Warping audio, that is changing the speed without affecting pitch, is not a new concept, but Ableton Live handles it with such ease that it must be noted. For synth bass line you have to trigger the scene and operate the clips for that scene. I find Ableton is great for honing in and composing loops, Logic is great for composing full songs. Finally, you can create a track and save it as a template for future use in Ableton. Also there are random glitches here and there with the tracks.
This is a great way to get an idea out of your head fast! If your thread is only tangentially related, it is probably considered off-topic. As music production gets faster an easier, choosing between ableton vs logic pro x comes down to a few basic principals. Here is a list of some of the key-points taken from both of them. I can do things quicker in ableton than in logic. I've used logic since version 7 and also ableton since v7. The ability to do take after take after take super fast! I started producing on a pirated copy of Ableton about four years ago, but I was never able to make anything serious; I got so caught up playing with synths and such.
Additionally, the grid lines could be adjusted to your taste if you needed. If you prefer a less creative software, which is incredibly linear in terms of mastering, go for Logic Pro. Being a creative person we all know how important workflow is. The truth is that every producer, artist, and engineer has their own personal preference based on how they work. A Collection is essentially a tag, marked by a title and designated color.
Conclusion: You should use what you feel most comfortable with using. I haven't spend much money on production equipment as of now but paying full price for ableton live 9 was a great decision I made! This is why the interface is so busy. In any case, everyone can see good videos comparing Cubase vs Logic vs Protools vs etc, but this is my own opinion in this matter. You can simply just make it more or less grey. I grabbed Ableton for a few other reasons.
So when I'm just getting down ideas, the window stays nice and simple. But Logic Pro is a bit simpler and more user friendly I guess you can say. I feel like there's less bullshit to deal with, and I can just get right into making music when inspiration strikes. They almost always say that the audio engine is just awesome. I use Ableton when I feel like 'playing' music.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that if you're just starting out, either Logic and Maschine or Ableton and Push would be the way to go. It made a name for itself for not only being the best recording program for composers, but also for being one of the best performance instruments in itself. There are very few cases where the software is unusable, making any caveats about it minor ones at best. This speeds up your workflow and frees time for you to be more creative. A programming environment that allows users to build their own instruments and effects, Max for Live was previously supported as an add-on product for purchase but will now come already integrated in the software itself. As Cubase has adapted over the years with new developments and new competitors, it has been able to successfully incorporate some of the trendiest and most reliable tools of the trade in its interface. There are a bunch of free tutorials all over the web for that.
So different it's impossible to say which is the best. An audio engineer needs more room for mixing than a music producer does, and a music producer needs more room for composing and arranging than an audio engineer does. Its speciality, as the name suggests, is live processing and performance. This is incredible handy when replacing samples or creating comp tracks. When it comes to using Virtual Instruments, I have found Ableton to be a bit more stable.
Included Included Included Push Push is designed to help you make songs from scratch. So a question came up in my head: How to be creative in logic? But i love logic's interface. The important thing is to just pick one and master it. For all the areas Pro Tools excels, it falls short in others. As we consider Ableton vs Logic pro x, you can get your drum pattern quickly without re-sequencing the audio pattern with live. I would love to be better at it but I only have so much free time.