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Logic Pro X Essential Training
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Logic Pro X Essential Training

with Scott Hirsch

Video: Welcome

(SOUND). More than ever before, a studio is as much a part of music making as the musician. Logic Pro 10 is the complete manifestation of the studio and musician working as one. It's my goal in Logic Pro 10 Essential Training to push you over that initially steep learning curve and into a space where you can be creative. (MUSIC) It's not my desire here to exhaustively cover each and every operation available in Logic, but rather to expose you to a range of the possibilities and situations where you can use Logic to create the music inside your head.
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  1. 3m 14s
    1. Welcome
      1m 11s
    2. What you should know before watching this course
      49s
    3. Using the exercise files
      1m 14s
  2. 25m 16s
    1. Installing Logic Pro X
      3m 20s
    2. Exploring templates
      7m 52s
    3. Working with audio interfaces
      4m 21s
    4. Intro to MIDI in Logic Pro X
      6m 25s
    5. Getting to know Logic preferences
      3m 18s
  3. 47m 3s
    1. Exploring the new main window
      6m 19s
    2. Working with windows and screensets
      5m 42s
    3. Controlling playback
      6m 25s
    4. Getting to know the tools
      3m 30s
    5. Useful, custom key commands
      7m 53s
    6. Naming tracks and regions
      6m 50s
    7. Controlling Logic playback with the Logic Remote iPad app
      2m 27s
    8. Saving and going mobile with your project
      7m 57s
  4. 1h 2m
    1. Exploring the way patches are created
      10m 47s
    2. Discovering Smart controls
      6m 36s
    3. Working with Track Stacks
      5m 27s
    4. Making beats with Ultrabeat
      12m 25s
    5. How to create drum parts using the new Drummer track
      13m 29s
    6. Diving deeper into how Drummer tracks can be customized
      6m 44s
    7. Jamming on iPad with Logic Remote
      6m 35s
  5. 43m 37s
    1. An introduction to MIDI recording
      9m 23s
    2. Recording MIDI in separate takes
      8m 0s
    3. Merge recording with MIDI
      6m 30s
    4. Working with Step Input recording
      6m 49s
    5. Exploring MIDI plugins: The Arpeggiator
      7m 45s
    6. Exploring MIDI plugins: Chord Trigger
      5m 10s
  6. 36m 44s
    1. How to quantize MIDI performances
      9m 52s
    2. Editing your performances in the Piano Roll Editor
      8m 51s
    3. Using MIDI Draw in the Piano Roll Editor
      5m 26s
    4. Alternative MIDI editing approaches with the Step Editor
      6m 41s
    5. Utilizing the Event List
      5m 54s
  7. 52m 12s
    1. Importing audio
      9m 31s
    2. Exploring Apple Loops
      9m 47s
    3. Creating Apple Loops
      6m 5s
    4. Adjusting tempos
      5m 34s
    5. Exploring Flex Time
      7m 10s
    6. Working with the groove track
      2m 41s
    7. Beat mapping your project
      6m 19s
    8. Importing elements from one project to another
      5m 5s
  8. 29m 31s
    1. Setting up for recording
      7m 52s
    2. Recording a band
      7m 55s
    3. Punching in and loop recording with audio
      6m 58s
    4. Recording multiple takes and comping parts
      6m 46s
  9. 27m 27s
    1. Working with audio regions
      8m 52s
    2. Exploring drag modes with audio regions
      4m 43s
    3. Exploring Flex Pitch
      5m 11s
    4. Editing in the Audio File Editor
      3m 4s
    5. Arranging projects with Arrangement Track
      5m 37s
  10. 16m 43s
    1. Composing in the Score Editor
      8m 7s
    2. Editing in the Score Editor
      4m 37s
    3. Creating scores and printing lead sheets for musicians
      3m 59s
  11. 17m 14s
    1. Setting up for a sync-video project
      6m 14s
    2. Scoring music to video
      6m 45s
    3. Round-tripping with Final Cut Pro
      4m 15s
  12. 10m 55s
    1. Surround hardware requirements
      4m 34s
    2. Using the Surround Panner
      6m 21s
  13. 52m 48s
    1. Setting up for the mix
      6m 20s
    2. Mapping controls for hands-on mixing
      2m 9s
    3. Panning in Logic
      5m 20s
    4. Mixing with patches
      4m 35s
    5. Working with submixes and Track Stacks
      4m 28s
    6. Adding reverb and delay to your mix
      5m 54s
    7. Giving your mix life and movement with automation
      5m 48s
    8. Recording automation in real time
      8m 5s
    9. Optimize CPU performance with Freeze Tracks
      5m 25s
    10. Mastering with your output fader
      4m 44s
  14. 14m 44s
    1. Bouncing down your mix
      6m 27s
    2. Importing from GarageBand and Logic Pro 9 and earlier
      4m 28s
    3. Sharing your music
      3m 49s
  15. 35s
    1. Next steps
      35s

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Logic Pro X Essential Training
7h 20m Beginner Sep 30, 2013

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These days, the studio is as much a part of music making as the musician. Logic Pro X combines the best of both worlds: features to bring fresh musical ideas to life, and tools to derive the most from a performance. In this course, Scott Hirsch takes you over the Logic learning curve, showing how to compose, record, edit, and mix great sounding tracks. First, get comfortable with the setup and workflow, and then learn how to record audio, MIDI, and virtual instruments. Scott shows how to use samples and Apple Loops, and conform their time and pitch to better fit a song. Next, learn about editing and arranging techniques for both audio and MIDI data. Moving deeper into the program, Scott explains how to work with music notation and score to video. He wraps up the course with extensive information on mixing, exporting, and sharing your final tracks.

Topics include:
  • Exploring templates
  • Controlling playback
  • Making beats with Ultrabeat
  • Jamming on the iPad with Logic Remote
  • Recording MIDI in separate takes
  • Quantizing MIDI performances
  • Creating Apple Loops
  • Recording live performances
  • Composing in the Score Editor
  • Scoring music to video
  • Mixing with patches
  • Adding reverb and delay
  • Bouncing down your mix
Subjects:
Audio + Music DAWs Mixing Music Production Recording Techniques Mastering Plugin
Software:
Logic Pro
Author:
Scott Hirsch

Welcome

(SOUND). More than ever before, a studio is as much a part of music making as the musician. Logic Pro 10 is the complete manifestation of the studio and musician working as one. It's my goal in Logic Pro 10 Essential Training to push you over that initially steep learning curve and into a space where you can be creative. (MUSIC) It's not my desire here to exhaustively cover each and every operation available in Logic, but rather to expose you to a range of the possibilities and situations where you can use Logic to create the music inside your head.

(MUSIC) So through this course, I want to give you the power and freedom to effortlessly navigate the complex windows, multifaceted tools, and feature-rich environment that is Logic Pro X, so you can take full advantage of this incredible sounding music, composition, recording, editing and mixing application. (SOUND). So let's get started with Logic Pro X Essential Training.

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