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Posted 10 September 2008 - 05:44 AM
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Posted 11 September 2008 - 12:14 PM
I mean after the tutorial, how easy is it to get around and get shit done? Thats what I have been avoiding, is sitting down and doing the tutorial, afraid its going to take all day, and I just haven't had a day to devote to it yet. I have gotten on it and like fucked with stuff myself for like 20 minutes here and there for the last few weeks, but thats it.
If easy interface is what you're after, then ableton is the program for you. Once you've made a couple of finished tracks with it you'll be quite adept at using it, and it has enough dept to keep you interested and produce excellent results
Posted 12 September 2008 - 12:31 AM
Its not the industry standard like pro tools or whatever but I personally cant tell the difference between recordings made in either program when listening back to them on CD.
And a bonus that ive experienced is that its much more stable than Cubase in terms of crashing and losing half of your work etc.
If I were you Id download several demos of different programs and see which interface you like best, then have a look at the specs for all the programs and see what you get for your money, and if the program justifys spending the extra dollar. depending on what you are wishing to record & get out of the software you may get just as good results from sound forge, audacity, garageband, cubase, logic, fruity loops etc
or an old 4 track.
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