The stars' favourite music software

29th May 2012 | 11:44

The stars' favourite music software
What's on your hard drive?

While MusicRadar is always keen to take a tour round a pro’s studio, we’re well aware that many contemporary producers are now primarily software-based.

With this in mind, our friends at Computer Music magazine are frequently asking artists to name their absolute favourite music software, and if you click on, you’ll find a regularly updated gallery that contains links to their responses.

Note that the artists/producers are listed in alphabetical order (either the first letter of the band name or the artist’s surname).

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Paul Hartnoll's favourite music software

The Orbital man picks his DAWs and plug-ins of choice.

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Steve Lawler's favourite music software

The house DJ/producer shows you his desktop.

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London Elektricity's favourite music software

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The London boy on his top dubstep/grime production tools.

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Siriusmo's favourite music software

The genre-hopping producer's most-loved virtual tools.

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Stanton Warriors' favourite music software

Breakbeat maestros Dominic Butler and Mark Yardley discuss their setup.

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Riva Starr's favourite music software

Which five pieces of software does this exuberant, wobble-centric bootlegger favour for producing?

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Claude VonStroke's favourite music software

The dirtybird boss on his top house-building tools.

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Benji Vaughan's favourite music software

The psytrance sorcerer's recommendations.

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Jody Wisternoff's favourite music software

The prog house icon's top applications and plug-ins.

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