Im a die hard Logic user. I believe logic comes with many great sounding virtual instruments. But at the end of the day, it comes down to user preference.
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it was like this,
C64 – DMC , JCH Editor
PC Pentium I – ReBirth, FastTracker2
PC Pentium IV – Fruity Loops
PC i7 – Cubase 5
I started with Logic…........... but have used cubase now for many years.
@Mihai_Sorohan i’m with brownhousemedia and the industry standard that is Pro Tools! I originally started out on Logic 6, gradually going through versions 7, 8 and 9, but have now moved over to PT 10 as my main DAW .
My two cents on the this – from my experience the only recommendation i can give on the subject of DAWs is try as many as you can. There is no right or wrong choice in which product you use to create music, you just have to choose what works best for you. It’s taken me 6 years to finally decide on which works best for me, but that’s not to say I may end up using something different next week!
Logic or Ableton… But wouldn’t it would be awesome to be able to combine different programs and create one with all your favorite features?!
Any idea when FL will release a Mac version?
Personally, I use fl10, 9, and kontakt 5. I noticed that most of those who are left soobscheninya use cubase 5, was wondering, can I try for it to work
Bass part who is that hilarious guy with the maracas?