Received Presonus Studio One Artist software with Nektar MIDI keyboard. How it's different than FL Studio?

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asked Mar 15, 2016 in Music/Instruments/Software by pythonskynet (1,740 points)  

Guys, I have got a licensed version of Presonus Studio One Artist version 2.6 software disc with my new Nektar LX49 Midi Keyboard. Anyone here have any experience with this software? Is this better than FL STUDIO or is it a completely different program?

Update: Wow guys. I have registered the product and it shows version 3.2 (latest). I have 10.5GB of content, including instruments, loops, piano, etc etc. I have just tried a track, it looks promising. Need to learn it thoroughly after learning most of FL Studio.


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answered Mar 15, 2016 by Ijaz Ahmed  
It comes in your preference, choose which DAW works for you the best and have the best workflow. For me I record with Logic or Pro Tools, perform live with Ableton Live and use FL Studio to make music but I know how to work with Cubase and Reason.

I have the same keyboard,and I like it a lot, however I never really used it with Studio One because its a little bit better integrated than in FL Studio. since I'm a FL Studio user I didnt wanted to get used to features which aren't featured in FL Studio, hope that makes sense.
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answered Mar 15, 2016 by Roman Reigns  

It's no better or worse, it's just a different DAW with a more grid based workflow. I've heard good things about Studio One. I downloaded the demo the other day and I was very impressed with it. It has a lot of cool features that I wish were in FL Studio. You made a good purchase. They could improve on a better color palette for the tracks though.


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