Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by kirk95, Jun 10, 2006.
Logic Express here.
Will be soon! Getting a MacBook Pro in July as part of my job at the college.... Hoping to pickup a Apogee Mini Me USB and a Neuman LM 103, as well!
Logic Pro and dual 2.7 Powermac.
I use Logic Pro with a Digi002 and a DigiMax LT. I'm thinking about the Apogee Ensemble...
Exactly... me too..
I saw the Ensemble at NAMM. I'm wondering how that compares to the Rosetta 800?
Logic Pro 7 here. Great software for the most part, but danged if some things aren't just ridiculously over-complicated (at least to my pea brain).
I am using Logic. I like that I can easily move tracks from GarageBand into logic... and I love the electric piano module.
I use logic pro 7.1 (gotta get that 7.2 upgrade...) as well. Love it!
Logic Pro 7.2 with my iMac Intel Core Duo. I love it!
I´ve just got Logic Express.
At the moment I go straight into the audio input of my Mac from an Audio Technica AT822 (battery powered) mic.(I´m recording some classical guitar)
I´ve adjusted the input level to "Max" in the sound preferences, but still I don´t get enough inputsignal... (the mic can´t be any closer)
Isn´t there somewhere to adjust inputgain in Logic as well?
sounds like you need a mic preamp...
I record with Logic 6.3.1 on a Mac G4.
I also have the stereo AT mic. You need a soundcard with preamps!
Learning Logic Pro here... years of time on DP and ProTools... just one more to add to the arsenal!
when i was a kid, my mom used to yell @ me to use more logic.
sry, i go now.
KungFuLio, what's your take on Logic vs. DP so far?
Suppose you´re right...
Among the plugins there´s a "helper" called "gain". Recording with that one boosted a bit might be an temporary option?
>>KungFuLio, what's your take on Logic vs. DP so far?<<
You didn't ask me, but here's my take, having now spent a bit of time with both Logic 7 and DP 5 (I'm a longtime DP user).
Both programs are extremely powerful, with DP having the edge in my opinion for tracking and scoring to picture. However, Logic has the edge in soft synths (Sculpture is really quite cool).
I think the implementation of the studio paradigm in DP is more flexible, and the whole program feels more adaptable to the individual user. The Consolidated Window is brilliant, for example.
Logic seems a little easier on the processors, and it's very pretty to look at. I could live with either program.
Thanks, LS. I'm using Logic now, and am mostly happy with it. I say "mostly" because there are some things that seem more complicated than they have to be. My point of comparison is Pro Tools LE, which I used for a while.
Bottom line, I've gotten over the initial Logic learning curve, and its "workflow" feels natural, if a little illogical, now. The fact that Apple has to keep Logic working with its own OS is a big plus for me--Digidesign would take quite a while to make that happen after a Mac OS update.
Logic 7.2, dual 2 G5 and 828mkII