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06-19-2004 11:46 AM
Originally posted by imissthewar
I'm just starting out with my home studio (thread here) and I'm getting a middle of the road G4 to record on. Something around 600mhz and a gig of Ram.
What program would run smoothly on this system? I don't need a bunch of plugins and features, just some basic editing and mixing facilities.
Thanks for all your help.
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02-04-2013 07:07 AM
i hate logic because it makes one feel like a tech geek instead of a musician.
Yes, but does it make you feel like you could murder someone for a political cause just be cause they had a different opinion to you and disliked americans? Or am I missing the point by which you were so unfairly compared......?
02-04-2013 11:14 AM
Logic and its handling is nearest to how musician, composer and arranger think. Logic was developed by people who understand how musician think, how the workflow is from scratch to the final composition, to making a score, and Logic's GUI is in music terminology, it is actually the only digital music production software which is in music terminology.
02-04-2013 11:32 AM
"Adjust Tempo by Selection & Locator"
of such features other programer of digital audio production software haven't even dreamed yet, takes 2 minutes in Logic, something every composer needs daily - adjusting the timeline to the tempo of the audio tracks.
Not as Nuendo, Cubase and whatever halfbaken crap which only can adjust the audio file to the tempo on the timeline and adjusting 5 drum track takes 1 hour in a tempo editor.
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