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Discussion in 'Recording' started by gospelmix, Aug 13, 2001.

  1. gospelmix

    gospelmix Guest

    Just wanted to let you guys know that I'm a new Logic 4.5 user. I'm wondering if I have any questions can they and will they be answered here?

    Computer (now) PC, Pentium 266, 198 mb ram, Maxtor 5400 10 gig harddrive, Soundblaster Live Value, 17 Inch monitor

    Keyboard (Radio Shack MD-1200) (don't laugh it has midi and autoaccompaniment)

    Would love to know how to use the sampler that Emagic offers and any other softsynth I can get my hands on!

    user-friendly Tutorial Please!!!

    Holler if you hear me!

    Gregory
     
  2. mattginty

    mattginty Guest

    hello,
    P266 hey... does logic run very well on such a slow compruta? or do you only use it for midi? If you wanna try softsynths you'll need a faster cpu - softsynths are very cpu intensive.
     
  3. pan

    pan Guest

    Hey Gregory, welcome at RO!


    <blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:<hr> ust wanted to let you guys know that I'm a new Logic 4.5 user. I'm wondering if I have any questions can they and will they be answered
    here?


    just ask, we will see...oh you did and already got one ;)

    <blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:<hr>
    Would love to know how to use the sampler that Emagic offers and any other softsynth I can get my hands on!

    get EXS, it works like a basic hardwaresampler with a huuuuge harddisk, the only limitation is your available RAM. I use it for drums mainly, because I miss some synthesizer capabilities, perhaps I haven't looked deep enough.


    <blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:<hr>
    user-friendly Tutorial Please!!!


    for a "guided logic tour", there exist books, look for example at:

    http://www.logicuser.com

    there, you will find additional information about user groups and a FAQ archive.

    Niko
     

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