With more and more people using different DAWs, the need to be able to transfer a project from one DAW to another has grown. In this article we are going to show you how to move projects from one DAW, like Pro Tools, Studio and Logic Pro, to another DAW. In this article we will also cover the pitfalls in the export and import processes and how to overcome them.
Here’s An Easy Way To Emulate A Useful Pro Tools Display Feature In Logic Pro X
I often hear Pro Tools users complain about Logic’s inability to display the length of a selected region. This is a feature necessary for editors working with sound design in post-production. It is a useful bit of information, always available in Pro Tools with a glance at the top of the window.
Eli Krantzberg writing for Logic Pro Expert – Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Over the years there have been a growing number of Pro Tools users who have felt at some point that Pro Tools has been playing a long game of catch up when it comes to introducing “new” features. When I refer to “new” I mean features that are new to Pro Tools, not innovative new features that haven’t been seen before in other DAWs.
I read a number of blogs as a daily exercise. ProTools Expert is one of them, even though I abandoned ProTools at version 8 (Got Logic Pro X) and never looked back.
I use Studio One (now version 4), Harrison MixBus, and Logic Pro X (with the occasional GarageBand for good measure). I find that I learn *A LOT* about DAWs and recording and mixing when I try to find the similarity between them along with how to do “the same thing”.
I think there’s plenty of innovation left – Cubase, FL Studio, Sonar, LIVE!
It’s all good.