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They are all excellent and capable DAWs. However, after using Logic Pro X, it is hard to migrate to any other music software. I find myself able to create music with relative ease that the other DAWs just are not capable of. The MIDI capabilities alone are second to none in Logic and the ability to compose music in all styles makes it the best of the best.
Another huge plus is the constant and free updates Apple provides… updates that are really upgrades in the quality and number of plug-ins and soft instruments built into the program. Composing music or just recording a band is easy with this software. Whether you are into acoustic, jazz, electronica or rock, this software package is the best there is and gets updated constantly by Apple. Apple takes this software very seriously and I commend them for their excellence.
Version However, it does have on issue now with Flex Pitch and Flex Tim. Total disaster when only trying to use Flex Pitch and not edit the time. When you turn off Flex and Follow, all of your time and pitch corrections disappear. I just want to use flex. Considering its features, the app is also a very good substitute you might try. It is free to download and provides you with a multitude of features.
You can record or edit a sound from your computer. It is easy to handle and gives great results. It is another iOS option to choose from. GarageBand is a reliable DAW that is used widely around the globe. The app has a large library of a host of music to choose from. You can mix your sounds or polish them. It allows you to export a track and has a powerful interface that you will find to be accessible and interactive. Use Ardour to record your sound, mix it, or trim it. Unlike the fade tool method mentioned above, volume automation can be used to fade out software instrument tracks, auxiliary tracks, and more.
If needed, more automation points can be added in between to change the automation curve. The final way to fade out a region in Logic Pro X is to use the built-in audio editor to make destructive edits on the audio file.
In general, destructive editing is useful for making small edits to individual audio samples without having to bounce audio. Next, click and drag on the audio waveform to select the region you want to edit. Logic Pro X gives you three different ways to fade in and fade out audio.