As earlier stated, this program is one that has sired of a great deal of digital musicians and beat-makers across the globe. It's considered to be one of the earliest pieces of professional software. Proponents of the program state that it's very easy to use, possesses a wide array of sounds and comes with a myriad of virtual instruments right out of the box. It can also be equipped with plug-ins that make the program even more stocked with additional sounds. It simply gives the user the ability to create any genre of music. However, it's not without criticism. Firstly, it's expensive. This is generally the case with many professional DAWs, but some people may not be able to get past the expense at the beginning. There's the chance to get it for about $100, but it's just for the bare bones edition of the program. For people who want a little "oomph" in their production, they'll have to shell out at least $300.
In addition to the expense, people will also find out that it can be a little cumbersome to use. For the beginner, it can be quite overwhelming. When you factor that in with the uninspired look of the user-interface, it may not be exactly what some people would want