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    Smile Your shit will never sound like the pros. UNLESS YOU ARE A PRO

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    It is that way because they know all about the shit and you dont. Plus if youre a producer dont get upset. Pro producers barely mix unless they want a sound to sound a certain way. They just pass the shit off to their engineer when they finish the production.

    Your job is to produce not engineer.

    Yes you can help and guide your engineer but they usually just let him do him or her because they know whats best.

    With that being said fuck engineering lmao.

    Logic seems to be better then fl studio too in the pro level.

    Londononthetrack uses it and said once he moved on from fl and learned logic in fullsail u is when the shit started becoming serious.
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    logic and pro tools... industry standard
    Nobody wins this game......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synapsis View Post
    logic and pro tools... industry standard

    But not because they are still superior to any other major DAW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Phonetics View Post
    But not because they are still superior to any other major DAW.

    Well... university teaches you logic, and pro-tools.... Logic has endless routing and signal chaining possibilities, as does Pro-Tools...

    Pro-Tools can snap audio to grid and do all sorts of other cool shit that no other DAW can do.... Logic almost can do the same...

    Fruity Loops.... Bullshit.... load of shit....(IMO)

    Ableton.... funny little hack program, that I don't particularly care for....

    Reason.... Good for slaving and re-wiring through Logic.....

    Nuendo..... Not bad, has also many opportunities for signal paths to follow....

    Cubase.... Not really a fan, though has been round since atari.....

    Orion..... My favorite, does everything an in the box producer needs to do... not really that great for external inputs etc...


    Logic and Pro-Tools... IMO are far superiour to any DAW on the market, simply for the depth and opportunities the DAW's offer... no other DAW's come close to what possibilities those DAW's allow to the learned user...
    Nobody wins this game......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synapsis View Post
    Well... university teaches you logic, and pro-tools.... Logic has endless routing and signal chaining possibilities, as does Pro-Tools...

    Pro-Tools can snap audio to grid and do all sorts of other cool shit that no other DAW can do.... Logic almost can do the same...

    Fruity Loops.... Bullshit.... load of shit....(IMO)

    Ableton.... funny little hack program, that I don't particularly care for....

    Reason.... Good for slaving and re-wiring through Logic.....

    Nuendo..... Not bad, has also many opportunities for signal paths to follow....

    Cubase.... Not really a fan, though has been round since atari.....

    Orion..... My favorite, does everything an in the box producer needs to do... not really that great for external inputs etc...


    Logic and Pro-Tools... IMO are far superiour to any DAW on the market, simply for the depth and opportunities the DAW's offer... no other DAW's come close to what possibilities those DAW's allow to the learned user...

    Ahhhh where do I start there are SOOOOOOO many flaws in your post.
    Let me just say this, you lack a lot of knowledge of DAWS.

    Just by you saying Pro Tools and Logic are "Industry Standard" is laughable.
    Your comment on Reason and Ableton alone shows you don't know much.

    My advice learn more.
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    If you went to school for that, it would be hilarious synap.
    Most daws have been on equal footing since 2010.

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    This is so much bullshit

    1. I've seen mix engineers work on one of zucchero (basicly the best itanian singer out there) albums produces recorded and mixed in FL (there is not a thing as industry standerd...)

    2. there are many mix engineers who like to show what they do and explain you so even if you are not a pro you can sound like one (seamless is the most famous but think about Owen Palmer from Computer Music)

    your vision of the music industry is clearly and completly wrong...

    IDK what to say...
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    lol.... okay.... I was talking about industry standard recording software...as in, the real shit.. It was my opinion in the DAW's.. And the fact is, Pro-Tools, can connect to a desk... and analogue desk.. each channel can be routed to the analogue channel... then the signal can be processed by analogue compressors, eq's, reverbs, etc etc etc....

    Fruity Loops.. cannot be routed to an analogue desk, Fruity loops has like 'inputs' from the audio interface you have....

    Pro-Tools is industry standard for every proper Recording Studio that uses high end analogue gear... Logic can also route to analogue, and be mixed through analogue desks...

    No options for those routing or mixing possibilities in FL, Reason, Ableton... etc etc... They are all trapped, 'in the box'.

    Anyway... I am not going to argue with you guys... What is the point.... You all know better, it would be hilarious, that any reputable studio was running FL for its interface and recording.... Maybe do some research on what the Pro's actually use.... like the real studio's....
    Nobody wins this game......

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