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Public Response On Cakewalk By Bandlab Vs Studio One 2020

Big Wolf Band TV5 Months ago
This has been really useful, just got Faderport 16. Long time user of Sonar Platinum. Only issue is I can't download Studio......using Windows 8.1 :/
TallSomeone5 Months ago
Tried Cuba’s and loved it, too.
TallSomeone5 Months ago
I went to Samplitude, but now am back, although I still use Samplitude.
Michael McBroom5 Months ago
I have a free copy of Studio One, so I'm not sure what the paid for product has, but I do like it, especially the included voices. However, it lacks one feature that is a big deal for me, namely a staff view. I read and write music the traditional way, so having a staff view is a big deal for me. Studio One doesn't have this built in, whereas Cakewalk does. Although Studio One does support Notion, a notation-based package, as a rewire device -- for an additional cost, of course. I have a copy of Notion and I really don't care for it. The freeware package Muse is much better. Cakewalk's staff view is full featured enough where I seldom feel the need for another notation based package. I'm a Cakewalk user, been using it since Pro Audio 9 (over 20 years). I don't consider myself to be a power user, and it has way more capabilities than I'll ever use. The "faults" he's finding are, to me, just more a difference in procedures, and I don't find the inflexibilities that he does. And, bottom line, Cakewalk is *free* whereas S1 has a fairly hefty price tag, plus if you want musical notation, that'll cost you even more. So for me, it's a no-brainer. Cakewalk does everything I need, plus a whole lot more. Sorry S1, I'll stick with Cakewalk.
hillock105 Months ago
Decided to go with Prosonus Pro 5 in with a Sphere subscription of one year. I also downloaded melodyne that comes with the package. All for $123 from Sweetwater. I just decide to download the symphony orchestra plugin. It includes beautiful choirs and strings, which I need. at no extra cost. What a deal!
hillock105 Months ago
Is it possible to just present a simple graphic illustration of your conclusions, up front so a person doesn't have to spend 43 minutes to learn your conclusions? Shorten this!
Mark pianist5 Months ago
Dude! If you just click the the + sign next to efx and pick make a new buss, it sets up a send and a bus at the same time. So although Studio One is slick it can be done in two steps not three steps like you did. So Studio One beats it by one step. If I am busing I usually just put my backgrounds to a background bus and lead vocals to a lead vocal bus. I suppose if you want to have backgrounds and lead go to a vocal bus then again Studio One has it beat by one step. You don't have to stop undo rewind record. When you stop Cakewalk rewinds automatically and all you have to do is undo. So again Studio One beats it by one step. Are you sure you are a long time Cakewalk user? I've only been using it for a month. The prochanel is awesome and lets you put your own vst plugins inside it. Studio One splitter is nice but I don't really need it to mix and record. The macros could be handy however. Does Studio one have folders where you can organize your tracks? That is just like buckets on the CLA mix hub. Makes it so much faster to mix a song as well as less confusing. That is a game changer for me. That is one thing I haven't heard about in Studio one, I need to research. Yes Prosonus definitely has a more slick way but the work flow is pretty awesome in Cakewalk. I didn't realize this was free as of 2018 or so. I just found out. Try working in Protools and pulling menus down instead of drag and drop. Not to mention difficulty in changing sample rates from one song to another and crashing telling you that your computer Cpu is overloaded when it is not. Studio one is definitely a little nicer but I'm glad to be out of protools as of last April 2021! Long live Cakewalk!
Misik Iets5 Months ago
Great video! Thank you for this comparrisson!
oldskoolfunkandsoul15 Months ago
How does someone contact you directly?? 🤔
Brightsighed5 Months ago
Lots of good info. Concisely executed. Well done! Thank you

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    Public Response On Cakewalk By Bandlab Vs Studio One 2020

    Big Wolf Band TV5 Months ago
    This has been really useful, just got Faderport 16. Long time user of Sonar Platinum. Only issue is I can't download Studio......using Windows 8.1 :/
    TallSomeone5 Months ago
    Tried Cuba’s and loved it, too.
    TallSomeone5 Months ago
    I went to Samplitude, but now am back, although I still use Samplitude.
    Michael McBroom5 Months ago
    I have a free copy of Studio One, so I'm not sure what the paid for product has, but I do like it, especially the included voices. However, it lacks one feature that is a big deal for me, namely a staff view. I read and write music the traditional way, so having a staff view is a big deal for me. Studio One doesn't have this built in, whereas Cakewalk does. Although Studio One does support Notion, a notation-based package, as a rewire device -- for an additional cost, of course. I have a copy of Notion and I really don't care for it. The freeware package Muse is much better. Cakewalk's staff view is full featured enough where I seldom feel the need for another notation based package. I'm a Cakewalk user, been using it since Pro Audio 9 (over 20 years). I don't consider myself to be a power user, and it has way more capabilities than I'll ever use. The "faults" he's finding are, to me, just more a difference in procedures, and I don't find the inflexibilities that he does. And, bottom line, Cakewalk is *free* whereas S1 has a fairly hefty price tag, plus if you want musical notation, that'll cost you even more. So for me, it's a no-brainer. Cakewalk does everything I need, plus a whole lot more. Sorry S1, I'll stick with Cakewalk.
    hillock105 Months ago
    Decided to go with Prosonus Pro 5 in with a Sphere subscription of one year. I also downloaded melodyne that comes with the package. All for $123 from Sweetwater. I just decide to download the symphony orchestra plugin. It includes beautiful choirs and strings, which I need. at no extra cost. What a deal!
    hillock105 Months ago
    Is it possible to just present a simple graphic illustration of your conclusions, up front so a person doesn't have to spend 43 minutes to learn your conclusions? Shorten this!
    Mark pianist5 Months ago
    Dude! If you just click the the + sign next to efx and pick make a new buss, it sets up a send and a bus at the same time. So although Studio One is slick it can be done in two steps not three steps like you did. So Studio One beats it by one step. If I am busing I usually just put my backgrounds to a background bus and lead vocals to a lead vocal bus. I suppose if you want to have backgrounds and lead go to a vocal bus then again Studio One has it beat by one step. You don't have to stop undo rewind record. When you stop Cakewalk rewinds automatically and all you have to do is undo. So again Studio One beats it by one step. Are you sure you are a long time Cakewalk user? I've only been using it for a month. The prochanel is awesome and lets you put your own vst plugins inside it. Studio One splitter is nice but I don't really need it to mix and record. The macros could be handy however. Does Studio one have folders where you can organize your tracks? That is just like buckets on the CLA mix hub. Makes it so much faster to mix a song as well as less confusing. That is a game changer for me. That is one thing I haven't heard about in Studio one, I need to research. Yes Prosonus definitely has a more slick way but the work flow is pretty awesome in Cakewalk. I didn't realize this was free as of 2018 or so. I just found out. Try working in Protools and pulling menus down instead of drag and drop. Not to mention difficulty in changing sample rates from one song to another and crashing telling you that your computer Cpu is overloaded when it is not. Studio one is definitely a little nicer but I'm glad to be out of protools as of last April 2021! Long live Cakewalk!
    Misik Iets5 Months ago
    Great video! Thank you for this comparrisson!
    oldskoolfunkandsoul15 Months ago
    How does someone contact you directly?? 🤔
    Brightsighed5 Months ago
    Lots of good info. Concisely executed. Well done! Thank you