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Randy Howard

Joined: 20/03/2012 16:49:03
Messages: 26

I've been using logic for several years now and am getting ready for an upgrade. I can't decide between Studio One and Logic Pro X. Logic Pro X has a lot of plugins and extras.but Studio One is offering a special right now. I'm presently using a studio 16-4-2 board. Are there any sugestions out there. I've downloaded the trial version of studio one and find some functions easier but I guess I'm not used to the program. I'm looking to find a upgrade that I'll be happy with for some time. you can also install Logic on more then one computer with the same license. I need help A>S.A.P..

Joined: 24/02/2011 21:30:31
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I cant tell you how to work, and changing always presents a bit of a learning curve. Coming from a daw related background, you may find the hardest part is duplicating the functions you are used to in another program.

There is a demo version of S1 pro v2, fully functional for 30 days. You mention you have a presonus board, and all their interfaces come with a free version of artist, so you already own the program.

As an fyi, presonus allows for up to 5 installs on the same license, and you can manage the installs from your user account. Cant use them all at the same time, but you can install on multiple machines.

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