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Using Logic Pro
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Getting to grips with Logic Pro isn’t as complicated as it might first appear – and the creative rewards make it well worth the effort! Mark Cousins gets you started.
With the release of Logic 8, Apple has achieved the seemingly impossible feat of making a DAW as vast as Logic fi t with the intuitive, easy-to-use workfl ow that
characterises many of its other applications. However, if you are new to computer music production in general – maybe having migrated from GarageBand – or if you are more used to working with another audio application,
there’s still a lot to get to grips with, and the task of putting together your fi rst track can be an occasionally fraught experience. In this feature, therefore, we’re going to explore Logic from a fi rst-time user’s perspective, showing you the quickest and easiest ways to take a project from the seeds of an idea to a complete mix. A new project All tracks in Logic begin from the New Project window (File>New Project). The term ‘project’ actually brings
There are two types of Apple Loops: standard audio-based loops and those that use virtual instruments and MIDI fi les.
in this feature, we’re going to explore logic from a fi rst-time user’s perspective .
together all the various media fi les – along with the song fi le – that are associated with a track. When you create a project, therefore, Logic is effectively creating a folder, inside of which there will be an Audio Files folder, your song data, samples fi les and so on, all neatly organised for archiving later on. The New Project dialogue box contains a number of pre-assigned templates that provide some starting points for certain styles of music or production
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