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Mixing
« on: April 14, 2013, 03:43:33 AM »
For me, I have tried all the other software for mixing, but I think Logic Pro is definitely the best when it comes to this matter. It's easy to tame and mix the frequencies over here than in protools. Vocals even sounded great here. What is your take on this?

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Re: Mixing
« Reply #1 on: April 14, 2013, 12:25:57 PM »
I don't typically use the stock plugins for mixing as I've purchased many aftermarket plugins and have become accustomed to them. Most techniques in mixing can be applied in all the different DAWs especially ones that support external plugins like VST, AU, RTAS, etc. As far as the stock plugins , Logic has a nice selection right from the start. I still recommend getting more advanced tools than what the DAWs come with but yeah I'd agree that compared to many other DAWs Logic provides you with some good mixing tools right out of the box.

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Re: Mixing
« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2013, 06:41:48 PM »
I don't typically use the stock plugins for mixing as I've purchased many aftermarket plugins and have become accustomed to them. Most techniques in mixing can be applied in all the different DAWs especially ones that support external plugins like VST, AU, RTAS, etc. As far as the stock plugins , Logic has a nice selection right from the start. I still recommend getting more advanced tools than what the DAWs come with but yeah I'd agree that compared to many other DAWs Logic provides you with some good mixing tools right out of the box.

This is how I feel about the situation as well. There are so many great aftermarket plugins that can be used across all DAWs that support their format that I wouldn't consider one DAW better than another for mixing, unless you mean in terms of ease of tracking and control of all the functions/features inside the DAW. In that case FL studio appears to be the simplest design for routing and mixing IMO.
   

Re: Mixing
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2013, 09:22:54 AM »
I agree, Logic is the best for mixing in my opinion. I also agree about the range of plugins available, this works for me! Although a friend who uses Pro Tools says that is and prefers Logic Pro for composing.

Re: Mixing
« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2013, 11:16:53 AM »
1+ for Logic