I’ve been a logic guy for years. While I do like it I’ve had serious issues since going to mountain lion OS. The main issue seems to be playback when I have plugin gui’s open. It gets stuck playing back and I can’t get it to stop unless I move the GUI off the screen. While I don’t want to spend the time learning a new DAW I do have studio one and am considering giving it a shot if apple doesn’t fix this bug soon. Anybody else having this problem in logic?
Haven’t had issues with that on Lion. Sorry to hear that. My only issue was not enough RAM memory, but since upgrading to 16 gig (I tend to open a lot of plugins and work for extended amount of time), its been a dream machine. Good luck.
I concur re Logic taco. Midi editing is implemented very well. Quantize – I’m sure all DAWs make that easy, but it takes me seconds to apply that in Logic. If you are on Mac then it’s a no brainier IMHO.
Definitely agree on that. It started with ProTools that came with my MBox, its too heavy for the creative songwriting process. If you’ve ever messed around with Garageband on a Mac, Logic Pro is THAT easy. I’m no engineer, so I don’t need the clutter of other DAW, its a songwriter’s dream. Logic Pro is now $199 downloadable via APP store, and also includes Apple’s entire JamPack library (loops/virtual instruments). The mastering suite is simple to use too, which is wonderful for a knucklehead like me Goodluck in your search. Cheers!
Well done. Congratulations!!!
I just typed “Tim McMorris” in the search field, his tracks came up. In the tags, is name was clearly there. Now I also noticed that his official full name is TimMcmorriscMusic”. Is that a loophole? There’s always a loophole
After I master and finalize in Logic Pro, it allows me to export in WAV and MP3 at the same time.
It does show up if the author uses their name in their track’s description ‘tags’. Which I’m beginning to do with my own tracks.
nahkaorava saidOnce I have completed a track for me that’s it – it may not be the best sounding at the time but I prefer to move on.
So do you guys usually re-master your songs when you get new plugins etc? Just wondering, because I’ve have some songs in my portfolio that really good be polished up….
I tend to do the same. Unless there’s something in a strong selling track that is a real sore to me, I’ll fix it. Otherwise, if it was good enough to be approved the first time, then revisiting it is rather burdensome. But yeah, some old tracks are selling here too. Totally loving it!
“gbllx”, look at you growing with more tracks and sales. Keep it up. Cheers!
Congratulation Tony! You are doing great! It seems like just yesterday that we talk about our gears, and now you leave me far behind!
Satriyo! How are you, my friend? What I love about this community is the friendship that is made from thousands of miles away. I pray that this finds you well and happy Cheers to all!
Thank you AudioJungle/Envato for a wonderful two years. Just finished one of my best months to round out year two full years on the Envato marketplace. Not sure where I stand in terms being average, above average or below, but one thing for sure, I’m having a blast writing music. Cheers to all authors on AudioJungle for your inspirations and encouragements. This is truly a great community. Rock on!