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Garage Band Transition to Logic



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Garage Band Transition to Logic

As a Entertainer/Artist/Engineer i have much experience with all kinds of recording programs. I have experience with Garage band, Logic, Sony Acid Pro, Cubase, Protools, and More! Today i want to talk about a beginners transition from Garage Band to Logic Pro Studio. Anyone can use Garage Band with success it is very easy to use. Garage band being so easy ? to use how hard is it to transition to logic? The answer is very easy! Most of the tools in Garage band are available in Logic Pro with just a few more added abilities. ?Most of the features are very clear to find and have what i call "Slide Bars". For example the auto tune setting is just a slide bar high or low in Garage Band. In Logic Pro its the same but you have more opportunities when it comes to fine tweaking certain things like the note, attack, release, pitch, ETC. if you are still thinking of upgrading i would say do it i promise you the learning curve is not bad at all, and you will be able to do more with your mixes

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ermini2

I remember when I used to sit there with you for hours, watching mix and master songs you had just recorded. I learned quite alot but I definitely do not have the ear for what you do!

Thank you for your insight on these programs!




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MusicMoguls

Those days are long gone! I spent so much time wasting away when i could have been building a business. I hope that people can read this and get an idea of what the basics are when it comes to making that transition. Garage band was fun for awhile when i got to logic it was time to get serious hahahaha! Thanks for reading!




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idealmike

Ohhh is it I never knew all of that jkeyz, that you was a artist and music engineer and had all that experience with those apps that's awesome man. I used to tinker with Fruit Loops studio a bit back about 10 years ago but it was all loaded on my old PC with all my samples, effects and the tracks I'd made and all that but had some HDD crash and other problems and got a new PC with the intention of moving everything over but never got round to it in years and got into other things by then so didn't have the time to. I think when I did try it wasn't having none of it and I ended up (rather breaking heartedly) throwing it away. Yeah, I remember that now, still gutted about that and wish I'd have stuck with it because was making some cool tracks and beats and things for me and my mates to listen to. I know a few MC's and lyricists, singers and song writers so they needed instrumentals and tracks for their songs and albums and that and I could have provided all of that with it.

What I remember though is that FL studio was a seriously comprehensive and versatile program that could be used for making virtually any sound you wanted from it. And some of the people that have mastered that have gone on to work for some really big names and artists in the music industry. A lot of today's homegrown electro music is made using apps and programs like FL.

A lot of Trap Nation and Chill Nation tracks are made using it. You simply could not make something like this without it!



I'm kinda sorta trying to get back into it. I know several MC's and lyricists that ask me if I can make instrumentals for them. I'm experimenting with something on my phone atm called Beatwave have you ever used it? Garage Band Transition to Logic




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MusicMoguls

Yes i have heard of beat wave and i think for a simple sound its really cool to use and really innovative. It would really work for musicians since they are always on the go. You could make a nice little sound real quick on your phone and then when you get into the studio you can replicate it in real time. Fruity loops is a beat making program as well and its awesome from what i hear. I have very little experience using this program but i've seen people make some pretty crazy beats using this. if you have people asking you to make beats i would buy a cheap beat machine and hook it up with FL Studio and make some bangers man. Thanks for reading and sharing!




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fulstaf

I have tried garage band first and found it to be over simplified, there isn't a whole a lot of options, I remember when they've made logic pro x look like garage band and producers were freaked out, maybe it was a great app, but I couldn't take it seriously.




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