So one of my friends spilled his drink on my mac and now its not working, does any one know of any good repair sites or any doing repairs in the Seattle area, or am i screwed?
Well, I posted this in an earlier thread. Your best bet would be to go to a mom and pop repair shop. If you have apple warranty, most stores fuck with that so you should be okay. It all depends on if the spill detector in his laptop is colored or whatever. It's this thing under your keyboard that changes colors when you spill liquid down there.
yo...so i was wonderin' for those of you that got macs and make beats....can somebody compare logic pro to reason or FL or even an mpc? or is it just a new piece of hardware that can easily be mastered?
Also is there any other programs u can use to make tracks with using a mac?
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Logic Proc is roughly similar to Garageband. Like any DAW (reason, logic, FL) they can pretty much do the same things. People will argue over which is better for what but once you learn one using this skills on another won't be that hard and it'll be much easier to use. A lot of producers look down on FL but a lot of popular acts use it, like Deadmau5.
Using Logic or any DAW is like using a new instrument except that instrument is a piece of software rather then a piece of hardware (guitar, drums, whatever). It takes time and dedication but with some effort you can learn it. Look up some tutorials and shit like that. I use Logic and I've used Live also. I like both but I've moved on to using just Logic now.
To your last question, there's tons of software available to Macs that you can make a track on. The only one that comes off mind that you CAN'T is FL.