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Protools w/logic or cubasesx!

Discussion in 'Logic' started by Low@Freq, Nov 12, 2002.

  1. Low@Freq

    Low@Freq Guest

    Hello all

    I want to enter Prtools world for my Audio witch i think that gonna give me some advantages!but i have certain doubts...
    First i want to use Protools LE and (cubasesx or logic)inside the same computer(PC)! then i want to sync the programs...This way i can have logic reading my midi and protools recording to audio!

    Anybody knows if i get any latency trying to sync protools w/cubase sx ? ( or logic )
    Does this two programs work good together? No bugs?

    by the way.....what u ppl think about the digi001?

    thx :)
     
  2. eskimo

    eskimo Guest

    you can forget about if you're on a PC.
    From what I know of emagic and digidesign are better friends than steinberg - digidesign :roll:
     
  3. Low@Freq

    Low@Freq Guest

    Forget it ? Can u be more explicit ?
    What kind of problems exist?
     
  4. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

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    What's wrong with useing just Cubase? Why all the extra rig-a-marol? IMO Cubase is a better recording engine than "Pro Tolls". It uses 32 bit internal processing as opposed to "Tools" 24 bit. File transfers from Tools to Cubase and vise versa are easy. Cubase 72 tracks, Pro Tools LE 32. Contrary to what a lot of people seem to think, Cubase is a simple and intuitive recording platform... I am just learning to use Cubase and I am very impressed with how simple the program is. Whithin 1 week I have a 16 track song, finished and mixed with automation of eq's, effects, fader moves and mutes.. It took 2 days of learning the starting protocol but after that I was whizzing right along. I tried to learn Pro Tools LE and I just came away from it confused and bewildered. ........ Fats
     

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