Hi Slau.
Thanks a lot for such a comprehensive answer. This is pretty much what I 
was looking for.
Logic will remain for me a kind of an instrument to play with, but I am 
looking to get back into some editing and this is why I asked the question.

Thanks again.
Vic


On Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 7:28:02 AM UTC-8, Slau Halatyn wrote:
>
> Hi JPR, just a specific comment to audio and MIDI, Pro Tools, by all 
> accounts, is superior for audio editing and that has nothing to do with 
> being a blind user or not but it just so happens that virtually everything 
> related to editing can be done via the qwerty keyboard and that's a major 
> advantage. Further, the new audio comping shortcuts in Pro Tools are off 
> the hook easy and fast. Also, what Flo Tools started to offer in the way of 
> on-the-fly editing of MIDI is now not only part of Pro Tools itself but 
> it's even better since it also involves keyboard shortcuts built in to Pro 
> Tools. What Flo Tools still offers is the automatic reporting of parameters 
> of selected MIDI notes on the fly which is enormously helpful and efficient 
> since all of this can take place right in the Mix or Edit windows. Editing 
> non-musical data like controller values and such still has to be done in 
> the MIDI Event list to a large degree and is not as quick as note editing 
> but that's essentially true for any dAW. That said, it's possible to edit 
> all kinds of data right in the edit window in specific views for the data 
> in question but it's surely more appropriate for cut, copy and paste-type 
> editing rather than granular editing.
> Best,
> Slau
>
> On Feb 6, 2018, at 3:04 AM, Jean-Philippe Rykiel <jpry...@gmail.com 
> <javascript:>> wrote:
>
> Hi Vic,
>
> Interesting. I'd like to get the opinion from folks who are using audio 
> and MIDI together.
>
> Best,
>
> JPR
>
>
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> Le 06/02/2018 à 07:25, Victor Tsaran a écrit :
>
> Hello all! 
> Please please no flame wars!
> I would really like to hear from expert users who used both Logic and 
> Protools with VoiceOver on Mac OS. To be more precise, I mean the 
> Flotools/Protools combination vs Flogic/Logic one.
> After reading various release notes on Flotools.org, I came to conclusion 
> that protools combined with Flotools offers an unparalleled productivity 
> and efficiency with VoiceOver compared to that of Logic. Of course, you can 
> deal with the quirks of the latter, but judging from the feature set of 
> Flotools, querying, editing and manipulating the audio content in Protools 
> is much faster than in Logic Pro.
>
> Yes, I understand the difference between two DAWs. The purpose of this 
> message is to affirm my conclusions, especially from users who are experts 
> in using both.
>
> Would you agree with my observations above? Are there any remaining weak 
> points in Protools as far as accessibility is concerned?
> Thanks for any pointers, tutorials, podcasts, etc.
> Vic
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