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P A T R I C K K E L L Y 106 That said, if you are looking to do something more serious, you're going to want more serious equipment. Some trusted names include Logic, ProTools, Reason or Ableton Live. Rudegang Studios uses ProTools as their DAW. DAWs might look confusing in the begin- ning, but you can learn how to use them through online tutorials. Patrick did infor- mation interviews with engineers in his community to learn more. Local workshops are another way to learn about DAWs. Don't be afraid to ask for help! There are lots of people out there who love supporting new artists on the rise. To recap: 1. There are lots of options for DAWS, you will find one that works for you. 2. Do your research before you buy. 3. Use free DAWs to practice. 4. Check out free online tutorials 5. Ask for help locally from people who know what they're talking about With all this knowledge base to build your home studio, you have a lot of opportunities to pursue to start making music.

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