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Adobe Audition and Steinberg Packages are acepted as industry standards in PC audio editing. What is the Mac equivalent?

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Logic and ProTools? Although I use Cubase (by Steinberg) with moderate sequencing use and heavy real audio use and it does the job extremely well. ProTools only allows you to use M-Audio peripherals, so your hardware selection when working with protools is greatly reduced. Although I'm sure people have found ways around that by now...

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If you are serious about music production check out Digital performer 4. I used Cubase for years but this kicks tHE Pnts off cubase
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If you are serious about music production check out Digital performer 4. I used Cubase for years but this kicks tHE Pnts off cubase
Second on that - we recorded our album with DP4 - it lent itself well to our producer with Pro Tools
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