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For audio professionals, Logic Pro 9 New Features highlights the important advancements of this all-in-one production tool. Author and audio professional Damian Allen showcases the top improvements for guitarists, keyboard players, and audio engineers, from Flex Time editing to the Snap feature with Playback. Damian shows how to design an amp, work with the Pedalboard presets, and assemble a preset from scratch. He also works through the enhanced workflow with Drum Replacer options, recording in Replace mode, and converting audio to an EXS instrument. Exercise files accompany this course.
If you approach Logic primarily as an engineer, you'll be pleased to find hundreds of new features and enhancements tucked away at just about every level of the application. The most obvious one, of course, is the Flex Audio toolset. This allows you to manipulate audio with greater ease than ever before and reduce the risk of clicks and pops caused by traditional slicing methods, but you'll also find all kinds of workflow improvements throughout, like the new Pointer tool click zones that will help you work with multiple tools without ever having to press a keyboard shortcut to switch between them.
Be sure to check out the lessons on interface and workflow enhancements for just a few of the most important changes.
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