Or Logic Pro X is the professional version of GarageBand if you prefer. Cubase also awesome for music production, but my orchestration friends say they generally prefer it to Ableton or FL Studio. If you didn’t already know, GarageBand is essentially the lite version of Logic Pro X. TLDR, Logic Pro X would be better that Garageband simply because it has more options w.r.t. Good luck! Been playing guit-fiddle for over 40 years and just now experimenting with recording my music. I'm not sure why OP is moving away from Reaper, either. Reaper is a very powerful DAW and about as cheap as it gets. The bass and guitar modeling are as good or better than guitar rig and other similar plug-ins I've tried. I would personally recommend logic pro. Unless you have plans on going pro in some way, Logic probably isn't worth it (thought it's only $200 or something like that). So i'm reconsidering my needs for Logic Pro, and to use the money I'd have spent purchasing it on buying some good Monitors which will have a massive improvement on my final mixes. This is the "producers" DAW. Reaper being on OS X flew over my head! Can anyone shed some light on whether I'm thinking right with this, and Garageband would be the better choice for my needs. Ok, so I left Pro Tools for Reaper in 2007 when I was still a PC based DAW user and builder. It’s similar to GarageBand and can do most of the things ProTools can do. Have you thought about Logic, Studio One, Ableton, Reaper or...? However, the past few days I've been thinking of how because all I'd be recording is guitars DI'd through the Line 6 POD Farm, program in my drums with EZDrummer, and then (On the odd occasion when appropriate) basic Synth. It works better for my type of flow, but in your instance, it sounds like you will really enjoy logic pro. And your GarageBand projects from Mac, iPhone or iPad open in Logic Pro exactly as you left them. Begin by opening your project in the standard way. In den aktuellen Versionen hat Apple damit begonnen, Features aus Logic Pro X in Garageband zu implementieren. Mach den Schritt von GarageBand zu Logic Pro X. Instead of pro tools, you should look into Ableton Live...Fantastic software! I should add: I haven't used it as much but Logic (the upgrade of GarageBand) appears to be a really solid middle ground between Pro Tools and Ableton Live. In this quick tip, you'll learn how to successfully transfer your projects over from GarageBand to Logic Pro X. I'll be transferring a Magic GarageBand project over to Logic Pro X, but this method will work with almost any project. Eventually I acclimated but it was a pain in the ass before everyone did free tutorials. Logic Pro X vs GarageBand: The Interface. Logic is usually the logical (intended) next step from GarageBand. Und deine geöffneten GarageBand Projekte sehen in Logic Pro genauso aus wie vorher. But essentially the same workflow. Especially when micing acoustic guitar. professional usage. It is more advanced but similar to garage band, and not too expensive. If you're looking to get away from Reaper, you won't lose anything in trying out GarageBand, since you'll be getting it for free with your MBP. It comes with software instruments and plugins that get the job done. I think I'll give GB a fair go, since it'll already "be there" on the Laptop, but have Reaper as my "failsafe" since I'm 100% confident using it and I know how to make the music sound good. It's a fantastic producer's DAW and speaks a language you already understand. Make the move from GarageBand to Logic Pro. Logic is one of the top 3 DAWs with Cubase and Ableton. I don't know anyone that doesn't hate Avid though. The main differences are in fine-grained control, and some pretty important basics missing from GB. Stepping up from GarageBand to the professional features of Logic Pro is one of the smoothest transitions you’ll ever make. Garageband and Logic are closely related. For example, melodyne is $200 bucks. Um dies zu ermöglichen, sind externe Interfaces wie zum Beispiel USB-Mikr… Soft synths and sample library are generally really (kontakt komplete is $1000) expensive and logic gives you about 50 gigs of pretty usable samples, especially if you spend the time to customize rather than using the presets. If you're working with lots of software instruments, sample manipulating, etc: Ableton Live is what I personally use for this type of work but most of the other established DAWs are pretty comparable. Meaning, there was no learning curve. So first a bit of background; I'm a heavy rock/metal guitarist who for around a year now has used REAPER on my Laptop, along with Line 6 POD Farm & EZDrummer and made my own music. Wir haben es ausprobiert. First off: any reason why you don't want to keep using Reaper? When you’re ready, turn on more advanced features. That's a great point! It's significantly more advanced than garage band and it's free to try for as long as you need and then if you want to buy a license it's like $60. I started out on garageband, made the switch, and it was just like eating a mario magic mushroom, staying mario, but slaying shit. Either try Logic Pro (it's