Re: Capturing (recording) a live p...
I began on logic, and love it as well. I learned a lot about the use of DAWs and all the fun little knobs and sliders that can create or change sounds. Knowing a good amount about logic made the transition to ableton super easy. I still use logic, but my main compositional tool is now Live.
I made the switch because live caters to my personal workflow and musical style. Since I work with quite a bit of loops, it made sense. I can arrange clips and sounds much quicker because things that are built and running can be looped indefinitely while I build other sounds and test them in the texture in real time. That was sort of difficult to do in logic, for me at least.
Some of ableton's really nice features are
Some things that may take a bit of time are
Other than that, Live is really great. I'm loving it. Definitely get the suite, though. The instruments you get are well worth the extra money. Corpus is great too. Glad I could help!