Small Orchestration, new Logic Pro X sounds great Imo

Discussion in 'Orchestra' started by Haamilton, Aug 12, 2013.

  1. Haamilton

    Haamilton Active Member

    Hey Ya'll,
    so i made an impulsive decision to purchase Logic Pro X;
    and i have to say, ***i'm truly impressed!***;

    although the operating performance seems a little slow (although it could be my computer!), and of course some of the usual functions seem a slight bit glitchy, which is expected in the early days of any released software.

    Regardless, I put together a small medley during my break from school; all the instruments are stock, except the "staccato" double bass, which is NI's Session Strings & drums use sound patches from stock but recorded using an electric drum kit - thought i'd share, and like to hear some comments/critics!

    **some other info for those, deciding on upgrading to Logic Pro X;
    - new "drummer" feature, which i believe is intended for non-drummers: includes different "personalities" of drummers each with their own characteristics, but i personally haven't explored the new feature.
    - instruments seemed improved, although as i've seen with the strings & horns, my expression pedal doesn't change the strings/horns between legato & staccato, although it could be a different mapping now.
    - MIDI PLUGINS! yep, very very very cool stuff, used a midi compressor on the second drum set
    - stock drummers come in lite and "producer", and are ten fold better, even in the lite version - I've personally halted using EZ drummer and Superior drummer due to this change, the new kits are lighter on my computer and don't required extensive tweeking to sound natural.

    Thank ya'll, lemme know what you think of the piece:

     
  2. CrazyLuke

    CrazyLuke Active Member

    would have went with a synth or white-noisey snare on this one for more of "new age" thing
     

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