The edit counter allows for us to see the exact start time, end time and length of any selection we make or we can use it to create specific selections on a track. In Ableton, this sort of task would require very little extra work from the user. Granted you perhaps get better results out of Ableton if that is what you are used to but with a full understanding of the periodic table and all of its elements I can't help but suggest that the laboratory wins every-time. I routed Kick, Snares, Hats, and Crashes to their own tracks out of Maschine, and routed the Strings and Rhodes onto their own tracks out of Kontakt. I laughed at this too! In Logic, it is much harder. I have attempted to be as objective as possible and not overwhelm you with a biased onslaught. There is no refference to an original sound when using a plug in sampler.
Logic Pro X also has a slew of high quality loops and samples to use if that is your thing. Alternatively, ask around with your friends to see if they have a version you can experiment with. The truth is that every producer, artist, and engineer has their own personal preference based on how they work. The price is also reasonable and, like Cubase, there are different versions on offer. Both programs offer loop-record functionality. Also the media browser in logic is horrible: logic pro doesnt read 32 bit samples, and it doesnt show you the waveform when you pre listen them.
I check couple forum n couple dj, it said u make ur music at ableton live, mixing and mastering at logic pro. Plus, as others have pointed out, Logic is dirt cheap. They say that they have exported loops that sound great from logic, really phat and open, but when they open them in Ableton, chosen Hi quality, unwrapped etc. You can also customize the look of the main window to better fit your own taste. Pro-Tools and live are sounding very similar in my ears as invol stated, Live seems to be a very very little more transparent but therefore a very very little more colder - but this also might due to the wrong level of the crash in Live -see later this post. Feel free to ask me any more questions! I'd never think of doing a live performance with anything but Ableton; I'd never think of scoring a film with anything but Logic.
I grabbed Ableton for a few other reasons. Learning If you have had any experience with garage band then you will understand and pick up Logic Pro very quickly. Industry professionals team up with recording artist and producer Jackiem Joyner to shares tools and tricks to delivering the best sound in a recording studio. I have been producing for over fifteen years. I hope my article helped you out in making an informed decision! In any case, everyone can see good videos comparing Cubase vs Logic vs Protools vs etc, but this is my own opinion in this matter. This is incredible handy when replacing samples or creating comp tracks. The Push 2 is also a revelation.
Space Designer sounds like an elegant series of echoes that can be shaped to create a unique sense of space, whereas Reverb sounds like '8 bit', 'white-noise' that clutters the samples clarity. Some works are in my youtube channel and soundcloud free. This really sets the bar high when it comes to workflow. But why should they do this when everything is perfect as it is? · A vast collection of sounds and extra packs · Awesome integration with Novation or Lunchp adds. My strong point is just to kind of have an idea and get it on the page and send it over to him and he will mix it and make it sound incredible. BenRicoMusic I just want to say, that the learning curve for Ableton is not very steep.
It could be argued that versions of Ableton Live prior to Live 10 could have done with a face-lift, which is essentially exactly what happened in Live 10. They are widely used in the industry. If you believe your post or comment was removed in error, check the and include a link in a polite. · Loop-based workflow makes your recording and mixing simpler. And the mixer view seems pretty easy to get around with. One of the downsides is that Logic on runs on mac. Each artist uses their rig for different reasons.
Even projects that I compose and produce mostly in Ableton eventually get brought in to Logic for completion. I began on Propellorhead Reason and switched to Ableton Live in 2001. Otherwise, my confidence remains with Logic and Mainstage for production and live performance. Can be used as a sampler and as a drum rack. Which features do you wish that one program had that the other doesn't? In this area, it completely blows the competition out of the water. Again, workflow is highlighted with Ableton as you can see.
But does´nt that say that the others sound better but live is more neutral? When remixing other producer's stems Ableton offers intuitive time-stretching options as well as one of their strongest features Envelope Automation. Live is designed to operate quickly and on the fly — it is a live tool at heart, and you may get a slight loss of audio engine quality for that. On the other hand, if recording and mixing music is your thing then It is a pretty close call. In some wats, the program is as only good as the person using it. Also in Logic the first basedrum is faded and as dorsch has stated the rhodes is late at the first time it comes in or also faded.