It's also worth bringing up that the playing field is equal, however, some DAWs do some things better than others. Most of them do different areas of functionality well, and some areas very well.
Reason I bring this up, I have used Logic since 2011, and am switching to Reaper. Logic does really good midi work, and Reaper does not as good midi work, this is something that quite a few people agree with. However, I'm moving away from using midi altogether. If I use it, it'll be very limited in scope, since I'm moving to using live musicians much more often than I used to. Reaper is better about working with audio than Logic is. I come to this conclusion at the suggestion of people, and also by my own experimentation.
So, it really depends on what you are wanting to do, how you manage your workflow, and which DAW does which things better.
I know you didn't ask me, but here:
Learning music is something that takes time. Time and effort. Especially piano. Piano, is in my opinion, the hardest instrument to master. But, that doesn't mean it's impossible. Sure, your stuff may not be great, but keep at it, and each day, it'll get better. If you have any questions about music theory, you can feel free to ask me. That's a personal invitation.
I didn't apply in the beginning because I didn't have a solid track list and because I didn't have enough 'star power.' And no, I don't mean @Starphoenix.
I also thought there was a progress requirement for application ... which is why I kept asking for complete tracks before I applied. Once I found out there isn't a progress requirement per se, I asked myself 'then what the heck is stopping me from applying now?' Nothing. So I did!
I'd still like everyone to stick to the goal of trying to get the 'complete' status for their tracks, as having 12 complete tracks is still a goal for the project for April 1st.