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    Default Re: Thinking of switching from Nuendo 5 to Logic Pro X

    In the USA perhaps.

    Many people I speak to overseas don't share that view. PT doesn't have the same type of grip on people there as it does here. Engineers are able to work on their own terms. In many of the European nations, Cubase and Logic are more prevalent in studios.
    Good point. Not something I'd considered. You know us Americans...only thinking about ourselves

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    Default Re: Thinking of switching from Nuendo 5 to Logic Pro X

    Good point. Not something I'd considered. You know us Americans...only thinking about ourselves

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    Default Re: Thinking of switching from Nuendo 5 to Logic Pro X

    Good point. Not something I'd considered.
    I see that paradigm shifting as we speak.

    I can't speak for other countries, but in Sweden, more professional studios are turning to PT every day.

    For me, Pro Tools has a significantly smaller "inexplicable weirdness" coefficient.

    Just to give one example, I do my strip silencing for sample triggers in Beat Detective. Slicing the regions makes the cuts happen EXACTLY where I put them. Not so in Logic, which puts the splices randomly before or after the marker. Unusable, if you want to include e.g. ghost notes.

    Another example would be the waveforms moving (also seemingly at random) inside the regions as you change the region boundaries.

    I still use Logic for most of my work, but I am migrating to PT for mixing. Logic's MIDI handling is still much preferred, however, so arranging will probably continue to happen in Logic.


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    Default Re: Thinking of switching from Nuendo 5 to Logic Pro X

    For me, Pro Tools has a significantly smaller "inexplicable weirdness" coefficient.

    i have to agree, unfortunately.

    recently switched to logic from ptLE and noticed the waveforms moving around randomly after doing some edits or dragging the region window one way or another. Even entire comps done the previous day seemed to move around or dissapear completely the next day. quick keys for windows needing to be hit multiple times for windows to pop up, logic remote not working properly, etc, it makes me wonder if we're the beta testers.

    hope they fix the bugs and improve on these issues because otherwise its fantastic! love the compressor, hasn't crashed once or lagged behind while recording multiple tracks, works great with metric halo's software, and has some decent sounding amp sims that come with it. definitely an improvement on what i had before. $200 and i didn't have to buy a propriatory interface to use it.
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    Default Re: Thinking of switching from Nuendo 5 to Logic Pro X

    We in the Cubase camp felt like beta testers having to pay - up to 7.5. Now life is not only fun but also a rose garden.
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    Default Re: Thinking of switching from Nuendo 5 to Logic Pro X

    so theres hope for logic pro x? here crossing my fingers! happy new year, btw!
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    It would feel utterly stupid if Apple backed out now. Let's hope for a great Logic year.
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    Default Re: Thinking of switching from Nuendo 5 to Logic Pro X

    I see that paradigm shifting as we speak.

    I can't speak for other countries, but in Sweden, more professional studios are turning to PT every day.

    For me, Pro Tools has a significantly smaller "inexplicable weirdness" coefficient.

    Just to give one example, I do my strip silencing for sample triggers in Beat Detective. Slicing the regions makes the cuts happen EXACTLY where I put them. Not so in Logic, which puts the splices randomly before or after the marker. Unusable, if you want to include e.g. ghost notes.

    Another example would be the waveforms moving (also seemingly at random) inside the regions as you change the region boundaries.

    I still use Logic for most of my work, but I am migrating to PT for mixing. Logic's MIDI handling is still much preferred, however, so arranging will probably continue to happen in Logic.


    otek
    Sounds like where I am with it. I always use PT for more audio recording many tracks- ie tracking a band. I also prefer mixing in it, and I'm sure its contestable but I am convinced the internal summing of PT is different and I prefer it to some degree to Logic.

    But for arranging and more electronic music Logic wins. I am fine with moving stuff around and editing but I am never as comfortable as I am in PT, but for general electronic music I thing having everything on tap just helps.

    So for me its both, and with both I can do most things without too much worry.

    I thing since PT went proper 64bit it also benefits the virtual instruments so much more, so my previous argument for why I started to use Logic is less relevant but I have come to like arranging in there.
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