Friday, July 08, 2011

How To Use Logic Pro 9 | Video Tutorials For Beginners

Learn how to use Logic Pro 9 by watching these free Logic Pro 9 video tutorials. These are from Logic Pro 9 Essential Training by lynda.com - one of the best software training sites out in the web today. Topics covered in the free videos below are: Understanding audio interfaces, Learning useful and custom key commands, Setting up for recording, Recording live instruments and vocals using multitrack recording, Playing with guitar madness: Pedal board, Understanding MIDI, Creating your own Apple Loop, Scoring music to video, and Understanding why alt mixes are a good idea. These are just a few videos from this excellent training course. If you want to access the entire course, become a lynda.com member today or sign up for a FREE 7-day trial.

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Logic Pro 9 Essential Training - Welcome


Understanding audio interfaces - How to use Logic Pro 9 | Video Tutorials for Beginners


Learning useful and custom key commands - How to use Logic Pro 9 | Video Tutorials for Beginners


Setting up for recording - How to use Logic Pro 9 | Video Tutorials for Beginners


Recording live instruments and vocals using multitrack recording - How to use Logic Pro 9 | Video Tutorials for Beginners


Playing with guitar madness: Pedal board - How to use Logic Pro 9 | Video Tutorials for Beginners


Understanding MIDI - How to use Logic Pro 9 | Video Tutorials for Beginners


Creating your own Apple Loop - How to use Logic Pro 9 | Video Tutorials for Beginners


Scoring music to video - How to use Logic Pro 9 | Video Tutorials for Beginners


Understanding why alt mixes are a good idea - How to use Logic Pro 9 | Video Tutorials for Beginners


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Course Information

Training Provider: Lynda.com
Title: Logic Pro 9 Essential Training
Author: Scott Hirsch
Duration: 5hrs 25mins
Date of release: 09 March 2010

Chapter 1: Getting Set Up with Logic Pro 9
Installing the software
Launching Logic for the first time, using the templates
Understanding audio interfaces
Understanding MIDI interfaces

Chapter 2: Getting Your Workflow in Order
Getting to know the Arrange window
Using the many windows of Logic
Creating your own screensets
Using the Transport window and controlling playback
Using the Toolbox
Naming tracks and regions
Learning useful and custom key commands
Saving and going mobile with your project

Chapter 3: Recording Live Music and Getting Stuff into the Box
Setting up for recording
Understanding Metronome settings or the click track
Understanding tempo
Recording live instruments and vocals using multitrack recording
Playing with guitar madness: Amp design
Playing with guitar madness: Pedal board
Working with takes recording and comping
Punching in to replace bad audio
Using Varispeed to create an old tape machine sound

Chapter 4: MIDI and Virtual Instruments
Understanding MIDI
Using the Logic synth instruments
Working with the emulator instruments
Using the EXS24 sampler
Building tracks with Ultrabeat
Using channel strips to select a virtual sound
Understanding the basics of MIDI recording
Learning how to use MIDI with Cycle Record
Using Logic's step input
Mastering quantization
Working in the Piano Scroll window
Editing controller messages with Hyper View
Working with the Hyper Editor
Working with the Events List

Chapter 5: Samples, Loops, and Conforming Tempo and Pitch
Importing prerecorded audio into Logic
Exploring Apple Loops
Creating your own Apple Loop
Conforming tempo, region to session, or session to region
Using the new Flex Time feature
Beat mapping your project
Importing elements from project to project

Chapter 6: Editing and Arranging
Understanding the basic editing techniques in the Arrange window
Tips for editing and arranging
Editing and merging regions in the Arrange window
Mastering fades for audio region arranging
Fixing and morphing sound with the Sample Editor

Chapter 7: Working with Notation
Working with notes and composing in the Score Editor
Editing notes, keys, and time signatures
Creating scores and lead sheets for musicians

Chapter 8: Working with Picture
Setting up for a sync video project
Scoring music to video

Chapter 9: Mixing
Mixing philosophies and five tools for mixing
Setting up for a mix
Directing audio traffic with fader levels
Exploring Logic's panning features
Exploring inserts: Using EQ as a mix tool
Exploring inserts: Using compression as a mix tool
Using advanced signal flow with aux and send tracks
Using advanced signal flow with time-based FX to create space in your mix
Using automation to create dynamic mixes
Giving your mix life with automation
Optimizing performance with freeze tracks
Using channel strips for audio processing

Chapter 10: Working in Surround
Understanding surround hardware requirements
Building surround mixing workflows
Using the surround panner

Chapter 11: Finishing Up
Bouncing down your song
Understanding why alt mixes are a good idea
Exploring Logic's export options
Mastering your own Logic project
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