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Learn Logic Pro X in 2 Hours

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Whether you’re making Logic Pro X your main DAW, upgrading from an older version of Logic, or just want to use Logic Pro X along side other software, this is the course for you. In just two hours you'll be up and running with Logic Pro X, one of the most popular Digital Audio Workstations!

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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Make Music With Logic

02:32

1.Making Music
1 lesson, 02:32

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1.1
Make Music With Logic
02:32

2.Learning Your Way Around
1 lesson, 11:21

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2.1
Quick Assembly
11:21

3.Laying Down Rhythm
2 lessons, 21:22

3.1
Working With Drummer
13:17

3.2
Extended Rhythm
08:05

4.Recording Midi Tracks
3 lessons, 23:40

4.1
Setting and Editing Patches
08:24

4.2
Creating Patches from Scratch
08:23

4.3
Recording and Editing Midi
06:53

5.Recording and Editing Audio Tracks
5 lessons, 30:20

5.1
Audio Recording

04:54

5.2
Editing Audio and Using Track Stacks
05:49

5.3
Correcting Pitch Errors
10:42

5.4
Flexing Performance to Fit the Beat
05:15

5.5
Adding Sound Effects
03:40

6.Mixing and Mastering
3 lessons, 23:24

6.1
Setting The Mix

08:15

6.2
Automation
07:33

6.3
Master and Export
07:36

7.Final Steps
2 lessons, 06:42

7.1
iPad Control
05:17

7.2
Creating New Music
01:25


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