I use to use pro tools, but found it was heavier than I needed. I've been using Reaper, and am mostly happy with it. I like how easy it is to use, yet still has almost all the functionality I would want in a daw.
And I like how it is relatively light when it comes to CPU usage.
How does Camelot compare to Reaper?
I must admit the ability to create set lists in my daw is appealing. It can be a hassle switching between songs when performing live.
But at the same time, I need something light (from a resource utilization standpoint) and stable. Stability is especially important for live performance. Nothing worse than your daw crashing in the middle of a performance.
Having attachments in my daw for lyrics and sheet music is also a nice feature for live performance. Again, avoiding the hassle of switching back and forth. So Camelot also has that going for it.
Thanks for your feedback!