Vocalixx wrote:I tried certain DAWS in the past and came back to cubase as usual, so I'll stick to cubase:)
billcarroll wrote:I can make music in either DAW, but I just prefer working in Cubase.
curteye wrote:billcarroll wrote:I can make music in either DAW, but I just prefer working in Cubase.
jpgtr wrote:... were it not shackled to such a cumbersome copy-protection/dongle scheme...
Centralmusic wrote:+ 1 !Nice Thread."Logic X vs Cubase 7":
http://www.gearslutz.com/board/logic-pr ... e-7-a.html
I don't think price is really a fair comparison. Steinberg will never be able to compete with Apple's pricing. It will likely mean though that anyone doing music on OSX will eventually purchase Logic. Steinberg will need to ensure that they don't lose their share of the market when that happens.
For me, the workflow in Cubase/Nuendo is much better than Logic for the way I work and it has superior editing etc., I'd just love to see GA4 released soon, and Cubendo performance vastly improved under OSX.
Just my observations and opinion, take it for what it's worth...
TC wrote:- Still needs some bugs worked out overall, seems like apple really didn't beta test as thoroughly as they should have. Environment is buggy (dragging and moving objects, etc.)
Freddie H wrote:[Can you please do us all a favor and do a "boot camp" and tell us all who perform and overall work best on what OS?
ChrisW wrote:Hi Freddie,
There's no doubt in my mind now that Cubase runs better on a PC, so the choice for Mac users as I see it is:-
1) carry on using Cubase on OS X but put up with the performance and display issues
2) switch to using a PC, or
3) switch to a DAW like Logic or Digital Performer that works properly with OS X
Bootcamp is sort of an option but an incredible pain to use.
I'm ploughing on with option 1) at the moment but am not sure for how long if things don't improve. If they don't I think I'm more likely to go with 3) than 2)
thermionic wrote:I wish Steiny would separate this forum into Mac and PC user forums. I'm not interested in the Mac user's tiny steps towards PC performance and stability. The post count would be 30% less without the Mac users bleating and "hooraying" as they head towards their impossible goal.
Re: New Mac forum
by Ed Doll » Mon Jun 10, 2013 12:17 am
It's not either/or. Logic has Window sets, its version of Workspaces.PSYNTHETIK_ wrote:and i actually like the work spaces in cubase on my 2 27" monitors rather than the docking windows in logic.
JMCecil wrote:...then by that "logic" everyone needs to catch up with the times and buy Reaper.
Steve Helstrip wrote:I especially the way its new folder structure works: if you collapse a folder on the arrange page, the mixer channels collapse as well.
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