MBP audio producers UNITE!

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by SomeGuyDude, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. SomeGuyDude macrumors 6502a

    SomeGuyDude

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    I bought this thing solely so I could easily work with my Presonus FP10 (I'm a drummer with a mini-studio in my attic). Wondering where the rest of my audio-production brethren are, maybe any tips or tricks you could pass along?

    I've worked with Cubase/Reaper/Ardour in the past, so I know my way around a DAW, just curious if there are any little tidbits that don't usually come up in FAQs and guides!
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  3. SomeGuyDude thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Is Logic worth the money? Like I said, I have GarageBand, but if Logic is really that good, I'll spring for it.
     
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  5. eaf7s macrumors regular

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    Logic is worth the money for me because my boyfriend works for Apple. It's a considerable markdown in price. To me, I don't use many of the sound packs etc.--more of a ground-up artist--but it's the interface and easy integration with OSX that make it my default choice. And while, when I have the choice, I will ALWAYS mic amps, in my experience the built-in amp & pedalboard simulators have more warmth and realism than the other programs I've tested.

    But as I said, I moved into Logic because I could get it for a great price. Paying the full $500? Now there, I'm not so sure...
     
  6. SomeGuyDude thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Hmm. Well, a friend of mine runs it as I just discovered, so maybe I'll take it for a test run. I mean, $15 for GarageBand versus $499 for Logic Studio IS a bit of a hop in price...
     
  7. JamesGorman macrumors 65816

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    Try Logic Express, its substantially cheaper than Logic Studio.
     
  8. grazykid macrumors newbie

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    Maybe u can find a friend thats a uni student/tutor and get it a lot cheaper..?:)
     

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