I'd like to know if exist an album fully mixed in Logic Audio. It seems that all "pro" recordings are produced in Logic or ProTools; and at the time of the mix, it goes analog (through a Neve, Trident or SSL). I have no doubt that this consoles sound better for mix, but maybe is mitology or to amortize the price that cost this gear... Correct me if i'm wrong: For example, I've heard about Santana´s Supernatural album. First the band recorded in a 2 inchs 16 tracks analog, then edited totally in Logic Audio, after this the players overdub again all the tracks but in a Studer 2" 24 tracks analog machine. The mixdown was done on a 40 channels Neve console. Other example is Madonna's Music, done enterily in Logic (with many Logic native plugins in... u can hear in the album the Overdrive, Distortion, Spectral Gate & Bit Crusher plugins very clean) but the mixdown on a SSL console. Two albums seem to mixdown in software like Protools (the last REM album and the last one of Ricky Martin). But many guys around doubt about this and vote for a presence of an primo-console like Neve or SSL at the mixing stage. The Craig David album was mixed on a Soundtrac Topaz console (a very cheap gear) over previously premixed on 8 buses using Opcode Studio Vision. This is because i ask for it in this topic. It seems that the mixdown stage is not "job" for software like Logic or Protools yet but yes in the analog consoles. Any info of albums would be appreciate. Cheers... zepdave.