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Ableton VS Cubase

Discussion in 'Home Recording Studio' started by GuitarMechanic, Nov 22, 2017.

  1. GuitarMechanic

    GuitarMechanic Most Honored Senior Member


  2. NorthShore

    NorthShore Senior Stratmaster

    just bought a Tascam recording package that includes both. Also interested in the answers!
     

  3. Thrup'ny Bit

    Thrup'ny Bit Certified Curmudgeon Strat-Talk Supporter

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    May 21, 2010
    In my own little world
    Discuss what?

    I don't like Cubase, I find it clunky and annoying to use.YMMV.
     
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  4. TheDuck

    TheDuck Senior Stratmaster

    Jan 12, 2016
    Lil' Rhody
    I hate everything about Ableton.

    Apart from Audacity, its the worst DAW I've ever had the displeasure of using.
     
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  5. GuitarPix

    GuitarPix Senior Stratmaster

    Oct 21, 2013
    Calgary
    Different kinds of DAWs - Ableton Live is meant as a live performance sampler system that’s highly flexible in playing back different parts. It can be used as a recording DAW but isn’t great for that purpose- easy to use, yes, but limited in sound quality if you do any processing (which is half the fun of Abelton).

    Cubase is a recording DAW and far more oriented to mixing with Aux sends etc.

    Both can be made to do the others job, but really - why? Use the one appropriate to the job.

    Yes, Cubase takes more knowledge to get some things done, but has more capabilities for pro mixing.

    At least that’s what I’ve found using each and talking to other users.
     
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  6. moullineaux

    moullineaux Strat-O-Master

    822
    Jul 11, 2009
    ATLANTA, GA
    Was a Cubase user for years without any worries at all. Don’t know ableton. Recently switched to DP 9 and find it much more versatile. Bit of a learning curve but afterward it’s performed very well.