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Hey guys im new here. Ive been producing tracks on reason for quit sometime now. mostly drum n bass and some edm. I just purchased a copy of logic 7. OMG its sooo bad ass i love it. The sequencer is a little more complicating than reason, imo, but i guess i'll get used to it in no time. I was wondering if any of you out there are using logic to produce DnB. I have a whole load of rex loops that i can load in the drRex player in reason, is there a way i can convert these into a format that a device could accept in logic? I was thinking converting the loops to wav, but then that would not allow me to indicidually adjust each sound within the loop. Also do any of you veterans have any tips for a first timer of this crazy cool program.
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Try to Drag and drop one of your Rexfiles into the Logic Arrange window.

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Try to Drag and drop one of your Rexfiles into the Logic Arrange window.


If that fails, rewire my friend! You can use reason as a slave to logic so you can just load up a Dr.Rex in reason on its own and use it as a remote drum sampler....now if only gigastudio came to mac :)

Good call on the upgrade...Logic is SO much more versatile! I know a few people who produce DnB on Logic and love it-especiall the es1 synth for basslines!

Ive been using Logic for a good while now, and i like to think i know it quite well :pirate2: If you have any questions about Logic, gimme a shout and ill be happy to help you if i can!

1 piece of advice for Logic - LEARN YOUR KEY COMMANDS!!! If you learn all of the common ones by heart, you'll speed up your production by a massive amount - theyre in the Options>Preferances>Key Commands window, and you can customise them if you wish :D

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Im busy with school right now so i havent gotten down to making any new tracks yet, just exploring the program, but yeah rewire is a great idea, the only thing is I run reason on my windows laptop, and have logic on my mac mini. I know logic has distributed processing capabilities, but can i run rewire through, say a router from the ethernet port?
Yeah I like the ES1 and sculpture works wonders on padsounds.
I'll be throwing down some tracks cos i'll have plenty of time and questions for you guys in the summer.
Thanks for the tip man.





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