...is a Csus4!
- a Music Theory Nazi
Merely an enharmonic equivalent my good sir!
In said context it is an inverted Fsus2.
Oh, you're right - could be an Fsus2 as well.
Still an opportunity for me to be a nitpicky bastard, though!
Enharmonic equivalence is something different altogether, e.g. when an F-sharp and a G-flat result in the same note, making them different spellings for the same thing.
The different interpretations of "CFG" are more likely to serve a functional
differentiation, e.g. assuming we're in the key of C: Csus4 is probably a "true" suspension on the tonic, while Fsus2 would be a "colored" subdominant chord.
Let's lose the specifications and just call it a triad.
Suspended chords aren't triads in the usual sense. Which can make the functional interpretation tricky at times!
They do, however, provide ample opportunity for awesome stuff like layering fourths or fifths! (in fourths: G - C - F, in fifhts: F - C - G)
What DAWs do you people use/recommend?
That's quite the recurring topic. Truth is, it's mostly a question of taste and the kind of workflow you need.
There are some "industry standards" like Pro Tools in traditional audio recording or Steinberg Nuendo for post production, but not to the same degree as Adobe products in graphical design.
There's a handy article on MusicRadar
that gives a nice overview over 15 of the most popular DAWs around at the moment.