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How do they stack up? The Pro Tools 10 Audio Recording and Editing Software vs the PreSonus Studio One 4 Professional Recording Software Suite

Today Music Critic will be comparing the Pro Tools 10 Audio Recording and Editing Software to the PreSonus Studio One 4 Professional Recording Software Suite. Not sure which is right for you? Read on and find the perfect item for your needs. This article is part of a series called Top 10 Best DAW Recording Software of 2020

Let's get started by taking a close look at the Pro Tools 10 Audio Recording and Editing Software.

Now we will have look at an alternative, the PreSonus Studio One 4 Professional Recording Software Suite.


HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON
Pro Tools 10 Audio Recording and Editing Software PreSonus Studio One 4 Professional Recording Software Suite
KEY FEATURES
+ Comtains Lots of Virtual Instruments
+ Modern Plugins & Effects
+ Great Value
+ Fresh Design
+ Pristine Audio
+ 37 Native Effects
+ Two Virtual Instruments
+ Unlimited Tracks

WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT
The best thing about this amazing performance tool is the fact that it lets you work with or without an interface. The DAW also lets users create bigger mixes (96 audio tracks). Working with virtual instruments has never been easy with Pro Tool 10 Audio Recording Software. This is the best DAW if you're looking for variety. Studio One is fresh, original, and is a pleasure to use. It feels like it has been designed to make the producer’s life as easy as possible, which is a big plus, making Studio One one of the best DAWs to go for.


Read our full review

Also see Music Critic's article Top 10 Best DAW Recording Software of 2020 which includes even more information.


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