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In Logic Pro 9 Essential Training, Scott Hirsch explains how to harness the power and flexibility of Logic Pro, Apple’s popular songwriting software, to record, edit, and mix music. The course includes instruction on how to compose in Logic Pro, and spend more time being creative and less time dealing with technical uncertainties. Scott focuses on setting up a workspace, recording with both live performers and digital instruments, editing and arranging, and mixing and mastering a composition. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music playing.) Welcome to Logic Pro 9 Essential Training. I'm Scott Hirsch. If you have got an ear for music and a desire to produce professional sounding tracks, Logic Pro 9 is for you. By working with a large list of software instruments and sounds, all the way to the final mix down, you can take your audio skills to the next level with Logic. I'll show you the ins and outs of Logic's complex yet intuitive MIDI capabilities. I'll take you through the awesome Amp Designer and Pedalboard tools and how to use the new Flex Time feature to get your audio locked in time.
And we'll work through Logic's powerful mixing and processing features including automation and channel strips. Logic Pro is an incredibly powerful audio application that's accessible to beginners just getting into composing and recording, all the way up to experienced pros. So let's started with Logic Pro 9 Essential Training.
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