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I would make clips then arrange them in the linear mode to create a finished track. As far as the best DAW, that is a matter of preference. Seems Cubasis 2 or Auria Pro? Auria pro is bit more like a professional desktop daw, but you can do most with cubasis as well. For me the ideal combo is a laptop and an ipad, connected via something like audiomux. If so, Auria or Cubase might work for you.
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Google is aphes friend as the forum search is not very user-friendly. Many of them, when distilled, focus on the personal balance, and thus preference, of workflow and end product. Seems Cubasis 2 or Auria Pro? I used Ableton primarily as a means to automate VSTs and trigger drum samples.
As far as the best DAW, that is a matter of preference. We are understandably very focused on what comes out of the machinery, but less so sometimes with the absolute limiter of what initially goes in.
If I had to select only one at this point it would be AP, but I also know in my heart of hearts that a talented me would beat the socks off the regular me with either.
So here it goes I’ve used Ableton on my Mac for years now – I feel comfortable with it. Ableton Link proves they’re doing a damn, fine job of paying attention.
The iPad has other strengths that make it a valuable musical instrument in itself, and unique in lots of ways. Then go and make a new form of music that makes people go WOW.
That will just take ages to set up each time you switch on and cause all sorts of mysterious crashes and issues or at least that’s what I find.
I am also into Aphex Twin, love Tipper etc. Lots of file redundancy also, because of the sandboxed nature of iOS apps.
Producing on an iPad after using Ableton — Audiobus Forum
That being said most people seem to stumble to understand modstep so take my advice with a grain of salt If so, using Gadget is better for that sort of thing. Personally I do this mostly inside Gadget and I find ways round the annoying sample length limitations on bringing external samples in because I really like arranging and polishing tracks in Gadget and the channel FX are now much better.
Both will get you a long way there, especially compared to a few short years ago. Gadget is so amazingly fast to work in once you get to know it.
While its not technically a Daw and its nowhere near as powerful as Ableton its a lot easier for me to adjust to than Cubasis and Auria Pro.
There really isn’t anything for this type of aproach on iPad esspecially if you want lots of tight controlled edits etc. Since there are many different ways to use Ableton Live, it would be helpful to hear how you used it. You’ll then own two of the best music making iOS apps going. As ecamburn notes, if you’re interested in a Live-like cliplaunch working style, that includes timeline midi and audio recording and editing, you can achieve this using Modstep and one of the DAWs mentioned above.
If so, Auria or Cubase might work for you. I think you’ll have a lot of fun with it. That way you can have the best of both worlds. Auria pro is bit outdated compared to cubasis which just got updatedbut its getting an update soon as well. I love doing lots of long sketches and then chopping and pasting the results together on PC.
October edited October If I were you I’d take the opportunity to focus on sound designing, loop making, sample recording, and all those preparation steps, and save the real production for when you’re back on a real computer. If I had to select only one at this point it would be AP, but I also know in my heart of hearts that a talented me would beat the socks off the regular me with either We are understandably very focused on what comes out of the machinery, but less so sometimes with the absolute limiter of what initially goes in.
It also has an Ableton Live export option, so you can easliy port anything you do over to Ableton when you get the chance. Then find your way on iOS and the wonders of touch screen apps.
The thing that trips me up with Modstep is the lack of an audio looper and a “play next scene” function.