Hi there @lapuafox
IMO that's not the way you have to see things in that regard. All the courses on S.A ( and particularly the "How To Make" ones, aim at showing you how tutors create their tracks, design their sounds, put the arrangement together, mix/master...etc.
So it's more about learning about the techniques, workflow & tricks that are shown in those tutorials.
While every & each tutors would have their own preferences when it comes to plugins & DAW, you can always adapt the lessons and use either stock plugins or find alternative free ones.
Getting to see how a track was made from scratch from established producers as if you were sitting in the studio with them is the real benefit of S.A tutorials, and adapting that to your own gears & tools is a very effective way to learn IMHO