just try them all and pick what feels best to you. but FL or Live would probably be my 1st choice.
From What I've seen Record is another solid program, add Reason and its a wrap. I'm not sure what the learning curve is but I can see this snatching the spotlight from Ableton and just about every other DAW out there. There no VST support though but Refills don't seem hard to come by. Check the Propellerheads website and see for yourself. FL is more than a beginner DAW, if you know the songs Threat by Jay-Z and Girl by Destinys Child then you can see it will go as far as you want it to. Check out Mixcraft also.
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Trying them all out would be kind of hard for me. Since I don't know how to use them how would trying them out help me decide?
Here we see the bizarre problem of "too much choice". These days we have so many choices that choice itself becomes an issue. Imagine if it were like in the cowboy movies where the guy walks up to the bar and says, "gimme a beer".
download the demos, try them out, make a decision.
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