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Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite Ultimate 2013 – Student/Faculty £154.80

Includes Includes Autocad 2013, Autocad Raster Design 2013, Autocad MAP 3D 2013, Storm and Sanitary Analysis 2013, Infrastructure 2013, Autocad Civil 3D 2013, 3ds max Design 2013, Autocad Utility Desi…
somersetjoe Avatar3y, 4m agoFound 3 years, 4 months ago4 Comments
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It's a good price but with many students getting the software for free mostly likely be cold
Think it's a good deal if you need!
If you're a student you should get your school or college to register with Autodesk Education Community. If they do that, which is a very simple process, their students will be able to download a 2 year license for almost any Autodesk package for free.
No idea how much this would cost without student discount but this seems an incredible price for such a complete package.
Great for people learning the trade. Have some heat.
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SolidWorks Student Edition 2012-2013 - Win DVD Student/Faculty/Staff - 12 Month License £83.94 @ studica

12 month term-of-use license, Starts from day of registration , normally £2000.00 per year SolidWorks Premium software DVD & Tutorials / Documentation and full online access to all tutorials
somersetjoe Avatar3y, 4m agoFound 3 years, 4 months ago2 Comments
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Everyone knows Autocad is the best.


It's hard to compare the two. Autocad is good for 2D whereas Solidworks beats it in 3D.

Everyone knows Autocad is the best.


Avid Pro Tools 10 FULL VERSION (WIN/MAC) Students Only £179.95 @ studica

Cheapest I've ever seen it, professional industry standard software used in Abbey Road studios etc. Perfect for students or anyone else in reach of a student :) Will be picking up a copy when I go…
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i've done some courses on music production. nothing major - just 10 week courses on logic and pro-tools. i've only really been using (trial version of) cubase and reaper as they are both infinitely cheaper in comparison.

at present, i have no firm plans of entering the music industry. so for now, reaper will suit me fine. once i start getting more serious, and am looking to get into a studio environment, then i will probably rethink my options...

i do however like the fact that they all pretty much do the same thing. with that being said, i liked logic more than pro-tools, as i found it more organic in terms of splicing and dicing my own tracks. or maybe it's because i was able to make a better "track". but i am not going to rush out and buy a mac...

i like how they all have the same gui to a large extent. so for someone who isn't so serious, they do indeed all do pretty much the same thing.
How does this compare to alternative (and cheaper DAWs) like Reaper?

Short answer, choice of DAW is HIGHLY argued about. They all pretty much do the same thing. HOWEVER, if you ever go into a studio environment then you can almost guarantee they'll have Pro Tools.

Logic is apprently better for composers

Cubase better for MIDI and ReWire

Pro Tools better for recording etc

Reaper, not so sure. Although I hear good things about it.

So it is not particularly better than say, Logic, Cubase etc it was the first program adopted by professionals and therefore they have stuck with it in studio. So it's good to learn if you're interested in a career in the music industry.
How does this compare to alternative (and cheaper DAWs) like Reaper?
Does this do ringtones?

Yes, but only monophonic. If you want polyphonic ringtones you have to buy the Proo Tools HD upgrade :(
Does this do ringtones?
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