Since Studio One has added their Sound Variations feature this past year, and has partnered with VSL for outstanding integration for articulation management -- I am wondering:
Who among you VSL users has moved to using Studio One as your primary DAW for composing and orchestrating?
Samplitude has long been my main recording/editing/mixing/mastering DAW, but I don't love its limitations with VIs. I spent a year in Logic land (with mixed feelings) and have picked up a license for Cubase Pro. I also have Reaper. While I have a 2016 MBP, my main powerhouse computers are Windows custom builds, so I can use far more RAM and horsepower via Windows. I've started using Studio One in recent weeks and am mostly impressed. The integration with VSL has caused me to purchase more VSL libraries (rather than investing further in Spitfire, 8DIO, or EW at the moment).
But, I'm still a Newb here in the territory (or shall I say, a Resumer, after nearly 30 years away. And the whole composing world has changed since then.)
Is Studio One becoming a composition DAW of choice, for those invested in VSL? Or still lagging in some important way(s)?
Many thanks in advance.