Thanks for sharing VST are faster. It sounds like I can't use VST with Logic. How much slower are the AU's?
Do you have suggestings for a DAW if I wanted to use VST.
Any good suggestions for reverb plugins?
Thanks again for sharing
At this point I'm thinking possibly Logic, a Mac, VST, a midi mixer/controller and a midi keyboard.
Just to be clear, Logic doesn't use VSTs, but AUs or Audio Units. They are basically the same thing, but if you buy any third party plugins make sure they make AUs. I think most do now but better to check first before spending any hard earned cash.
I most likely will start off simple and small and learn from there. I kind of get the feeling like, I could buy a bunch of expensive stuff that I might not use and simply be overwhelmed. Then forget about the important part, the enjoyment of creating music.
Smart move, learn what you have now, you can always add more when you feel the need. Good luck with your new creative path.
AU will give worse performance though so VST is to prefer
I think if you start a good reverb is probaly the most inspiring thing.