#1
okay, my band is going to start recording with logic, however im a little confused on what cubase is. i've heard it has a lot of effects (pitch corrections, vox reverb etc) and that you can use it with logic.


is that true

i am new at this
#4
I've never used Logic, but Cubase is amazing. Very easy to use. I'd imagine that Logic could do more though.
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#5
Logic is my favorite. I ****ing hate cubase.

It's all personal preference though..
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#6
I'd say, considering price, go with Logic if you have a mac and spend what you've saved on another good mic.
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#9
the new logic is absolutely amazing... beats anything cubase has ever come close to

i find that logic is much easier to use. cubase can do pretty much everything that both logic and protools can do, it just takes longer to do it.

if you can afford it, go with logic. if not, cubase is still good. it can do everything you'll need it to. logic's just better.
#10
Logic express would do fine. Cheap and brilliant.
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