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  1. Guitar Man
    10th December 2009 09:40 AM - permalink
    Guitar Man
    Ed

    Thank you for your input. I am glad you say that the Amp designers and plug in boards are good because that is what made me go with logic. The only trouble is is that i have already puchased the PT with the Mbox and will be using that as my sound interface!!!?? will this be a problem? I will have to make do for a while and and use it while learn Logic and save for another interface.

    What is the second hand market like?? What interface would you recomend?? I was looking at a MOTU UltraLite mk3 FireWire Audio Interface????

    Thank you for you help, very good. I am waiting for it all to turn up so i get stuck in and see how i go. I guess i will be back with a few questions sometime.
  2. EdRyan
    10th December 2009 04:02 AM - permalink
    EdRyan
    Hello Guitar Man.
    I'd pick Logic to start with. It's better featured for your needs. The Guitar processing plugs are ace. Plugin board and Amp Designer are goooood. I hate PT for so many reasons. Old/Poor plugins that claim to sound like decent hardware (they don't do anything good at all for me). I think the Mbox is more of a security dongle instead of an interface. A fact proven by the Mbox midi (with mini jack i/o on a usb stick) and their packages based around USB Microphones. Then there's the latency issue. Followed by the lack of affordable 3rd party plugs for PT. PTHD costs a bomb but is good. le isnt worth the pcb and dvd its pressed on !

    Get an old version of Logic and buy the upgrade. Will cost around 200 in total. Then go get a decent interface. Spend as much as you can here. Something with good pres and convertors will save you a lot of trouble with your recorded parts failing to shine in your tracks.

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