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Garageband Jam Packs or Logic Express 7


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So I attended a Garageband workshop my local Apple store yesterday. I've messed around with Garageband a few times, made my 1st, 2nd and 3rd song(s) and even plugged my guitar into my Powerbook and recorded a couple of riffs.

Here is my question:

Would I be better off buying Logic Express or buying multiple Jam Packs to expand my sound loop selections?

Since 3 Jam Packs would cover the cost of Logic, I'm not sure what the best option is..

Thanks if advance for your suggestions.
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I think if you really get into music creation you'll very likely end up using logic express/pro. I was hooked on garageband but I'm now just beginning with logic and it's very impressive.
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So I attended a Garageband workshop my local Apple store yesterday. I've messed around with Garageband a few times, made my 1st, 2nd and 3rd song(s) and even plugged my guitar into my Powerbook and recorded a couple of riffs.

Here is my question:

Would I be better off buying Logic Express or buying multiple Jam Packs to expand my sound loop selections?

Since 3 Jam Packs would cover the cost of Logic, I'm not sure what the best option is..

Thanks if advance for your suggestions.
Whether you go garageband or logic consider this
Pro Loops

9 gigs worth of loops and sound effects. I love it.

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