Logic Pro X is the leading Digital Audio Work Station for Apple Mac users and it's used across professional studios and bedrooms worldwide.
NOTE: This course is for Mac users only and you must have access to Logic Pro X and a Apple Mac to use it
This course is an introduction into Logic Pro X and creating your own music. You'll learn the basics of this software that's used by professional producers today
This course will quickly cover such topics such as the interface of Logic Pro X, making music with Apple loops. making music with MIDI and software instruments, the ES2 synthesiser and basic mixing
What you'll learn in this course will allow you to understand the basics of Logic Pro X
This course also includes UK English closed caption subtitles for every lecture. This is to help you learn easier if English is not your first language so you are able follow the text along with the my voice.
Learn to love Logic Pro X and make music with it.
Welcome to my Introduction course for Logic Pro X, my name is Tomas George and I'll be teaching you on screen the basics of Logic Pro X so you can start to make your own music.
If you've just starting making music with Logic or DAWs, digital audio workstations this course could really help you quite a lot just to get on your feet and to start making music in Logic.
Welcome to this first lecture about Logic Pro X. So this is an introduction to Logic Pro X, I'm going to quickly go over what everything basically does to get you up and running and making music straight away. So if you do want a more in detailed course about Logic Pro X I definitely suggest checking out my complete guide to Logic Pro X, which is where you go from beginner all the way to advanced. If you check out the bonus lecture after all of this I'll give you some special discounts and coupon codes as well to get you up and running on The Complete Guide to Logic Pro X.
In this next lecture I'm going to go over Apple Loops quickly, but this is just a brief overview if you do check out my Complete Guide to Logic Pro X I do go into Apple Loops into a lot more detail, but this lecture will just get you up and running in creating music straight away.
This next lecture is about recording in software instruments and recording in your own parts. I will show you on screen how to use musical typing to record MIDI information with software instruments. This lecture is where we will record in our own music to Logic Pro X. I will also show you the MIDI editor and how to edit and quantise your MIDI information.
In this next lecture I'm going to talk about the brand new drummer track in Logic Pro X.
Logic have actually recorded in loads of different drummers, loads of different patterns in all different styles and techniques and it's actually really simple to create and edit drum with the drummer feature.
This lecture is about automation in Logic Pro X. Automation allows you to change certain parameters of the instruments such as the volume or the effects or the pan over time.
I also explain live automation which is where you can live automate in real time.
In this lecture I'm going to talk about the ES2 synthesizer. So the ES2 is one of the more complicated and versatile synthesizers in Logic Pro X, there is loads of stuff we can actually do with it, but on a first glance it can look really complicated but I'm going to quickly go over the basics of this synth.
In this lecture I'm going to talk about flex. We've got two different types of flex, we've got flex time and flex pitch. Flex time allows us to change the timing of the audio and flex pitch allows us to change the pitch of the audio. Flex pitch is brand new to Logic Pro X and it can be really useful for creating harmonies or just for correcting certain pitches.
In this next lecture I'm going to talk about mixing in Logic Pro X. Mixing is a really detailed dense subject and if you want to know more about mixing I definitely recommend checking out my Complete Guide to Logic Pro X where I've got a whole section and several different lectures on mixing but I'm going to try my best just to quickly give you a quick overview of mixing and the mixer in Logic Pro X.
In this lecture you will learn about my Complete Guide to Logic Pro X on Udemy. It's a step by step guide so if you want hours upon hours over ten hours in total actually of Logic Pro X knowledge be sure to check it out.
Thank you again for watching my course and I explain discounts for my more advanced Logic Pro X course in this lecture, so be sure to check it out.
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The full price of this course is $180, so you are saving a MASSIVE 94% so make sure you get involved before I change my offer!!
Thank you again for watching my introduction and I'll hopefully see you soon!!
Hi Tomas here. I'm a UK Music Producer, Sound Engineer, Composer and entrepreneur.
I've been producing and writing music now for over ten years.
I have a MMus Masters Degree in Music Production and a BA(Hons) in Music Composition.
I really enjoy creating and editing all types of music, but I especially love teaching it online.
My most popular courses are 'Music Production in Logic Pro X - The Complete Course' and 'Music Production in Ableton Live 9 - The Complete Course' and where I take producers and musicians through this software and show them on screen with me how to write, record and mix their own music.