• Technology: DAW Bundles

    Mike Lawson | October 18, 2014

    Hardware & software kits for school music educators

    The term “Digital Audio Workstation” (DAW) refers to an electronic setup for recording, editing, and producing audio files. You might think of it as a complete recording studio connected to a computer or tablet. These workstations often bundle hardware with software that may have a published curriculum including lesson plans designed to work right out of the box. Here’s what a basic DAW might include:

    • DAW Software (Magix Music Maker, Studio One, Pro Tools, Logic, and so on)
    • Notation Software (such as Notion, Sibelius, Finale, or Encore)
    • Audio Interface (AudioBox USB, M-Box, MicU Solo, Scarlett) Read More...
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