Using Logic Pro as a remixing environment


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Using Logic Pro as a remixing environment

With all the digital audio workstations available to music makers today, why choose Logic Pro? Well for me first and foremost, I love the way it looks. I'm actually able to stare at this arrange window for hours and my eyes don't get tired. What we are looking at right now is a snap shot of the arrange window of our finished remix. I have been using Logic for over 13 years now and I find it to be a wonderful musical platform for capturing my ideas in an immediate manner. Just a quick tour of the arrange window. What we have up here on the left are audio files, you can see the blue audio files icon and I'll actually expand this by holding down Ctrl+Option and the Down Arrow that blows up the screen or shrinks the screen and Ctrl+Option Right and Left arrow expands and contracts.

So we can see as we expand here, this is an audio waveform and the green track here is MIDI data, we double-click on that, we see our Piano Roll, and there is our MIDI data right here. I click Piano Roll...

Using Logic Pro as a remixing environment
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Using Logic Pro as a remixing environment provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Remixing a Song in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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