Launching Logic for the first time, using the templates


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Launching Logic for the first time, using the templates

The first time you open Logic you'll be prompted to use some pre-made templates. In this lesson, we'll explore some of these as well as learn how to save and make our own custom template. Here we go. To launch Logic Pro 9, you can do one of three things. You can click on it's icon in your dock, a black rectangle with a platinum record on it. You can find it in your Mac hard drive, Applications, under Logic. If you see any other thing besides Logic Pro, those are older versions. We are running 9.1. It's possible you might see Logic Pro 8, Logic Pro 9, but the one you want to open for Logic 9.1 is Logic Pro.

Or you can double-click on an already saved Logic project file, which is any file that has the .logic suffix. This is an example of one of those. But that will bring you in to that project. Let's open it from the dock and see what happens. When Logic loads up, the first thing you're prompted with is the Templates dialog. These are a bunch of already made templates ...

Launching Logic for the first time, using the templates
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Launching Logic for the first time, using the templates provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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