Windows Please suggest a DAW to replace Logic Pro X


red dragon

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Hi! I’m forced to move away from Macs ( for the lack of ports in newer laptops and the old MBA is dying slowly) after almost 10 years.
All these years was using Logic and Live for production ( mostly online collaborations) Loved Logic and learned it inside out.
Now need suggestions for a DAW in which the workflow is similar and of course which works with Windows.
Studio One (Presonus) and Reaper are the obvious choices, but I have never used either earlier. I mostly work with audio with few midi tracks and Reaper seems to have the upper hand, but the myriads of options in it scares me. Yes, there are Logic like themes for it, but still it feels a very difficult DAW to wrap my head around. I’m not an audio engineer, just an amateur musician who likes to mix and master.
Anyone here with any experience with Harrison’s Mixbus? The UI seems very friendly as I’ve worked with analog consoles years ago.
 

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A hub not good enough ? since you know macs there is this learning curve to deal with. For what

Stick with what you know. It gets the job done.
 
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Not ditching Mac completely, the iMac still works fine. But my air is old and failing. Don’t want to carry dongles/ hub as we travel a LOT.
I’m not a technical guy, rather from the other end of the spectrum, doctor...so I’m pretty much illiterate with hackintosh