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  • Sep 14

    I'm working with an M1 MacBook Pro with 8GB of RAM.

    I'm tempted to try Logic Pro, because it seems to be a good value, but I'm open to other suggestions.

    I also want to buy a MIDI controller.
    Are these decent for beginners?
    guitarcenter.com/Akai-Professional/MPK-Mini-MK3-Keyboard-Controller-Black-1500000326694.gc

    Also, I know these are not the best audio quality, but will my
    Sony WH-1000 XM4 be good enough headphones when they'e using a wired connection and not bluetooth?

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    MPK Mini is perfect for beginners tbh

    i'd recommend FL Studio as a great entry DAW since it is user friendly

  • OP
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    Sir Swagalot

    MPK Mini is perfect for beginners tbh

    i'd recommend FL Studio as a great entry DAW since it is user friendly

    I’m not against that, I’m just hesitant since I’m using a Mac (with limited ram) to not go with the program optimized for Mac ya know

  • Orangutan
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    I’m not against that, I’m just hesitant since I’m using a Mac (with limited ram) to not go with the program optimized for Mac ya know

    oh thats facts then get logic my g

  • yolk 🪐
    Sep 14

    Logic is 100% the best DAW to work with on Mac, followed by pro tools but I wouldn’t recommend starting there. Reaper is also a great option with free trial

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    let me help u out breh

    ive been producing for yrs but switched to an M1 8g ram mac just like u and now im trying to set up my stuff again

    found a working FL20 crack but also found out there is no working purity crack for the M1 macs (yet). I'll either wait it out or just buy a copy

    working on an omnisphere rip now ill prob post an update in here.

    FL is definitely the best daw to learn in, but logic is more mac-ish, if that's important to u.

    I can get u links to all the stuff i mentioned, dm me (add me as a friend, click the three dots, click send message)

  • OP
    Sep 14
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    fashion killa

    let me help u out breh

    ive been producing for yrs but switched to an M1 8g ram mac just like u and now im trying to set up my stuff again

    found a working FL20 crack but also found out there is no working purity crack for the M1 macs (yet). I'll either wait it out or just buy a copy

    working on an omnisphere rip now ill prob post an update in here.

    FL is definitely the best daw to learn in, but logic is more mac-ish, if that's important to u.

    I can get u links to all the stuff i mentioned, dm me (add me as a friend, click the three dots, click send message)

    cracked software doesn’t get updates tho, right?

  • Sep 14
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    There is no “best DAW”
    The most popular are FL Studio, Ableton, and Pro Tools

    Watch some videos and see what bodes well with you

  • OP
    Sep 14
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    Cherrywine

    There is no “best DAW”
    The most popular are FL Studio, Ableton, and Pro Tools

    Watch some videos and see what bodes well with you

    i know, i’m just trying to make the right choice based on my hardware and lack of experience

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  • FL studio is definitely more beginner friendly and really good if youre making hip hop

  • Orangutan

    i know, i’m just trying to make the right choice based on my hardware and lack of experience

    See my last post

  • All I’m saying is Soulja Boy made his early hits on FL Demo

  • Sep 14
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    Real musicians use audacity

  • OP
    Sep 14
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    a little out of my budget man

  • Logic is where I started. I'm on Ableton now and I think it's best DAW. But it really doesn't matter at the end of day. Just choose and master the program

  • Sep 14

    @op if u have garageband free on ur mac, mess around with that, its a good daw that a lotta big artists still use

    if u like how its laid out and everything, then consider logic, both very user friendly

    but im sure u can also find a logic crack, i cracked it then bought it like a year later

  • FL gang

  • FL Studio 20

  • OP
    Sep 14
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    I'm leaning towards FL Studio. If I go through with that, should id download the M1 Native version or the Intel version (will run through Rosetta 2)

  • OP
    Sep 14

    apparently FL Studio also reccomedns 4GB of ram so I'm doing just fine in that department

  • Orangutan

    I'm working with an M1 MacBook Pro with 8GB of RAM.

    I'm tempted to try Logic Pro, because it seems to be a good value, but I'm open to other suggestions.

    I also want to buy a MIDI controller.
    Are these decent for beginners?
    https://www.guitarcenter.com/Akai-Professional/MPK-Mini-MK3-Keyboard-Controller-Black-1500000326694.gc

    Also, I know these are not the best audio quality, but will my
    Sony WH-1000 XM4 be good enough headphones when they'e using a wired connection and not bluetooth?

    I use logic and have a Mac but it doesn't really matter. What matters is who you are. If you are dedicated to working at getting better as consistently as possible you will make progress. Just have to be persistent and force yourself to work through the problems to face instead of giving up.

  • Sep 14
    Orangutan

    I'm leaning towards FL Studio. If I go through with that, should id download the M1 Native version or the Intel version (will run through Rosetta 2)

    I think it’s the easiest to learn and get used to, only other one i tried was logic and it wasn’t bad either.

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    fashion killa

    let me help u out breh

    ive been producing for yrs but switched to an M1 8g ram mac just like u and now im trying to set up my stuff again

    found a working FL20 crack but also found out there is no working purity crack for the M1 macs (yet). I'll either wait it out or just buy a copy

    working on an omnisphere rip now ill prob post an update in here.

    FL is definitely the best daw to learn in, but logic is more mac-ish, if that's important to u.

    I can get u links to all the stuff i mentioned, dm me (add me as a friend, click the three dots, click send message)

    pm me the crack

  • Sep 14
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    fashion killa

    let me help u out breh

    ive been producing for yrs but switched to an M1 8g ram mac just like u and now im trying to set up my stuff again

    found a working FL20 crack but also found out there is no working purity crack for the M1 macs (yet). I'll either wait it out or just buy a copy

    working on an omnisphere rip now ill prob post an update in here.

    FL is definitely the best daw to learn in, but logic is more mac-ish, if that's important to u.

    I can get u links to all the stuff i mentioned, dm me (add me as a friend, click the three dots, click send message)

    You got a Ableton crack too?

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