Drums, Beats, and Rhythms in Logic Pro X

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Getting good drums and beats is one of the most important and difficult aspects of working with Logic Pro X. How do you create something original or unique? How do you create a realistic roll, flam, or fill? Can you avoid sounding like everybody else? This course will give you full access to all the creative tools you need to get absolute control over the rhythms of your music.

Part of the Audio Production Launchpad bundle

Includes 6 courses: Fundamentals of Audio Production, Learn Logic Pro X in 2 Hours, Drums, Beats, and Rhythms in Logic Pro X, Using a Pro String Sample Library, Using a Pro Woodwinds Sample Library, Audio Production for Interviews

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Controlling the Beat

03:11

1.Introduction To Beats
1 lesson, 03:11

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1.1
Controlling the Beat
03:11

2.Improve Your Beat Work
3 lessons, 29:54

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2.1
Advanced Drummer
12:26

2.2
Modifying Tempo Over Time
09:25

2.3
Automatic Drum Experiments
08:03

3.Creative Ultrabeat
3 lessons, 27:08

3.1
Working With Ultrabeat
08:44

3.2
Advanced Ultra Beat
09:34

3.3
Create a Beat Kit
08:50

4.Create With the Step Editor
4 lessons, 28:24

4.1
Step Creation

05:53

4.2
Rolls, Flams, and Drum Effects
06:09

4.3
Editing with the Step Editor
07:35

4.4
Adding the Human Touch
08:47

5.Creating Drum Sounds
5 lessons, 33:57

5.1
Designing Drums
07:50

5.2
Breaking Out Producer Kits

05:45

5.3
Breaking Out Electronic Kits
06:34

5.4
Amping Your Drums
08:48

5.5
Mixing and Compression
05:00

6.Conclusion
1 lesson, 00:53

6.1
Creating Original Beats
00:53


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Lessons:
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Length:
2.1 hours
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