Software called DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) is one of the most important tools in music production. The DAW can record and edit each track of music, add various effects, and add virtual instruments.
For example, Apple offers Logic Pro as a genuine DAW for Mac. A variety of other software is also available, from Steinberg's Cubase to Avid Pro Tools, allowing music producers to choose the one that best suits their needs, preferences and skills.
On March 9, Bellinger, an electronic musical instrument manufacturer, announced on its Facebook page that it would develop its own DAW software. It says it will take 18 months to create the software, but says it will be released in 2021 and is free. While there are many types of DAW software, many of them require purchase costs of at least several hundred dollars (tens of thousands of yen). For example, Logic Pro is $ 200 and Pro Tools is $ 600.
But if you're on a tight budget, you've probably tried out with a $ 60 Reaper or Audacity, a multitrack, free waveform editing software.
According to MusicRadar, an information site for musicians, the free DAW "Music Tribe DAW", which Bellinger is trying to make, will have no advanced features and will be simple. Behringer states that "Our goal is to allow all musicians to record, edit, mix and publish their music." It also features multiple user interfaces for connecting to samples and third-party VST plug-ins, and for both recording and DJing.
In recent years, Behringer has generated a lot of pros and cons in the field of analog synths by releasing clone products that recreate cheap classic models such as the Roland TR-808, Minimoog Model D, and ARP Odyssey. If the Music Tribe DAW is released as software with a high level of functionality, it may be possible to create a similar situation in the DAW field.
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