DAW software comparison

Guide: which DAW has the best sound?


All audio programs have the same sound quality

Audio software, given that it simply processes sound in a digital way, doesn’t have any physical limit that hardware may face. Like, for example, the usage of worn out or low quality components.

Digital sound processing is nothing but a huge series of fine mathematical calculations. And computers never miscalculate.

The fact that a sound is digitally processed doesn’t ruin its beauty

For each second of a recorded sound, at least 44100 calculations are made.

Which means that a digitally processed sound gets analyzed 44100 times per second.

With the accuracy of a mathematical calculation.

In other words: perfect accuracy.

The only difference in quality will be determined by which audio card we’re going to use

DAWs let us hear the results of their sound elaborations through the audio card.

We’ve created a guide to help you choose the right one: 14 rules to follow when buying an audio card.

If you want to know the reason behind the realization of these tutorials, you’ll find it here:

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  1. Steve Smith
    Steve Smith says:

    I found it interesting when you said that calculations would be made during the audio production process for the best management. My friend told me a few days ago about having the music he created when he was 18 years old produced. He asked if I had any thoughts on where he could find a vocalist-producing service. I love this valuable audio production guide article for the best production approach. I’ll tell him that he can consult a well-known audio production studio as they can provide details about the production process.


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