GarageBand on steroids) or satay with Garageband. I would personally say Logic. Doesn’t tax your system like PT and other DAWs do. Logic and garageband are set up nearly identical, you can just obviously do a lot more with logic. If you want a smooth transition out of of GarageBand I’d suggest going with Logic. I'm new at this recording stuff. Lots of waiting on the devices to catch up and try to hang with the requirements that the software has. Once connected to GarageBand or Logic Pro X, the Loop Block will control the Lightpad’s layout and key app functions: Press Play to listen to or pause your song. If it feels too limiting (which I could see if you've been using Reaper), you can step up to Logic. Logic and garageband are set up nearly identical, you can just obviously do a lot more with logic. Of course, Apple deliberately chose these parallels to make it easier for beginners to switch to Logic from GarageBand. and later switch to another DAW that does all they need and more for a fraction of the cost. Seit Logic Pro X spricht nichts mehr gegen den Aufstieg von Garageband zu Logic. No vocals, and no advanced MIDI-synth work, that maybe Garageband is a better choice. There are some things it can’t, there are some things ProTools can’t do. Posted: Mon Apr 19, 2004 6:43 am … But yeah, what other people said, logic. For the differences, use "google.com" to go to … It is a great program. So, let's get started! 25. Hi. Will second moving up to Logic- not a ton of cash to drop and the transition is smooth as butter. I went from GarageBand to pro tools without looking into it just because it was the “industry standard.” Needless to say I was hit with a very steep learning curve and while I have a nice ear, that wasn’t enough at the time. Garageband is a great entry-level DAW, but upgrading to a pro DAW is a great next step. You can still make good music with them, and they can both use Audio Unit plug-ins to supplement the effects they already have. No matter what you decide on, research. Dennoch gibt es noch jede Menge Unterschiede. GarageBand is free, fairly easy to … It has a good handful of the more advanced audio editing tools Pro Tools has but also retains the MIDI and audio warping capabilities of Ableton Live. Try Reaper. For EDM or general solo production, FL Studio and Ableton are still great. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the WeAreTheMusicMakers community, Continue browsing in r/WeAreTheMusicMakers, Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Superior drummer is roughly $200 and logic has pretty awesome and customizable drum kits built in (especially when you use the producer kit version). BUT don’t be afraid to venture into Ableton, etc. Make the move from GarageBand to Logic Pro. Logic is just a bit more sophisticated. Opening the Project Step 1. For starters, you’re greeted with a familiar interface. REAPER and GB should work fine. If you happen to be in school they offer a student discount as well. All DAWs have their high and low points, IMO, it's really more about what you're into producing, For a general all purpose DAW that can handle pretty much everything equally well, I would suggest Pro Tools or Reaper (I am PT myself) I consider these two to be more for proper "Audio Engineering" as a broad term. The big cons are expense and having to deal with Avid. Different DAW:s, different strengths. These are only ten examples and there are many, many more. I'm familiar with Ableton & I like it a lot. As many have already mentioned at least try GB out, Logic is like a higher-firepower version of GB so if you absolutely love the way GB flows then Logic might be worth investing in after all. So, from what you outlined as your goals, Logic might be the best thing to spend your money on at this point in time. What wonders Apple's new distribution model enables, and if you're more of a cynic-- who cares if Apple only offers Logic so reasonably "in order to sell more Macs." You can also do a monthly payment for ProTools so you could use the Standard version of PT with minimal financial commitment and decide from there. Ars Praefectus Registered: Nov 26, 2001. I currently use GarageBand, but am considering moving over to Pro-Tools. Provides infinitely more ways to make distinct and more professional sounding music, and google/YouTube makes the learning curve more manageable. At the time Reaper was, and really still is, a very lean and powerful DAW. It feels like what a modern DAW should be. Compare GarageBand VS Logic Pro X based on pricing plan, features and platforms etc. The MIDI capabilities and audio warping engine are very advanced. And your GarageBand projects from Mac, iPhone, or iPad open in Logic Pro exactly as you left them. Pro Logic vs Garage Band Q? I was originally a Cubas guy then a Logic guy and now I can't see myself leaving Studio One. Meaning, there was no learning curve. And all this is built in so the gui is clean. Posts: 5469. The live tracking, editing, and mixing capacities are ultimately still better in Pro Tools, in my opinion, but until you're doing heavy lifting in that department, Logic will take you a long, long way. