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what brands / model dsp software is easiest to learn and work well?


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im looking  into a dsp and i noticed that the route of using a computer to adjust them seems interesting. as a beginner i want to learn how to tune the system. i am willing to put the time into it but i also want to look for a brand has a very easy to understand software to learn.

 

what brands do you recommend and why>

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