The Logic Pro Thread


#1

Noticed there was no place to talk about Logic Pro.

I myself having been using it since about 1997, and switched to ProTools in the 2000’s for a while.

Studied and became certified as a user by Apple Inc. while attending the Conservatory Of Recording Arts & Science. As well as gained certification as a trainer. While I do not pride myself on “knowing it all”, I am happy to learn, grow, and share what I know.

Any other logic users out there?


#2

I’m a Logic Pro X amateur.

I only use it for recording, tracking, mixdown, and “mastering” (should call it amateuring or Ozone-preset-applying)


#3

I’ve been using Logic since 2009. It’s pretty good but I wouldn’t use it if I was starting over. I found it to be the most intuitive of the DAWs and for $200 it’s not a bad option.

My workflow got a lot better when I got a big fast harddrive and started right clicking on my midi loops and rendering them to audio tracks and got scissoring.


#4

Oh the scissoring! Do you make use of cut by transient functions?


#5

No I just cut at the waveform where I need it.


#6

@Hygro here is another video based on using transient editor key commands. Always found using logics internal transient algorithm detector as a really quick way to edit waveforms.

are you familiar with all these are just prefer not to and just rather cut the waveform bit by bit on your own?