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Which music production software would you choose if stuck on a deserted island?
I've just finished reading Richard Laymon's novel, Island, and it got me thinking about the age-old question: what one item would I want with me if I was shipwrecked on a deserted island. To be honest that's not really too hard for me if I can pick from anything, but if I had to select from a more specific group of items, say music software, the decision becomes a lot more difficult.
Picking just one music program could be a little tricky, so to make it easier we'll narrow it down.
If you could select one software-based music production suite, what would it be?
Logic? Pro Tools? Cubase? Sonar? Traktion? Orion? Maybe Reaper? How about Podium? SAWStudio? It probably costs more than the island your stranded on. Possibly Ardour if your using Linux. The list goes on.
Let's assume we already have a computer with us (Mac, Windows or Linux), your favorite instrument and this deserted island has electricity.
Put your answer in the comments field below. It's easy and instant to post, and your response helps new users decide what software is worth checking out.