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    Default What production software is this?



    I've never seen this program before, can someone please tell me what it is? Thanks.

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    Looks like Logic maybe
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    Quote Originally Posted by photojojo View Post
    Looks like Logic maybe
    Yup

    http://www.apple.com/es/logicstudio/

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    Is Logic better than Ableton? I was thinking of starting to use Ableton as a live aid, and get into some production as well.

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    That indeed is Logic. As for which to use, from the information I have gathered, it doesn't really matter. Learning your DAW is the important part. The DAWs themselves are pretty similar.

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    No, it's just another option.

    PS: For anyone thinking AUs (Logic's plugin format) are better than VSTs, on most cases they are a VST port...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldfuzion View Post
    That indeed is Logic. As for which to use, from the information I have gathered, it doesn't really matter. Learning your DAW is the important part. The DAWs themselves are pretty similar.
    THIS!!!

    I have used pro tools, Logic, Live, Sonar, cubase and now I ONLY use Digital Performer.

    They all have basically the same features but with different names.

    Digital Performer calls timestretch, timestretch.

    Logic calls it "Flex Audio" or something like that.

    Pro Tools calls it "elastic audio".

    they all do the same things but with slight quality differences per program, or different names for the same things.

    Below are just my opinions...

    Digital Performer has the best midi editing and programming, pro tools is the worst for midi, logic is in between.

    Pro Tools is generally considered the best for traditional audio tracking.

    Logic is considered the most bang for the buck with its well rounded tools and large instrument collection.

    Live is unique as no one else has a session view at all. (Sonar almost has one but they did it all wrong)

    if you want to mix/remix live then Ableton Live is the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by padi_04 View Post
    No, it's just another option.

    PS: For anyone thinking AUs (Logic's plugin format) are better than VSTs, on most cases they are a VST port...
    there are a few technical differences in the specs between AU/VST.

    vst can send midi out into your DAW, AU's could not do that until very recently, most DAW dont support that from AU's yet.

    VST can do true ramp automation, AU uses a micro stair stepping method to simulate ramp automation.

    AU audio effects can have multiple inputs where VST's only have 1 input.

    its true that most AU's are port of VST's but there are some differences internally in the VST/AU specifications.

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    i use ableton and and logic 9 they both have there + and -
    as i say its all about learning them and what you feel comfortably with

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nunz View Post
    Is Logic better than Ableton? I was thinking of starting to use Ableton as a live aid, and get into some production as well.
    Its all personal preference!I use cubase on my main computer and have often used logic on a macbook.They both do the same thing in different ways.
    I just cant get used to ableton though.
    As a live aid Ableton is the number 1 choice so if youre using it alot you'll probably find it the easiest for production too.
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