I always find topics like this hilarious.. Cubase is a superior program to Logic for sure, but if you want to get technical, Logic now has 64 bit float mixing engine.
regardless, when it was 32 bit, i nulled it to cubase to infinity.. at -170 db on span there was nothing. Zero.
You have to understand, a phase null proves there is no difference..
Even the best ears can hear a "difference" at various points of the day. Even a slight change in pan could cause it.. just a setting that you think is dead on the same as cubase's and vice versa but isn't.
Ultimately what sounds better, is which program facilitates *your* workflow to allow *you* to get the best result possible. It's entirely believable that someone could get a better sounding mix in cubase over logic and vice versa. But there is nothing "faulty" about logic's audio engine maths.
I tested ableton vs cubase vs logic vs pro tools native and they all nulled completely. I did a very scientific and simple test. I put 4 audio files in each, on 4 audio tracks. Did not touch pans and left volumes at zero. No plugins. Exported. Put the four exported results, one from each daw, in a new project and did phase cancellation tests. All were identical, and i mean identical. This is maths.. we are dealing with digital audio, not analog. It is ALL NUMBERS. If a phase cancellation test cancels it out to infinity, there is no difference to hear as it's simply not there.
The reason i don't like these topics is because it misleads people especially newcomers.. trust me, the workflow is what enables one to get a better result vs one daw over the other, AND of course, the subtle change in our ears even within a few seconds of direct comparison testing. I have been doing this for 26 years now, and the other day i was hearing the differences between the plugin on and off, i was hearing a volume difference every single time i pressed bypass, But what i hadn't realised was that the plugin was disabled the entire time with it's internal bypass.. it was not activated and doing absolutely zero! This happens to *everyone* and is normal. Hope this helps explain it somewhat.
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