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Luna vs Logic with SSL UC1

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I’m about to start mixing a few tracks with the SSL UC1 plugin controller. Because of a deadline, I’m trying to decide whether to go with Luna or Logic. The tracks have drums, percussion, bass guitar, acoustic guitars, electric guitars, piano, Hammond B3, and lead vocals.

Just to be clear, I only have the UC1 plugin controller. I do NOT have the UF1 or UF8 units with faders.

@UniversalAudio, are there any advantages (specifically related to the UC1) to using the UC1 with Luna over Logic at this time? Any UC1 users, please feel free to chime with your experiences too.
 
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UniversalAudio

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I’m about to start mixing a few tracks with the SSL UC1 plugin controller. Because of a deadline, I’m trying to decide whether to go with Luna or Logic. The tracks have drums, percussion, bass guitar, acoustic guitars, electric guitars, piano, Hammond B3, and lead vocals.

Just to be clear, I only have the UC1 plugin controller. I do NOT have the UF1 or UF8 units with faders.

@UniversalAudio, are there any advantages (specifically related to the UC1) to using the UC1 with Luna over Logic at this time? Any UC1 users, please feel free to chime with your experiences too.
No need for faders with UC1. In the 360 Mixer, you can set UC1's level pot to control LUNA's faders instead of the plugin output. Cool!!

I'm not a Logic user, so I'll of course recommend LUNA.
 

chrisharbin

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Well, it's all about work vs taste isn't it? I'm relatively new to logic and I would pick Luna for mixing, but controllers are an issue with Luna.
 
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