase forum, I know!
Eddie Stealth Studio wrote:nonsense! impossible to say that studio one sounds "better" than Cubase or anything else. presonus says it sounds better because you can have 64 bit precision for the mixer engine. cakewalk say the same about their daws.but if you use a very good eq plugin in Cubase it will sound "better" than the built in eq in studio one for example. my opinion is this; I get great results (I hope!) with Cubase 7. and I also get great results in studio one. studio one is better if you use melodyne a lot. Cubase is better for tracking and editing live bands. Cubase midi is best of all daws I think. if I could only have one daw, I would stick with Cubase. as it is, I have Cubase, studio one, sonar and reaper. reaper and sonar are way too clunky for me. all of this is my opinion. remember that a salesman in a shop is on commission to sell what he has in stock or is an agent for... ed p.s. studio one artist is very basic. no vst support. soon as you start using it you'll want to buy the upgrade to pro. pro is very good value though (read my comments above about multiple licenses).
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