I work with Logic since a long time but I am now little by little moving to StudioOne
Logic Pro 8 on an older dual-G5 Mac. Works, so I won’t upgrade (plus I can’t afford it!)
Samplitude Pro-X for midi work, and Adobe Audition CS 6 for tracking, editing, mixing and mastering. I think it’s pretty rare to see someone who works in Adobe Audition these days. But I like it anyway. btw I wanna try to work on a reel to reel multitrack machine. This is probably very interesting and much harder than digital recording.
I quite like Audition too. Mainly using the new Sound Forge 11 now though.
Logic Pro 9, soon to be Logic Pro X once they get all the bugs out.
I’ve worked on Cubase for years, but now I’m moving on Samplitude Pro X Suite
Logic Pro 9 – took me a while to learn but does everything I need it to. Only problem I have is that Pod Farm 2 crashes it every half an hour – though that may be a problem with Pod Farm and not Logic. I’m thinking about moving to Logic X but I’m afraid it will slow down my workflow too much while I learn the ins and outs. Any other guys move from Logic 9 to Logic X recently? Any problems adjusting?
Been a Cubase user for 19 years! Started on Cubase 3.0 on Atari 1024 STE and now waiting to go onto Cubase 7.0. I also use Wavelab and Halion 4 plus loads of VSTi’s on my I7 32GB PC.
Wauuuv, we are same !!! But I started to music with Amiga-Pro Tracker and Korg M1’s sequencer before Atari ST’s on the market. My first sequencer program is not cubase in Atari 1040 ST-E. Steinberg’s first seq. software is Steinberg 24. That was only 24 track limited software. I missed that monochrome screenhttp://www.atarimusic.net/featured-articles/atari-music-software/245-history-of-cubase
Ableton Live 9