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Learn how to create super-pro drum sounds for electronic dance music (EDM) productions.
Learn how synthesis actually works, how to sculpt sound with filters and envelopes, and how to craft your own synth patches, including leads, pads, drums, and bass.
Start making music with Logic Pro X. Author and Logic Pro insider Dot Bustelo walks through every facet of basic drum programming in Logic Pro, including choosing the right drum kit for the beat, recording, quantizing, sampling, and slicing as well as using the new Logic X beat-making features of Drummer and Arpeggiator.
The fundamentals of delay and modulation effects and how to apply these effects, technically and creatively, to improve the sound of a mix.
Explains one of the most essential ingredients in audio mixing, reverb—the time it takes for sound to bounce, echo, and decay during a live performance or recording.
Shows how to properly apply equalization (EQ) to improve the sound of a mix.
Shows how to improve the sound of a mix using compressors, limiters, gates, de-essers, and other dynamic processors.
Watch Brian Lee White and Alex Case perform advanced audio adjustments inside Logic Pro, while they guide you through their reasoning in the built-in video window.
Takes you over the Logic Pro learning curve, showing how to compose, record, edit, and mix great sounding music.
Harness Logic Pro X's powerful features to make music in brand-new ways.
Dive into the new streamlined, modern interface and creative tools for musicians and producers, in this tour with a Logic Pro X insider.
Guides you through the process of making beats for hip-hop, electronic dance, or any other commercial genre of music in Logic Pro.
Explore a powerful round-trip workflow between Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro that enables sound editors to quickly mix dialogue, sound effects, and music for film.
Arrange songs for radio play and club remixes using four different digital audio workstations: Pro Tools, Ableton Live, Logic, and Reason.
Demonstrates four time-stretching remix techniques in four major digital audio workstations: Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Reason, and Ableton Live.
Shows how to improve music and audio productions using virtual instruments in Logic Pro.
Demonstrates constructing a remix using only a pre-existing vocal track as a starting point.
Harness the power and flexibility of Apple’s songwriting software to record, edit, and mix music.
Showcases the top improvements for guitarists, keyboard players, and audio engineers, from Flex Time editing to the Snap feature with Playback.
How to record and mix professional audio using Logic Pro 8, from simple production to multi-take recording.