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Logic vs Cubase

Postby nickoli » 02:33, 9 March 2011

I'm looking to upgrade to a full version of a daw. I've used cubase le for a few years and now garageband for about half a year. I am familiar with both and like both for different reasons. now to the question is there anyone out there that has both or can enlighten me on the better choice. I know it is usually a personal preference when it comes to daws but i just can't make my choice here.
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Re: Logic vs Cubase

Postby Andy Keys » 16:27, 5 April 2011

I have both Cubase 5.5 and Logic Pro 9. I started with Cubase so I could move song files between the Macs at my college and my PC at home. Now I've got Logic, I'm slowly shifting in that direction. I use Cubase more for creating full scores for printing out than for recording now.

They're both good, but I seem to spend more time mucking about with settings on Cubase, whereas with Logic I spend more time recording, arranging and so on. I suppose the key question is do you need to share your song files with anyone?

Does that help at all?
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Re: Logic vs Cubase

Postby nickoli » 02:40, 13 April 2011

That was actually a huge help, exactly what i needed to hear, i was leaning towards logic myself. Well thanks a lot
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Re: Logic vs Cubase

Postby Andy Keys » 09:53, 13 April 2011

Good stuff. I've found Logic to have a bit of a steep learning curve at first, but then I've been using Cubase for years. Once you work it out it's a breeze!
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