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Logic Tips/Tutorials ect...

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Finally got round to downloading the whole 47gb of Logic Studio...Where do i start?

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nice one, anything else bmc?samples, plug ins?

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getting to know the synths is easiest if you have a specific sound u wanna make, like this one for trance leads:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5F2YuaVQ6Qas for audio in logic, search for 'using samples in logic' or something like that, if you've got any specific queries send me a message and i'll give you some tips.

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cool ill install and try make a beat, then holla where i need help.

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What you running it on?Got a MBP for birthday, looking to get this soon...

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f*ckin hell, didn't know it was that big.I am probably one of the only producers in the world that hasn't used logic before.

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Any tips for using AU instruments? Best ones to get?

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What you running it on?Got a MBP for birthday, looking to get this soon...
Macbook 2.16 Intel Core 2 Duo, 2gb ram, 160gb HDthink im gonna need another HD. 55gb just for the install, not even including the content discs :-|might replace my internal HD with a 750gb
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Is that spec enough to run Logic smoothly? My i5 struggles on playback sometimes

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have a look at ur I/O buffer size, it's in the preferences section under audio, that should free up ur cpu a bit, as for au instruments i use the standard plugs that come with the program plus a few free ones from computer music, /the thing about synths u pay for is they sound better than free ones because they have extra reverbs and delays and chorus fx built in to beef the sounds up, but you don't necessarily want all that if u want the sound to sit further back in the mix, i always end up disabling the reverbs and sh*t so i can apply my own. unless ur after something which deals with a specific synthesis type the freeware ones are more than adequate.

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what spec is your mac bmc?

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I got the most basic pro that was out in summer 09Can't even recall specsI run logic 9, its usually fine unless i get into about 10 tracks...and am running like firefox or something same time...then it stops playing and says there is an error

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mac mini 2.53 core 2 duo, 4gb ram 500gb hdd

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