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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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Teiwaz
post Mon 18 Nov 2002, 00:04
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[QUOTE from Synthetik] I still prefer to use ProTools. I like the way it handles regions of audio and organizes them plus I like zooming in on a track and making edits to the waveform directly to the track and not having to switch back and forth between the arrange window and waveform editing window.

Hunh?!??

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In Logic, you can set up as many as 99 (over spec'd!!) different window environments for displaying whatever you need to edit, and you also have a 'link' switch so that you can have the arrange window above, say, and the sample edit window below. With the 'link' switch enabled in BOTH windows, Clicking on an audio region in the main arrange window AUTOMATICALLY SELECTS THE AUDIO REGION IN THE SAMPLE EDIT WINDOW!!

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There is absolutely NO NEED to have to "switch back and forth between the arrange window and waveform editing window". It is my duty to inform you that you need to investigate your Logic manual a little more thoroughly on the subject of window linking.

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Also, I don't see what could be more flexible than being able to organize entire takes (8 tracks of live drums for example) and pack them into a folder all on their own. That sure beats "invisible tracks."

Of course, if you want to, you can put all of your midi tracks into their own folder in Logic, and all of your vocal takes into another, all of your guitars into another, etc etc, c'mon, it's an excellent system, and nobody (in the PT camp) seems to want to admit (or are unaware) of the supreme flexibilty that is Logic Audio.

How many windows are available in PT?....2. Arrange and mixer. And they're SET. Customising your key commands...? Er, no, not in PT.

It's just what it is...a basic multitracking solution.

The votes on this poll speaks for itself...

And if some think Logic users are snobs, then I'm a carrot born on the moon.

Peace.

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Teiwaz
post Wed 4 Dec 2002, 18:39
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QUOTE (add9 @ Jul 31 2002, 07:48)
Many of my friends have gone over to ProTools

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Vangelaki
post Fri 28 Feb 2003, 17:08
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There is NO WAY that DP3 has any status especialy after they promised a osx version for ages and still have not succeeded!!! ONLY in FRANCE and ONLY from universions there motu english to french programer is supporting these false statemenst here that dp is got a rating this high!!

No way
Internationaly evident is as goes
Logic Audio
Pro tools
Logic Audio with Pro Tools hardware
Cubase and Cubase SX
then DP

its abserd that in france they exagerate and corrupt the facts!!!!
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Vangelaki
post Fri 28 Feb 2003, 17:15
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And by the way Logic may be the best for apple since thats also corrupt by there propreitorism to support there own products by leaving everyone else out

Pro Tools is definatly the BEST AUDIO SOFTWARE/HARDWARE to depend on, no HOCUS POCUS like emagic logic 6 that for example sais they have grouping but no solos in groups, non other then pro tools is truelly based on conventianal studio engineering and music production technics and rooms.

Cubase offers great midi implemintations like arpegietor, gates and more

Logic offers a greedy user definalable sequencer but again not as flexible too, even to users needs!!!

Dp is allways a cosmetically pretty clone of ither vision or pro tools

If you have work to do get Pro Tools

If you want music to do and work then ewpand to Logic and PT hardware

If your a midi or music geek only get cuabse cuase it does great time stretching for audio as well

If you realy DO NOT use music sequencers and want to impress a french girl or guy with a mac get DP, it looks like it does what pro tools and vision does but even with 3d audio regions that cant tell you if your snapped to grid accuratly but who ever uses it never does care but that it looks gerat right?
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post Wed 17 Sep 2003, 02:02
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Logic.. by far... ive used them all, in every environment... studio, stage, etc...

the ability to create environments as well as its cross platform power surpases anything else. currently, i use it as my Synth/Bass rig on stage (G4 Mac -> Digi001) as well as our complete album production, etc.


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walt
post Sun 5 Oct 2003, 20:44
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Cubase or CubaseSX first, Logic second.
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post Thu 11 Mar 2004, 08:52
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As a humble moderator/serous amateur I prefer DP-4, for it's workflow.
It's audio editing capabilities & midi capabiblities are is more than enough to do just about any kind of job.

I used to be a Vision user way way back (1.0.1 to 3.xx). I've seen before on the net, that many people with my background seem to feel at home with DP.

The notescoring part is the ONLY in-elegant/clumsy thing about DP.
Personally I think it's a misstake to include notescoring in DAW:s.

It would be better if DAW:s where delivered with proper filters for exporting out,
midi data do different file-formats. (finale,sibelius,encore,overture, notability etc)

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post Thu 11 Mar 2004, 15:02
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IMHO the sequencer debate is paramount to a Mac/Windows debate, so I will try not to step in *!@%. Personally I use ProTools 6.2 with Digi 001 and with Mbox. I have also used Cubase for years, since v 2.5 before the days of VST. I still use Cubase from time to time for MIDI sequencing, and for all those great VST plugs and instruments. I think that audio recording quality is superior in PT compared to Cubase. Cubase has a better MIDI sequencer.DP is not even on my radar. I cannot comment on Logic, as it's price point has kept Logic out of reach, however, people who use it swear by it. I do think if you want to be able to take your project to a pro studio for mastering, PT is the way to go. All the big boys use ProTools or Logic, or Logic with PT TDM hardware.

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post Fri 30 Apr 2004, 10:49
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I like Pro Tools & Reason but want to get Logic.

PT is very stable and when rewired to reason is pretty unbeatable...
I do like what Apple are doing with Logic - GarageBand is great fun too!

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