With the availability of so many applications for any given action, users often seem to be confused and all messed up on coming to one concrete app for use. There are people who feel GarageBand for Windows is a better suite app while others feel Logic Pro to be a better one. Here is a comparison on ground of features and an overall appeal, let us see who wins it!
For all the times you actually wish to come up with some really cool music and you need an audio producing app for the same, you can always rely on GarageBand as it comes along with OS X with some really cool tools to choose from.
Apple also has Logic Pro X which comes at a hefty price of £149.99 which is actually not really a great idea for all the people out there.
If an app like GarageBand is available for free then why to pay for something else?
The Sculpture Tool in Logic Pro
Not everyone might seem this coming, Logic comes with a full profession suite with some really amazing sound creation tools including the likes of Space Designer, EXS24 Sampler, Ultrabeat Drum synthesizer; not available on GarageBand. One of the most coolest among them is sculpture tool which claims can create the sounds of vibrating objects such as glass, wood, metal, etc.
A feature which is now common in both is the Drummer.
Well, whenever you use any given application, the user interface always holds its own importance. These applications look quite the same while they both share similar kinds of an overall view, project creation methods and also a common code base.
Both these programs have a single window operation design and hence eliminating any sort of confusions with the availability of multiple windows. Whatever youw ant, you simply need to click on it. Logic on the other hand however, does have an option to create spaces similar to that of Windows style and allow you to set features open.
Flex Time in GarageBand
Flex Pitch will help you have an overll control on the vocal and live instruments. The Flex time in GarageBand allows you to execise detailed control over the editing, effects and many other features.
Logic Pro X might seem to be a little complicated if one doesn’t knows what the user wants from the application. You can always make use of online manuals! Hence, considering all of the features and an overall inference, one should go with GarageBand if he/she needs a cheap as well as abic app. For those who are in search of some serious music making or may be some fancy tones and modules, Logic Pro X would be an ideal choice!