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the WeAreTheMusicMakers community, Continue browsing in r/WeAreTheMusicMakers, Press J to jump to the feed. and decide which software is the best for you. Very flexible, with really cool integration for live performance. I use Logic Pro X, and it works well, but Cakewalk Sonar is better if you're on PC. My only reason against continuing with Reaper was that I felt starting fresh, and using an "Apple" made product, which was a bit prettier and smoother around the edges. 25. Lots of fun, but lots to learn. Der Wechsel von GarageBand zu den profes­sionellen Funktionen von Logic Pro läuft so reibungslos wie bei keinem anderen Programm. When you’re ready, turn on more advanced features. I started out on garageband, made the switch, and it was just like eating a mario magic mushroom, staying mario, but slaying shit. Or is Garageband too basic, and Logic Pro X really would be the way forward regardless of cost and the features that won't be used. If you're recording a lot of live instruments: Pro Tools has objectively the most advanced audio editing and is the industry standard for almost all professional audio engineers/recording studios but it isn't the quickest to learn. Even though GarageBand and Logic Pro X are both music-making DAWs (digital audio workstations), there are a lot of fundamental differences. Apple were offering a 3 month trial (may still be - worth checking) Which gave me a good amount of time to assess the differences between the two programmes. It's impressive, feature full, and advanced allowing you complete control. He already got a good DAW. Recently i made the switch to FL STUDIO however. For starters, you’re greeted with a familiar interface. Why do you want to change your DAW, thought? Sehen wir uns zunächst einmal an, was die beiden Programme an Funktionen bieten. GarageBand and Logic Pro only differ visually at second glance, because both the way they work and the look are very similar in both programs. My first thought (Perhaps naively), was to get Logic Pro, (I have used Logic Pro 9 rather extensively around 2/3 years ago - I did A-Level Music Technology) since it's the big-boy professional software. I think Logic is kind of a no-brainer as well. Abelton is rad, but if you're gonna invest time, money, and effort into a new DAW, Pro Tools is the best out there as an overall system. It's also considerably cheaper. I'd say go for logic. Registered Member. Im Grunde genommen ist Garageband eine abgespeckte Version des "großen Bruders" Logic Pro X, mit der es möglich ist, echte Instrumente und Stimme/Gesang mit dem Mac aufzunehmen. Hey guys, So first a bit of background; I'm a heavy rock/metal guitarist who for around a year now has used REAPER on my Laptop, along with Line 6 POD Farm & EZDrummer and made my own music. Vocals are an art to be learned too. Logic Pro X is a higher version of GarageBand, and is a paid software for $225 that can be installed from the App Store. I just posted something yesterday whereby someone said, in 2011, that Logic was an absolute steal at $599. There are a LOT of choices between those two. It has a Mac version. It is a great program. Make the move from GarageBand to Logic Pro X. Post Dec 29, 2010 #1 2010-12-29T04:19. I’ve just bought Logic Pro X after using Garageband for over a year. woodandsteel2. Composition and mixing instructor John Davies explores the surprising differences and similarities of GarageBand and Logic Pro X. GarageBand 10 carries a subset of instruments sounds derived from the Logic Pro X library, and many of them sound great. Das fängt schon mit der vertrauten Benutzer­oberfläche an. It all depends what you’re using the DAW for. On the one side, there's Garageband which will come free on my Macbook with iLife, then in the other corner there's Logic Pro X. Logic Pro X vs GarageBand: Buying advice. It’s a more affordable option—but I would recommend maybe trying the free version of ProTools and see how you like it. Press Record to record. (Advice Please!) Many people switch to Pro Tools, pour ridiculous amounts of money into it. When you’re ready, turn on more advanced features. And your GarageBand projects from Mac, iPhone or iPad open in Logic Pro exactly as you left them. Make the move from GarageBand to Logic Pro. While GarageBand and Logic share many of the same functions and design cues, they are quite different platforms in the end. Garageband, or Logic Pro X? Logic Pro is like the natural extension, the bigger brother of Garage band. Stepping up from GarageBand to the professional features of Logic Pro is one of the smoothest transitions you’ll ever make. Studio One could also fit into this category but it still feels like it's a little behind DAWs like ProTools (I own both). I should also note, the music I'll make won't be made commercially available, just uploaded on my Soundcloud, and on YouTube! And your GarageBand projects from Mac, iPhone, or iPad open in Logic Pro exactly as you left them. