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Thinking about getting Logic to compose and record. Anyone here using it? Let me know your thoughts on the program and please share your work below.
Yes, for the last 25 years I've made a decent living as a compress form using Logic and its forerunners. PAs a pro software it's ideal as it has good Audio, MIDI and great scorewriting, which has saved me on a few sessions where things get awkward and you need quick rewrites. Since Logic X it's also been very good value for money.Thinking about getting Logic to compose and record. Anyone here using it? Let me know your thoughts on the program and please share your work below.
I hear that. It's a good way to check your progress though!I’ve recently purchased and startied to use Logic Pro X, moving from Audacity. It’s been fairly easy to get up and running, even mixing, applying effects and bouncing down 10 trace from my band to finished product. I actually find it easier to use than GarageBand as Logic doesn’t seem to try so hard to cater to budding young singer/songwriter. There are some excellent YouTube video tutorials; I’ve worked through them by playing the tutorial on an iPad and copying the keystrokes on my MacBook. The main problem I find with any recording software is that upon hearing myself playing I realize I need be spending my time on the horn and not the computer keyboard.