Soundtrack vs. Logic

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by supergod, Oct 19, 2004.

  1. supergod macrumors 6502

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    I am currently using Garageband and Reason my 1.6ghz powermac for recording music: relying mostly on software instruments and plugins but also recording vocals and guitar and such. I'm going to be upgrading to Logic 7.0 pro probably this weekend, but I wanted to know, how is logic better than Soundtrack? They look like they pretty much do the same thing so what are the differences in the programs, and how does soundtrack also compare to Logic express?
     
  2. scan300 macrumors 6502

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    Logic and Soundtrack are completely different.

    Logic is the big brother of a Garageband like application, where you can edit, score, synthesize, mix audio tracks and midi tracks. You create the music totally.

    Soundtrack is a loop mixer. A library of music is provided which you mix and match to create, basically, a soundtrack for your multimedia work.

    Logic Express would be the natural progression up from GarageBand -- Logic Pro is an industry standard Music Studio in a box.
     

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