2 Replies Latest reply: Feb 4, 2013 9:56 PM by fenderguy4life
iemmanuelwash Level 1 Level 1

My friends and I would like to record our voices onto beats I've produced. I was going to get a microphone from Blue Microphones (Yeti), but my friend thinks I should get the Pro Tools Vocal Studio.


The problem is that I am used to GarageBand, and have been using it for a long time now. Pro Tools 10 is a new application to me, and honestly, I don't want to have to learn how to use entirely new software when I know that GarageBand can do the job. And I don't want to spend $99 dollars on something that may not even work. We don't have money to blow...


Is Pro Tools Vocal Studio worth the cost and learning new software, or should I get a Blue Microphones Yeti and stick with GarageBand? I just want to know if it's worth leaving my comfort zone.


Thanks in advanced!

iMac, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2), 8GB RAM, 500GB HD
Solved by isteveus on Dec 24, 2012 10:35 AM Solved

I'm pretty sure that Pro Tools Vocal Studio is just a M-Audio usb mic and a  special version of pro tools SE that comes free with many mics and interfaces.


The M-Audio mic should work fine with Garageband so you could use it with both.