Session Guitar: Recording in Multiple Locations Using Different Software

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dderella

Ron, Thanks for the reply. The info is helpful. My project is working out great. But i have run into issues between Pro tools and Logic. Is there a way to import the entire PT session into Logic? I keep seeing OMFI in my research, which basically exporting PT session as a midi file. Have you ever tried this?
-Dan

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Stephen Quinn

Thanks! This info makes online collaboration all the more easier. I'm going to purchase Logic Pro once I have some money saved. I'm going to create a home studio and make some professional recordings. It be great to collaborate with fellow musicians around the world.

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jeffishere

Great blog! Question: I'm a living room GTR player who gets ideas for riffs and I want to quickly record my ideas on either an apple ipad 4th gen. or the new google/samsung nexus 10, which uses Andriod apps. I cant decide which tablet to buy. Does either one have an edge for the home GTR player as far as recording riffs?
Thanks!

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RonZabrocki

Hey Dan!
Thanks for reading and commenting!
The main reason is WAV files are universal. Any softeare on a PC or MAC will open them. The time stamping was different on Pro Tools on AIFF a few years ago, but not sure anymore. It was a proprietary chunk of info. Made things difficult. ( May be different now) I don't use PT on a daily basis or as my main rig, but do own it, just in case. But WAV files or will work everywhere. I call them the bisexual mistress of the recording world! Goes both ways...PC and MAC!
LOL!
Good luck on your projects and keep in touch!
Ron

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dderella

Hey, first thanks for the blog, it's been real helpful in working on demos for my band and on songwriting in general.
I'm about to embark on a recording project just like you explained. Why use WAV files, instead of AIFF?
Thanks,
dan

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