Forgive me if I'm wrong, but I vaguely remember reading that you were thinking of giving Logic Pro a whirl after having used Cubase for awhile. If that's correct, what are the pros and cons of each DAW for you?
The best DAW is the one you are most used to using. Familiarity breeds efficiency.
I was a Logic user from v1.0 until v5.5.3 when Apple bought Emagic, and discontinued the PC version. Then I switched back to Cubase which I had previously used since v2.1
Even though I have since switched to Mac I still use Cubase because I know it so well and because I find it to be the most creatively fulfilling and I enjoy its workflow.
On revisiting Logic Pro X I found it to be largely unchanged since 2003, except for a few additions [elastic audio etc]. They've also hidden the 'Environment'.
I wasn't hooked back in but I do use it occasionally just to break my patterns and introduce a bit of unfamiliarity to my writing process.
How much research goes into your music? What kinds of things do you research or study?Ott responded on 01/22/2016 Next question
Hey Ottman, I was wondering if you've released any goa/psytrance stuff other than ''Black Ops''?
Apart from that I hope you have a splendid 2016!
I saw that you're playing in Finland soon-ish, hope to catch that show since I missed you at Ozora because of a goddamn fever, had to lay in my tent and hope that I wouldn't die...