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> Your favorite audio sequencer?
Your favorite audio sequencer?
Your favorite audio sequencer?
Protools [ 85 ] ** [17.31%]
Performer [ 106 ] ** [21.59%]
Cubase [ 82 ] ** [16.70%]
Logic [ 166 ] ** [33.81%]
Vision [ 27 ] ** [5.50%]
others [ 25 ] ** [5.09%]
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Francois Déchery
post Mon 1 Jul 2002, 16:02
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post Fri 5 Jul 2002, 05:49
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QUOTE (webmaster @ Jul 1 2002, 15:02)
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I live in California and the majority of Mac Audio guys & gals are either Performer, Protools, or Logic Audio. I have to say that Digital Performer offers the best performance and sound for the money and integrates with soft synths well. I use Native Instruments in DP3 all the time. Pro Tools is definitely the microsoft of audio and does not allow sensible upgrade options. Logic is, well umm, Logic is Apple now so that should be interesting. But DP looks like the best choice for me. laugh.gif
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post Fri 5 Jul 2002, 15:20
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Hi,
as I have mainly been using audio these past years and have been tought PT, it remains my favourite sequencer. I have got accostumed to its ease of use, and the professionalism of its' sound and plugins.Yet, I really regret that PT (LE 5.1)_on the contrary of Logic_lacks of tools of creativity (speacking mainly of midi), especially as I have come to use more synths and samplers nowadays. I know very little about DP, and Cubase is...(no comment) wink.gif
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post Fri 5 Jul 2002, 22:37
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Logic Audio all the way

Ive been a PRO TOOLS user for POST PRODUCTION Houses 8 years + solid every other day, as well as major Label music staff STUDIOS and PRO TOOLS with LOGIC AUDIO is the most you can get from a DAW..

DP3 is nice for $$$
SVP (opcode was the easiest) and dp riped it off
Logic had a learining curve but apple fixed that allready!!!
Pro Tools 5 software was a acception for music Production

but if you want to have automation like dp3, Pow dithering, OSX and even suround sound and more tracks then pro tools for music production its LOGIC AUDIO
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SERIOUSLY LOGIC IS THE FUTURE FOR MAC, but i do feel terrible about PC cuase i use logic fo work and want to walk into any room , even if they only have a PC and just run my session or continue from both platforms..[B]


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post Mon 8 Jul 2002, 05:56
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I use cakewalk metro 5 for both midi and audio synking. I always have a wonderful time, no problems with VST plugs. Simple and plain, just how I like it.


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post Tue 9 Jul 2002, 15:15
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Protools rocks!
Ones used with it, all is so simple to do!
Even complex task can be easely archived with some apple-c/apple-v or shift-clik ...

IMHO the best macintosh-feel software, (despite digidesign marketing policy....)

Performer is also really mac-friendly and has some great features (smapler support, polar, ...).

Cubase used to play NOT in tempo....

Logic is too complex to use...


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post Sat 20 Jul 2002, 16:18
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Maybe I'm crazy or maybe there's a memo I missed or something....but I love Nuendo.

I have PT and DP and LA but have taken to Nuendo. I have No problems with latency. No problems with plugins. No problems at all.

Am about to get the 828. Perhaps this will be a new awakening for me. But for now,...I'm very satisfied.

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post Wed 24 Jul 2002, 18:25
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I like performer for sequencing, But what happed to Master Tracks Am I the last Master Tracks user? Master Tracks is the utmost sophisticated and fun to use sequencer


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post Wed 31 Jul 2002, 08:48
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I voted Logic Audio simply because I know it well.
Many of my friends have gone over to ProTools, but I like the saying "Don't change horses in the middle of a stream" biggrin.gif


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post Fri 2 Aug 2002, 00:18
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