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The best free DAWs for music production in 2021. In this video, you’ll learn about the absolute best free digital audio workstations for Mac, Windows, and Linux. Each DAW will have sections for features and limitations, along with a second opinion from Johnny who will be making a beat in realtime on each DAW. If you’re looking to get into music production this year, knowing these options is the best place to start.

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Cakewalk:
Garageband:
LMMS:
Tracktion Free:
Ableton Live Lite:
FL Studio Trial:
Pro Tools First:
Cubase LE:
Ardour:
Soundbridge:
Reaper:

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00:00 Why use a free DAW?
00:23 Cakewalk
01:21 Garageband
02:36 LMMS
3:39 Tracktion Waveform Free
04:31 Lite versions of pro DAWs
05:40 Ardour
06:13 Soundbridge
06:57 Reaper

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  1. Reaper is probably the best alternative to pro toos if not better for a lot of people. It's not the best for making beats out of the box, but the amount of customization you can do is unreal, and it took me few minutes until I started changing and adding buttons and downloding custom scripts to speed up my workflow.

  2. I straight up evaluated reaper for like 4 years and did so many projects on it until I eventually just felt bad that I hadn't paid for it yet and then paid for it. I am consistently blown away at how deep and thorough of a program it really is. They could easily turn around and sell it for just as much as any of the other big name daw's. Honestly they have more support and updates and customizability then a lot of the other big daws.

  3. Really great compilation. But what kinda bothers me is, that you said there is no opportunity to save your project in the FL Studio demo. You can, but you can't open it unless you have any full version of it.

  4. Also, MPC beats may not be a proper DAW (only 2 audio tracks) but is easily the king as far as free drum/sampler solutions. the fact that it can work within any of these free daws makes the audio track limitation less of an issue.

  5. Studio One prime is great for beginners. The 2 drawbacks are; 1. lack of Bus channels, but there is a hack of sorts for basic bus channels 2) no vst support but for a beginner that may be a blessing in disguise since it forces you to learn stock plugins. 3) comes with only one instrument and it's not even a proper synth. It's an ok rompler. the upside is there is a hack to expand that instrument via soundfonts. not ideal but still better than instruments cakewalk offers.

  6. No Saving is one of the stupidest Limitations I ever seen. And on top of that, FL Studio simply charges over 80€(in Germany), no thanks, for me it's just a rip off of money.

    80€ = 97,33 USD

  7. Reaper is amazing. I plan on paying for it. I have it behaving like ableton with drum racks, layered and split keyboard presets. runs like a charm on my dead laptop (Linux on a flash drive). i love the ability to customize every action, and to save configuration files, as well as track templates, etc…

  8. Roland ZenBeats is free and very similar to Ableton. for Phone my fav is FL Studio Mobile, only 15 bucks. and $1.5 ea for the 8 instrument packs available. i like FL studio mobile waaaay better than the desktop FL, which is similar to LMMS in its usage of too many windows and too much clicking to do stuff.

  9. the UI for LMMS is an utter nightmare. I use it in Linux. Too many windows. Too much clicking to do stuff. I have carpal tunnel syndrome, so that's a dealbreaker. I like Reaper, and haven't paid for it yet, but plan to. My favorite is Ableton, but I don't have a windows computer right now.. I can't load a lot of my fav VSTs in Reaper, tho, I have a rare linux distro, so I have to use Linux LMMS to play my fav VSTs, record loops and export the audio to arrange in Reaper, since arranging in LMMS is a grave chore…

  10. Ardour is free, you only have to pay for precompiled binaries. If you know how to compile software you can get it for free. Also Renoise is a DAW tracker Hybrid which has a good free trial, and it's pretty cheap compared to other DAWs like Ableton.

  11. Ahh… I had paid for a full version of FL Studio, hence the question is now off the table.
    Cakewalk is absolutely great if you really don't want to spend on a DAW.
    Not that I regret paying for FL or anything.
    LMMS is unfinished not ready for anything.
    If I had the money I'd hire a programmer to finish it up.
    It's taking way too long to implement any feature there, at least getting VST plugins to work.

  12. I tried Reaper for some time. But it wasn't working for me. I downloaded Cakewalk now and it is a much better fit. Still hope I can effort FL Studio someday. I am using FL Studio mobile on the go and I just love it.

  13. Nice review – Well done! I've been using Cakewalk for over a year now. Very happy with it. Still learning many of its features. It is doubtful that I would change to anything else because of the learning curve involved with almost any software. But, I will continue to search for the Holy Grail of DAWs.

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