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, https://soundcloud.com/in_self_defense_separator. I’ve used it ever since. What are you making/aspire to make? It's easy to go back and forth between platforms... almost too easy. Logic is great but if youre not needing all the plugins etc then go for something cheaper and put your money towards other gear. For starters, you’re greeted with a familiar interface. Stepping up from GarageBand to the professional features of Logic Pro is one of the smoothest transitions you’ll ever make. I think it's probably a good idea to get your DAW while you're still a student. It's incredibly inexpensive for the features you get. Man braucht eben nur macOS – entweder via Mac oder via Hackintosh. Pro tools is quite different to garage band however far better. This is a screencast to accompany a podcast episode I did recently. While both Logic Pro and GarageBand have Arrangement Markers for use with Drummer, only Logic has Markers for navigation that you can name, color, and use key commands to go from one to another or to a specific marker. I used GarageBand for around 4 years and just a year ago decided to switch to ProTools, and it’s definitely a massive jump up. Don't listen to all the people blindly suggesting whatever DAW they happen to like and which is "better". More comprehensive options for sculpting and mixing sound. This is the "engineers" DAW. It's been great fun, and I've loved having something to spend time on and be passionate about and had great positive feedback for the stuff I've made, and it's resulted in starting a band. This is highly dependent on what kind of music you make and how you like to make it. I would look at all the alternatives before switching. Garageband is probably good enough for you, but it's not seen as a 'proper' DAW. The main advantage Logic is going to have over GB is when you start getting into more in-depth mixing or MIDI composition: you didn't really mention doing a lot of these. For starters, you’re greeted with a familiar interface. Try it out, and see what you think. And i dont believe ill ever look back. More powerful routing. When you’re ready, turn on more advanced features. Launch GarageBand or Logic Pro X, depending on which DAW you prefer to use – you're ready to start making music! Also it happens to be completely awesome, and it comes with an insane amount of plugins/content/etc for a very low price. Logic is the next, ahem, logical step from GarageBand. Logic Pro X is for sure the best option for you. People tend to use Pro Tools because people tend to use Pro Tools. All your old GB projects will import directly into it. That’s not to say that you can’t make professional grade music in GarageBand, and if you aren’t working in a studio recording a ton of tracks, then it may be all you need. If you want similarity Logic Pro is great, I use logic mostly for music and pro tools for more vocals and speech and also for linking sound/music up with moving image. It's really the price point that is keeping me away from that software. I switched to Mac in 2010 and started using Garageband and Logic as well as Reaper. With logic you get a fairly similar set of time and pitch features. That said, please do not think that I am dumping on GarageBand. Are you a Garage Band user, who is considering getting into Logic Pro X? Stepping up from GarageBand to the professional features of Logic Pro is one of the smoothest transitions you’ll ever make. If this is so then I don't see any issue with Garageband initially. These days, it is also installed in iPhones and iPads, so I think many people are using it. If you’ve used GarageBand is the logical choice of upgrade as they are compatible and both made by Apple. But honestly, GarageBand is actually really good and you can do a lot with it! Personally, I'm gonna agree with a few other folks here and suggest that you upgrade from GarageBand to Logic Pro. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. It's basically GB on steroids. Sure, with GB you'll be able to do all the things you already do, but with logic you'll be able to continue to learn new skills and grow as a composer. Im Vergleich zu Garageband hat Logic Pro X da doch ein paar mehr verfügbare Instrumente und Loops. Irgendwie bin ich dann noch bei Logic Pro hängen geblieben, die DAW bringt so viele Effekte und virtuelle Klangerzeuger mit, dass ich es wirklich als Rundum-sorglos-Paket betiteln würde und es kostet nicht einmal viel. It's essentially the 'full' version of GarageBand. Now to answer your question, I guess you are more into recording music rather than sampling or using software synths. woodandsteel2. Also: running pro tools on any Apple laptop isn’t very conducive to a productive workflow in my own experience. I would personally recommend logic pro. REAPER's built-in effects are a fairly standard suite of the basic tools, much like GB's stripped-down Logic effects. This Christmas I'm going to buy a MacBook Pro, but I'm torn on what DAW to use. GarageBand vs Logic. It's also considerably slower than all other DAW's when working with MIDI and software instruments. I know GarageBand is memed on all the time, but it's been good to me for years. 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