Having a little more spare time than I’m used to, I was lucky to find some inspiration as of late working with a couple talented songwriters/producers. It was yet another reminder of how important collaboration is in the creative process.
I spent a lot of hours delving deep into my DAW of choice, Logic. I’ve been a champion for this program for over a decade and can’t say enough about its features and work flow. Ultimately, there are some other great programs out there, with Ableton coming in a close second, but for my money Logic has always been the king.
Biggest con for the program would be its exclusivity to Apple users. Having drank the tech giants Kool-Aid for years, this has never been an issue for me and for a $200 download from the App Store, it can be yours. Honestly, it’s provably the best couple hundo I’ve ever spent given the hours of joy it has given me.
Back to the lab.
JT James is a DJ, producer and writer based out of Vancouver, Canada. A veteran of the DJ and recording worlds. he has produced several projects in the genres of hip hop and electronic music under various aliases such as James Divine, Track Nicholson and Sandy Villanova. When he’s not on the decks, in the studio or staring into a blank word document you can catch him at the beach, hiking through the forest or telling people how much yoga can change their life.