A swiss army knife
When I started dipping my toes into modular, I realized how much control and customization I had over it. Ultimately it has influenced my work in such a way that I seek out ways to apply it to my workflow. Enter: Reaper. It's sleek, easy to use, impossible to fully understand, and can be redesigned by the user to do almost anything.It's not quite where I want it to be yet, but all in all I feel as though it's the ultimate DAW, and look forward to the day it replaces Ableton for me.
There are two things that are eternal in this world...
And both of them are trials! WinRar and REAPER trial. But for real though, a college student who cannot do much, REAPER has been a blessing for creating various recordings and sounds. It has plenty of options and it suits me just fine.