Logic Pro for beginners course
Logic Pro is a powerful digital audio workstation that can help you create professional-sounding music, even if you're a beginner. But with so many features and functions, it can be overwhelming to figure out where to start. That's where our Logic Pro for Beginners video course comes in.
In this comprehensive course, we'll guide you through everything you need to know to start making music with Logic Pro, from setting up your workspace to recording and editing audio and MIDI.
|02. Quick song sketch in 3min|
|03. First steps - Sound Content & Advanced Features|
|04. Audio Device Settings|
|05. User Interface & Views|
|06. Track Types - How do they work?|
|07. Selecting Regions & Marquee Tool|
|08. Region Editing in Logic Workspace|
|09. Region Editing part 2 - Reverse, Join|
|10. Software Instrument Tracks|
|11. Loop Browser|
|12. Midi controller & keyboard setup (Watch FREE here)|
|13. Recording basics & midi recording|
|14. Piano Roll Editor & Midi Editing|
|15. Midi Quantization: Melody & Drums|
|16. Audio Recording Basics - Sound Quality, Sample Rate & Bit Depth|
|17. Audio Recording: Setup Mic, Input Gain|
|18. Plugin Effect Basics|
|19. Sends and bus tracks|
|20. Song Sketch #2|
|21. Audio Track Editor - Transient Markers|
|22. Midi Playback Troubleshooting|
24. Midi Comping & Take Folders
25. Midi Velocity Editing
|26. Flex Time, Flex Editing Audio & Guitars|
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We've planned to add new episodes to the course every second week until the end of 2023! It's gonna be a masterclass!
Your mentor in the course is Mattias Holmgren with 25 years working in the entertainment industry producing content for games, film and media with Logic Pro! Mattias also runs a successful YouTube channel with the Film Scoring for beginners series and much more.
The course production started 2023 so you can be sure it's up to date with the latest information regarding Logic Pro, working with the lApple Silicon (M1 / M2) Macs etc.
Getting Started with Logic Pro
If you've never used Logic Pro before, the first thing you'll want to do is get familiar with the software. We'll walk you through the interface and show you how to set up your workspace to suit your needs. We'll cover everything from creating a new project to selecting the right audio interface and MIDI controller. By the end of this section, you'll have a solid understanding of how Logic Pro works and be ready to start creating music.
Recording Audio and MIDI
Recording audio and MIDI is one of the most important aspects of using Logic Pro. We'll show you how to set up your audio inputs and outputs, as well as how to record audio from a microphone or instrument. You'll also learn how to record MIDI data using a keyboard or other MIDI controller. We'll cover everything from basic recording techniques to more advanced features like comping and punching in.
Editing Audio and MIDI
Once you've recorded your audio and MIDI, you'll need to edit it to create a polished final product. We'll show you how to use Logic Pro's powerful editing tools to trim, split, and merge audio and MIDI regions. You'll also learn how to quantize MIDI notes and use Flex Time to adjust the timing of audio recordings. By the end of this section, you'll have a solid understanding of how to edit audio and MIDI in Logic Pro.
Using Software Instruments and Effects
Logic Pro comes with a wide variety of software instruments and effects that can help you create unique and interesting sounds. We'll show you how to use these instruments and effects to add depth and texture to your music. You'll learn how to use synthesizers, drum machines, and samplers to create your own sounds, as well as how to use effects like reverb, delay, and distortion to shape your mix.
Mixing and Mastering Your Music
Mixing and mastering are crucial steps in the music production process. We'll show you how to use Logic Pro's mixing tools to balance the levels of your tracks and create a cohesive mix. You'll also learn how to use EQ, compression, and other processing tools to shape the tone of individual tracks and the overall mix. Finally, we'll cover mastering techniques that can help your music sound great on any playback system.
Collaborating with Other Musicians
One of the great things about Logic Pro is its ability to facilitate collaboration between musicians. We'll show you how to share projects with other musicians and collaborate in real-time using Logic Pro's built-in features. You'll also learn how to use third-party plugins and virtual instruments to expand your creative possibilities.
Logic Pro is a powerful tool for creating professional-quality music, but it can be intimidating for beginners. Our Logic Pro for Beginners video course will guide you through everything you need to know to start making music with Logic Pro. Whether you're a songwriter, composer, or producer, this course will give you the skills and knowledge you need to take your music to the next level. So why wait?
Sign up today and start making great music with Logic Pro!