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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.
If you are a premium member of the Lynda.com Online Training Library or if you're watching this tutorial on a DVD-ROM, you have access to the Exercise Files used throughout this title. The Exercise Files are organized by chapter. Each chapter contains subfolders that correspond to each video. You can open the .logic files to follow along as we work. Some of the folders will contain an Audio Files folder. This contains the media for the project files. Sometimes more than one project file references an Audio File folder.
Logic will occasionally lose the link between the two. If this happens, you will get this Audio file not found dialog. That's okay. Just hit Search and Logic will search your hard drive and find the appropriate files. The audio files might not always be in the same folder as your project file. This is okay. Exercise Files contain full Logic project files from real life sessions. Some of these were recorded with a full band, and some of them were composed directly in Logic. If you don't have access to the Exercise Files, you can follow along from scratch or with your own assets.
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