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What is the best online studio for producing music?

I have an interest in music production and would like to know what is recommended for starters.

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Justin’s Answer

Hey there, Samir!

It's super cool that you're diving into the world of music production! Just like others, I'd definitely suggest you start with GarageBand. But if you're looking to mix and master, Logic Pro and Pro Tools are top-notch choices. Depending on your production focus, Pro Tools is fantastic for editing and mixing artist songs, while I personally find Logic great for composing orchestral pieces. Plus, Logic offers a ton of free instrument downloads which can be a big help.

Before you jump in, it might be a good idea to do a bit of homework on which direction you want to take. YouTube is an excellent place to explore and discover the niche that resonates with you. Wishing you all the best on this exciting journey, and a big welcome to our music family!
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Jenny’s Answer

Hi Samir,

Congrats on getting into music production! Similar to the other review, I would recommend GarageBand (it’s free) and then eventually Logic Pro X (one-time fee) as well if you’re an Apple user as well as Ableton, Pro Tools, etc. before making a decision, consider the music your making and refer to reviews on YouTube to get clarity. I highly recommend you test a few music production softwares before finally deciding (most of them should offer a free trial) which one you like most and feel comfortable/confident using.
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Luke’s Answer

If you have Mac I would recommend GarageBand and then later upgrade to Logic Pro. If you aren’t an apple user I recommend ableton, cakewalk, or audacity. I personally used GarageBand when I started out, so give any of these a try. Good luck! 😄
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Thomas’s Answer

Online, on your phone or for a computer?
I'll answer for all. For online, easily Bandlab- it's easy to learn, no download required, and has some pretty cool sounds that you can play with.
On you phone, if you have apple at least, I would suggest GarageBand (shocker, right?) and if you aren't on your phone, I would also suggest Bandlab again- there should be an app on the android store. I've seen people record their vocals into it before.
For computer, I would suggest GarageBand or Cakewalk by Bandlab.
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Tony’s Answer

Hi Samir,

I would not recommend to learn music production online because it will run hard your computer. But if you want to go that path, and since I am not experienced with it, people say GarageBand is a good go.

However, if you can afford a basic equipment as an audio interface and headphones, I recommend you Reaper. Very light in CPU usage, and the website reaper.fm has great tutorials to start with. Also it is free for starters.
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