There are several features in DP that, as far as I know, are not available in Logic Pro. I know Logic fairly well but I'm not an expert. Would someone - a seasoned Logic user - please let me know if these are in fact available - or unavailable - in Logic? 1 - Duplicate takes: in DP, you can instantly duplicate a take - Midi and audio - to make a variation and compare the two. Logic Pro now has a takes folder, but can the user make a duplicate of a take without having to add a new track to the folder and then copy the data into it? 2 - Solo button: let's say I'm working with 40+ tracks and I want to A-B the brass section (10 tracks) with the full ensemble. In Logic, when I choose tracks to solo, that selection is lost after I disable the Solo button so I have to go back and re-solo the tracks or regions. Is this correct? If so, the only way around this that I can think of is a separate bus for the 10 tracks. 3 - in Logic, I insert a multi-timbral instrument, but the volume automation affects all MIDI channels of the same instrument. Is this true?(!) If so, is the only way around this to create separate aux tracks for each midi channel and automate the volume for each of those? Or use only one midi channel for an instance of a multi-timbral instrument Kontakt? In DP, each midi channel of a multi-timbral instrument responds to its own controller data . . . can this be done in Logic? 4 - when I record MIDI data into the Piano Roll editor, I don't see the MIDI notes until after the recording has stopped. Is there any preference to see the MIDI notes entered in the Piano Roll just after they are played, before stopping Record? Please don't get me wrong . . . there are many, many wonderful features in Logic Pro . . . I could go on and on. But there are a few in DP that I miss when working in Logic and I just want to make sure that I'm not missing something that's actually there. Thanks.