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Apple Logic Pro Advanced Tutorial


Logic Pro has many advanced features that unleash it’s true potential. And Logic is well known for its ability to record and playback midi and audio. But it’s 30 instruments and over 70 plug-in effects can leave a beginner or intermediate user overwhelmed. The available resources are powerful, providing you know what to do with them. This course will unlock that mystery. Join Logic expert Christopher Miller as he shows users how to get the most out of Logic Pro. He even covers Standard notation work flow and it's plug-ins, and demonstrates a never-before seen method for performing live called “position-based performance”. This new method created by course instructor Christopher Miller will enable more instruments and plug-ins than with track based methods. This course’s in-depth instruction will speed up your daily work flow in editing and production, as well as show you many short cuts to streamline your production and performance needs. Many Logic song files are included so you can follow along as techniques are demonstrated. To begin learning Logic Pro Advanced today, simply click on one of the links.

Explanation of the Course

Introduction

Speeding up Workflow

Introduction
Helpful Key Commands
Screensets
Making Your Autoload
Templates

Commercial Production / Media Management

Introduction
Beat Mapping
Mixer Channels
Channel Strip Settings
Audio Editing pt. 1
Audio Editing pt. 2
Markers pt. 1
Markers pt. 2
Talk Back Mic
Headphone Mix
Recording Multiple Takes pt. 1
Recording Multiple Takes pt. 2
Save as Project
Summation

Automation / Fades and Ctrl Surfaces

Introduction
Supported Ctrl Surface pt. 1
Supported Ctrl Surface pt. 2
Track vs. Region Automation
Track Automation Modes
Editing Track Automation
Fades
Environment pt. 1
Environment pt. 2
Audio Objects
Multi Instruments

Music for Film or TV

Introduction
Synchronization
Video Display
Importing XML and BWF
Detecting Cuts / Using Markers
Regions at SMPTE Locations
Exporting the Final Project

Standard Notation

Introduction
Instrument Sets and Score Styles
Text Styles
Quantize in Arrange vs. Editor
Score Workflow
Global Score Preferences
Numbers and Names Preferences
Lyrics
Note Attributes
Triplets
Slurs
Dynamics / Codas and Roadmaps
Score Interface
Finishing the Score
Summation

Virtual Instruments and Plug-Ins

Introduction
Basics
EQs pt. 1
EQs pt. 2
Dynamic pt. 1
Dynamic pt. 2
Dynamic pt. 3
Distortion
Filter pt. 1
Filter pt. 2
Delay pt. 1
Delay pt. 2
Modulation pt. 1
Modulation pt. 2
Reverb pt. 1
Reverb pt. 2
Convolution Reverb
Special pt. 1
Special pt. 2
Special pt. 3
Special pt. 4
Vocoder
Instrument Basics
EFM1
ES M
ES P
ES E
ES 1
ES 2 pt. 1
ES 2 pt. 2
Ultrabeat pt. 1
Ultrabeat pt. 2
Ultrabeat pt. 3
Sculpture pt. 1
Sculpture pt. 2
Sculpture pt. 3
EVB3 pt. 1
EVB3 pt. 2
EVP88 pt. 1
EVP88 pt. 2
EVD6 pt. 1
EVD6 pt. 2
EXS 24 pt. 1
EXS 24 pt. 2
EXS 24 pt. 3
Garageband Instruments
Summation

Live Performance

Introduction
Touring Keyboardist Comparison
Setting Up Splits and Layers
Track-Based Performance
Position-Based Performance pt. 1
Position-Based Performance pt. 2
Live Performance Effects
Summation

Other Applications

Introduction
Requirements for PT
Setting Up ESB (TDM)
Setting Up Rewire

Waveburner

Introduction
CD Text
Interface Differs from Logic
Markers
Effects
Key Commands

Credits

Summation
About the Author


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