Hey all, I've about the accessibility of Logic Pro X on here and after getting some app store gift cards for Christmas, I was thinking of getting the app to do audio production on my podcast.
My questions are: 1) Is it effective to use in this context? I currently manage with a mix of editing through Amadeus Pro (normalizing, cut/pasting tasks) and an Audacity plugin with a preset for compression (since the app itself is inaccessible.) At the end of the day, it's tedious to use two programs, I'm still not satisfied with the audio and need something to help lip smacking noises along with a deezer. (sp?)
Amadeus Pro isn't bad software but I feel like it lacks more customization. I'd like to fiddle with compression settings some more and possibly find other plug-ins to address my other audio issues.
2) The big thing though is that I'm an audio novice. Are there free resources available to help blind users learn what they're doing pretty much from the ground up? I feel like learning the software would be really beneficial moving forward, but I'm no musician or audiophile. I'd still be teaching myself for practical use and want to know I can do it since the app still isn't cheap.
Any advice or opinions would be very welcome. Thanks in advance!