I've been using Ableton for some years now, bought the whole suite and invested a lot of time into learning it to record on ans synthesise everything else. I recently started collaborating with an engineer in a local studio who uses Pro tools. He tells me that it is a better DAW for audio recording than Ableton which is more suited for EDM/DJ stuff but also does the job of audio recording just fine.
A quick search on here shows that people like Reaper a lot and I haven't seen too much mention of Pro tools so my questions is - is Pro Tools in some way better for recording audio/guitar signals - or is that more down to the interface/gear?
Reason I'm considering it is that there is a free version of pro tools (first) I can get and then 'rewire' with Ableton if it provides a better audio recording as I do everything else in Live (I make jazzy/funky/EDM type stuff). Is this worth doing or should I just stick with Ableton which I know and am used to now?