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The Limits Of Logic Pro 9/X?

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    Posted: 28 Feb 2014 at 3:12am
Just wondering is logic well suited to do in studio DJ mixes? I know it's great for production, but are industry DJ's using it to mix as well. 
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hi ya Red... yeh you could put an album / mix together in logic... dropping tracks in arrangement view.... and automating your EQ and other effects to mix them together

although the goto DAW is Ableton & the bridge is what djs use for live performance.... this was my first choice as an alternative to buying cdjs or the like.... but the bridge helps incorporate external mixing gear... so you could play the decks and simultaneously... introduce a new track in ableton or add stabs fills or apply your own designed effects... rather than just the fixed effects you normally get as standard with a hardware mixer for decks
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yeah, any DAW will do the job, although Ableton Live is the more common one these days as Dave says, due to its integration with DJ software and session view grid.
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Great, thanks for the insight. I want to master Logic first before moving on to any new DA, but Ableton looks like great software.
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