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Inoxide
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so. 5 years after 2007’s release, Logic Pro X give us THIS is what they give us?

We waited so damn long in anticipation… for, well, practically a beefed-up version of entry-level Garageband?

i am so disappointed. i will now definitely discontinue Logic. As i see NOTHING new here ! absolutely nothing, apart from a cosmetic touch-up and a few useless features (whoopi-dee – you can control Logic from your ipad). Wow. Bonus! much needed feature that, considering i’m using Logic in my fixed Studio!!!

How can this compete with Pro-Tools HD?

Still no news on whether can use our old plug-ins. can anyone clarify?

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MSFX
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everyone wants to process all their audio mixing on their iPad, c’mon get with the times ;)

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Inoxide
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yup. George Martin’s selling Air Studios… and from now on, all commercial recordings will be done on his ipad. :)

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SamBerson
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I think it looks nice! Gonna wait until there are some official reviews before I purchase it.

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Sonicbyte
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Try http://www.reaper.fm/ or Reason 7 (http://www.propellerheads.se/products/reason)

The first one is almost free and super powerful and Reason is my main daw, and I love it

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matsteiner
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And don’t forget: If you work a lot with Audio or virtual instruments, Cubase is probably the most capable DAW at the moment (I use it as my main DAW, but also have PT10).

Many years ago I was working with Logic only, but the change to Cubase was the best I ever did :)
But I will not participate to any “religious” DAW discussion :P:D

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GroovingGecko
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Haha, it is DEFINITELY not just a beefed-up Garage Band. Everything from Logic 9 is still there + much more. I’ve had it now for a couple of hours and I really like it!

The only problem: No 32-bit support, so bye bye Sylenth1…

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familychoice
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I think all DAWS have their strengths and weaknesses, I’ve gone through Cubase, Reason, Ableton etc. I prefer Cubase for audio recording, Reason for synths and Ableton for stretching and looping. My favourite music software at the moment is Maschine, as the controller’s great and it has some amazing instruments.

I bought a Mac mainly so I could run Logic so looking forward to giving it a spin. The big plus with Logic is the price, it’s less than half the price of most of the competition.

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BrownHouseMedia
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Apple has made it known very publicly they are not interested in the professional software market any longer. They are NOW a consumer electronics company – just look at what happened to Final Cut.

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