logic audio

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by emo_spoon, Mar 21, 2005.

  1. emo_spoon

    emo_spoon Guest

    hey i recently bought logic audio mixing and production software....was just wondering if anyone else has used it and has any tips or anythn
  2. gdoubleyou

    gdoubleyou Well-Known Member

    Mar 19, 2003
    Kirkland WA
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  3. TomK

    TomK Guest

    I've been a user of Logic Audio now Logic Pro since 1988 when it was still called Notator by Clab. This DAW can do amazings things. Make sure you take your time to read the manuals. The sky is the limit with this one. If you can think it, it can do it.
  4. Someday

    Someday Guest

    There are so many tips....
    If you need icons or other files go to http://www.logicprofiles.com
  5. axel

    axel Guest

    logic is the bomb, a bit buggy now, but i don't care. the sky and your imagination is the limit it can do about anything you will ever need, midi and audio... learn it, i use it since about 5-6 years and still discover something about it!!! some people don't like it as it is very, very complex and not that quick to get your head around it, but i think it's well worth learning it. and i love the GUI it's simly logic, main functions are where they are supposed to be, not like in damn cubase where you need a map to navigate.

    read the mauals and go to http://www.macaudioguy.com and cruze along there are some usefull links to be found.
  6. KTek

    KTek Guest

    dude, tips are endless,,, ask one specific thing at a time and you will get many tips to achieve your goal. i've already avoided buying extra software by asking questions and getting great anwers here on this forum. what is all your other gear by the way and what kind of music are you trying to produce??
  7. maintiger

    maintiger Well-Known Member

    Dec 3, 2003
    Whittier, California, USA
    Sometimes i think about swiching to Logic, especially now that it is integrated with Final Cut, Soundtracks and other mac app. However, when I think it cost $1000 I decide to stay with Digital performer as 1K will buy me a new mic, a new pre, etc. maybe eventually as i get more into film I will have to take the plunge, but for now I will stay with DP-
    by the way, anyone knows if logic has a special price for crossgrade? I have never read or seen anything to that effect.
  8. inLoco

    inLoco Active Member

    Jul 25, 2004
    hey xavier how ya doing?
    i've gotten a dual g5 2.5 and am running my mates digital performer 4.0! a bit different from cubase but there is a stupid thing i can't make! why can't i name audio tracks? it's driving me nuts! i import my waves to them and only can rename takes!
    other thing! i've downloaded from antares site, autotune "mas" and have installed it but it doesn't appears on my plugin list, yet it is on the mas folder with the rest that came with dp!
    can you or anyone help me here?
  9. axel

    axel Guest

    hi maintiger,
    DP :cool: , new pre, new mic, new compr, 1000 bucks - LOGIC...
    worth every damn single penny!! i have never spend that kinda money so well...

    crossgrade offer ?? sorry no clue
    but well worth looking into it! i think.

    hi emo_spoon,
    for advanced enviroment use check http://www.swiftkick.com specially len sassos stuff... otherwise ask more detailed questions...
    logic is so complex and unbelivable powerfull...
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