Currently Being ModeratedApr 3, 2013 9:41 AM (in response to Kenneth Nielsen)
Kenneth Nielsen wrote:
The difference with Logic Pro I've noticed is there are a lot more people and resources to help than with most other DAW, except maybe for Pro Tools. I think staying with Logic will bring me tremendous growth in working with music at my humble home studio. Within a few months I would like to start having friends over to play acoustic instruments together with some singing also. I'll probably never go beyond a few microphones and an interface, but Logic Pro should become very accommodating to this end, especially after I spend some concentrated time with formal lessons.
With your attitude I'm sure you will improve by leaps and bounds plus get great enjoyment out of using Logic. The real fun comes after having some friends over and getting some tracks down, the adventure of mixing and coming up with a result you're content to listen to over and over.
Remember, the spirit of the music trumps the recording quality... music is always first. I'd much rather listen to a great performance recorded poorly than a mediocre/unhappy performance recorded perfectly. Of course, the best of both worlds is desired.