Sonic State Studio / Sequencers / EMAGIC Logic Audio (all flavours)

Average rating: 9.6/10 out of 10

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Johan a part-timer user from Sweden writes:
All u wish 4..and more..

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Sunday, 24-Feb-02 at 17:55
AvS a hobbyist user writes:
Just perfect....

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Friday, 22-Jun-01 at 4:40
AndrewOstapenko a Professional user from Ukraine writes:
Every time when I Power ON my PC or MAC, I have the NEW-LIFE, because inside I have the LogicAudio: big Part of my days& nights with.I dont no:What need for Happy programming...I think, this is ONLY LogicAudio!!!Thanks from Ukraine to Great Talante EMAGIC!!!!

posted Thursday, 23-Nov-00 at 22:52
Alex a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I absolutely love this great program! It allows for so much flexibility with your MIDI, because you can pretty much do whatever you want in the Environment. Route and filter your MIDI streams any way you can imagine! Once you've set up your instruments, assign any number of fader objects to them, and assign any control function to each fader object; now you can record all your knob tweaking into separate tracks, based on control #s! Audio handling is also great, and Logic supports all the VST/DirectX plugins, not to mention that it comes with a number of it's own outstanding processing plugins (of course, you have to get Platinum, because the plugin package in the other versions is nothing compared to the Platinum package). The SoundDiver integration is great, and I can see all the real program names from my instruments because of it. This is supposed to be supported even better with the new SoundDiver 3, which I think is already out! Also, if you have an Emagic MIDI interface (I've got a Unitor8), Logic will deliver very accurate MIDI timing. I only wish I had one of those new dual-G4 Macs, because Logic would just kick so much more ass than on my PIII with the dual processor support! But since I already made a stupid mistake of shelling out some serious cash on my PC DAW, I'm goning to hold out for a while (maybe until the next generation of Macs and Logic 5.0 roll out) before switching to a Mac. I think all that talk about a "steep learning curve" is bulls**t! I don't have the manual for the program, and after a few tips on how the environment works from a friend (we spend maybe 2 hours together and he showed me around the program's basics), I was able to figure out the rest on my own, and now feel very comfortabe with the program. I never used Cubase, but I heard it's got a very different approach, so maybe making a switch would be difficult, but once you get used to the way Logic works (or mainly, the way the Environment works), you should have no problems. What more can I say without being accused of being an undercover agent for Emagic? =) Their products are simply great!

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Friday, 10-Nov-00 at 16:54
Frank a hobbyist user from UK writes:
Logic Audio Platinum 4.x is currently the most superior MIDI/Audio sequencer available. That may change with VST 5.0 coming out but who knows?

For me, the real advantages in using this app over VST or Cakewalk is the superior functionality, flexibility, stability and timing.

On a reasonable PC, the same MIDI dance groove sounds better on Logic than on VST. The timing on Logic is better than most h/w and on dance tracks this REALLY makes a difference. In fact I wouldn't consider going back to VST no matter what new softsynth features they come out with. If you're timing ain't perfect then everything else doesn't matter.

It has more MIDI functions than you can shake a shitty stick at and will in short do everything you want.

Try it and buy it

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Thursday, 04-May-00 at 6:44
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