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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.
Thanks for listening to Logic Pro 9 Essentials. It's been an absolute pleasure working through all the different aspects of Logic Pro 9 with you. In the development of this course, I'd like to thank the following individuals: Jai Lil Diamond, the incredibly talented songwriter of the songs Nathaniel, Cannonball and Isobel, Patrick Maine, who wrote the beautiful string arrangements on Isobel, Yair Evnine who helped with the notation chapter. I also want to thank Emily Gordon for inspiration. Now that you know all the essentials of this amazing program, you've got the skills to produce, write and mix all the music in your head.
Have a fun and creative time working with Logic. I know I do.
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