I was curious if anyone can give me some insight with utilizing various software programs. I recently began messing around with garageband to test out the functionality and features of it, nothing intricate or involved...but sort of made me wonder if getting into Logic might be beneficial with its assortment of resources and capabilities. Now im no Logic Expert, ive tinkered with it a few times while going to school for ProTools Cert, and while i like protols, id like to add another arsenal to my set up. Ive used the likes of protools and ableton live, but there is something that just doesnt feel right, like i could be doingmore with my music and production. I want to create mainly soundscape structures, nothing huge like a massive orchestra but mainly for short film and cinematic sequences, etc etc. So would it be wise for someone who has lets say newb level experience in logic, to perhaps start off with Logic Express 8 and hold off on Logic Pro when i get a bit deeper into it (as i must say mainstage is a pretty sweet add-on) or are there to be any updates to the software i should hold off on to for the moment? any tips or advice? maybe on recommended gear (midi keyboards, interfaces etc) i plan on getting a macpro and using my mbp for the logic station if that helps with gear and advice. thanks i appreciate it. hope it wasnt confusing!