Logic Pro vs Pro Tools – Which is Better?

Logic Pro is an affordable digital audio workstation (DAW) perfect for beginner and experienced musicians, while Pro Tools is a high-cost industry-standard music program best suited for recording and editing audio.

Both are extremely capable DAWs and are extensively used by music pros.

My pick would be Logic Pro but then again, I’m a Mac user and I might be a bit biased. This article thankfully goes a little deeper than my bias


Source: Logic Pro vs Pro Tools – Which is Better? – Musician Wave

4 tips for getting your tracks over the finish line in your DAW.

We’ve all been there, the sense of dread when you’re working on an idea, but can’t get it over the finish line; the 16-bar loop just doesn’t expand beyond the remits of your DAW.


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Cubase vs Logic Pro – Which is Better? – Musician Wave

I use Logic Pro myself so this article is going to be of interest to me. I also have used Cubase in the early days of learning the production ropes. As it says in the article…

Cubase and Logic Pro are both more than capable of producing industry-standard mixes and professional quality music. However, each DAW has its own advantages and suits particular workflows better than others.

Both have steep learning curves but for me, it’s Logic Pro all the way baby 🙂


Source: Cubase vs Logic Pro – Which is Better? – Musician Wave