Top 2 Newly Released DAWs Worth Checking Out

audio workstation - Top 2 Newly Released DAWs Worth Checking Out

Digital Audio Workstations (DAW) is the primary application software used to record, edit, and produce audio files using your computer. But the cost of purchasing a DAW can be quite pricey as DAWs aren’t cheap.

There are multiple free digital audio workstations that are available on the market today. The disadvantage is, however, going for the free option will limit your creativity. There just aren’t too many options when you’re using free software, and you’ll be wasting your time.

These free options are perfect only if you’re starting out. However, rather than wasting your time learning a free DAW and then decide you need something better, try a limited version of a paid DAW instead.

Many digital audio workstations offer free trials. Use them and test out each feature to know if it’s the perfect fit for you. When you’ve found the perfect one that best fits your style and your capabilities as an artist should you buy the full version?

Now that you have an idea on what to look for in a digital audio workstation, let’s talk about what we think is the best DAW on the market today.

Steinberg Cubase 10

Cubase 10 was released by Steinberg around November of 2018. It offers an endless number of new features and includes many new enhancements for musicians and top produces.

Compose, record, edit, sequence, and mix with the new Steinberg Cubase 10 with its new and modern new interface and improved audio quality. With Smart Controls as a feature, Cubase 10 gives you direct control of all parameters at each segment.

Download the Cubase free trial for 30 days here.

PreSonus Studio One 4

 Studio One 4 was released around May of 2018. It’s branded as one of the easiest-to-use digital audio workstations in the market today.

It has an efficient single-screen interface with a new Harmonic Editing feature where you can try out different harmonies, transposition, and chord progression in a single screen.

Try PreSonus Studio One 4 Prime: the free version of Studio One. It offers the same features as Studio One’s Artist and Professional editions.

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