The beloved DAW finally gets the Mac treatment in its newest update. How does it compare to its Windows counterpart? We take a look.

For those of us that are into producing, we know all of the signature names when it comes to DAW’s (Digital Audio Workstations). It’s where we jot down all of our musical ideas, emotions and spurs of creativity in between.  Depending on the type of computer you’re using, your availability to a certain DAW’s could be limited. For example, if you’re a Windows user, Logic Pro X isn’t an option for you. On the flip side, Mac users couldn’t use FL Studio (unless they wanted to use it via Bootcamp).  Fortunately, a recent update to the latter software has fixed its compatibility problem. 



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