Dual boot Mac & Win, and can't you install Win on Macs? just do that and switch between OS's, i do it with Ubuntu and Win7.
If you already use another program like crossover, it's all the same beyond preference, but VMWare is my go to.
Oh, you're gonna get latency unless you have an audio interface(works with Mbox2 like a charm, only one I can speak on, but pretty sure any would work).
Two things that annoy me are people who are positive out of ignorance, and people who are negative out of bitterness. People who are neither usually get along with me and agree with most of what I say. People who are one of the 2 think I'm the other.
In fact it's the exact same point that is used claim an advantage in favor of using Logic on the Mac as opposed to using a dual platform DAW such as Cubase.
Works fine for me in crossover games, slight latency issues when i have 40 plus patterns be damned. no need for a mac release. fl studio 9 plus reason plus audacity plus t-racks =all you need to make baller beats on your mac. now if only i was actually good at making beats....
Hey man, I kind of feel where you're coming from. I just switched to Logic + MacBook from years and years on Cubase + PC a little less than a month ago. You'll get the hang of it eventually... everything you did in FL you can do in Logic more or less. You just might have to take a different road to get to the end result and there are tons of tutorials online and even Logic's native support/help is pretty good. I'm in the same position as you, trying to figure things out that I used to be able to do with my eyes closed in Cubase
One thing I suggest you do just to make yourself more familiar is set up custom key commands. So , f you remember what the key commands were for the little things you used to do frequently in FL, edit Logic's key commands to the same ones, that way you won't have to learn new key commands and all that. There are little things in Logic, little differences with very simple solutions that took me forever how to figure out. Like in Cubase hitting the space bar would play/pause; in Logic the default is set up to go back to the beginning of a loop every time you hit the space bar. Little shit like that would annoy me and took me forever to figure out how to change lol.
But a big reason I didn't go with Cubase 7 for MacOSX , was the price (can't beat Logic's price seriously) and also I've read a lot of things about dual platform programs not working to the best of their capabilities on MacOSX.
Last edited by T-MAC; 01-12-2013 at 09:58 AM.
Thanks all! Yeah I've really decided to cut my losses and start learning logic, I actually like it. Any good tutorial resources someone wants to share? (And don't say manuals cause those are like the bible to me right now haha)
Can a midi keyboard be used with FL Fruity?
i thought it was coming out soon guess not
Oh thanks. But i saw that it said "no audio recording". What does that mean then? Does that mean that i can't use a mic?
Sorry for being such a noob i know uve helped on many of my posts..
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