Walkthrough of all the features and functions of Logic 9
Presented by Apple Logic Certified Pro Eli Krantzberg, this series is the best way to go if you want to know the vast Apple Logic 9 inside and out. These aren´t ´rehashed Logic 8´ videos, they´re completely new videos shot entirely in the new Logic 9.
Follow Eli as he takes you on an incredible journey with the new Logic 9 showing you all of its amazing features and functions as well as getting you up and running from scratch. You´ll see how to start a session, configure your hardware, understand files and regions, window overviews, recording and editing audio and MIDI, all the way to bouncing your masterpiece for CD and the internet, and so much more! There is not a more thorough single offering for Logic 9. Become a master today.
- 40 Tutorials / Almost 5 Hours Total Runtime
- For all beginner to intermediate Logic 9 users
- Tutorials written by Apple Logic Certified Pro Eli Krantzberg
- Simple to use video control interface for Mac & PC
- Once downloaded, no internet connection is required
- Total Runtime: 04h: 55m:55s
Logic 9 Explained
- Creating a Project - Learn how to create a new project and choose which assets to include or exclude from the project folder.
- Basic Hardware Setup - Discover how to set and configure your audio and MIDI hardware and drivers in the Audio MIDI Setup Utility, and within Logic 9.
- Understanding Files & Regions - Explore the differences between audio files and MIDI files, as well as audio files and audio regions.
- Arrange Window Overview - Learn about the main elements of the Arrange Window.
- Exploring the Loop Browser - Discover how to view, search, sort, and audition Apple Loops in the loop browser, as well as how to set the pre-listen track’s playback level.
- Basic Transport Commands - See how to bring Apple Loops into a session, and use some basic transport commands for controlling playback.
- Basic Navigation Functions - Learn some different ways to navigate your arrangement and control playback independently of the play head position.
- Tracks & Channel Strips - Explore the anatomy of a channel strip and how they relate to the tracks in the Arrange Window.
- Exploring the Library - Discover how the Library can be used to apply different plug-in processing chains on existing audio and instrument tracks.
- Exploring the Audio Bin - Learn how to import, audition, rename, and manage audio files and regions from the Audio Bin.
- Working with Tools - Explore the different ways for accessing tools through menus, key commands, and preference settings.
- Arrange Window Tool Functions - Discover how each of the Arrange Window tools can be used as well as some useful key commands for equivalent functions.
- Setting the Project Tempo - Learn how to use the Transport Bar, Tempo List, and Global Tracks to set and work with the tempo of your projects.
- Tempo Based on Audio Files - See some ways to set the project tempo based on preexisting audio files.
- Creating Tracks - Explore the different ways new tracks and channel strips can be generated and created based on various criteria including channel strip settings, MIDI channels, and region placement.
- Configuring the Track Header - Learn how to customize the viewable elements in the track list and see how the relationship between channel strip names and track names work.
- MIDI Record Setup - See how to set up and customize the metronome settings, click sound and how to set the count-in options.
- Overdubbing MIDI - Explore two different ways to record MIDI overdubs. First, when data is “merged in” automatically after recording, and second, when separate tracks are created. Also see how quantizing can be used to tighten up a sloppy performance.
- MIDI Cycle & Take Folder Record - Learn how to record MIDI in cycle mode either with or without creating take folders.
- Record Modes & Punching-In - Explore how the different record modes can speed up your workflow, and how to correct mistakes using Auto-Punch and Replace modes. See example video
- Layering & Intro to MIDI Editor - See how to simply layer two MIDI sounds together, and how to access the different MIDI editors either as pop-up or stand-alone windows.
- Piano Roll Editor Pt. 1 - Discover how to create and edit notes in the Piano Roll Editor, and how to work with the different grid based snap values.
- Piano Roll Editor Pt. 2 - Learn how to mute, quantize, and edit velocities, for either individual or multiple MIDI notes.
- The Hyper Editor - See how to enter a simple drum groove using the Hyper Editor.
- Audio Recording Setup - Learn how to configure the various audio preferences and project settings for audio recording.
- I/O Labels & Send Effects - Explore how to customize the way the names of the ins and outs of your audio hardware and bus sends are displayed in Logic. Also see how to set up a bus send for reverb.
- Setting Up a Headphone Mix - Learn how to set up a mix for the headphones that is independent of the main monitor mix.
- Recording a Vocalist Live - See how to set preamp levels and use input monitoring to get set up for a live recording.
- Auto-Punch & Take Folder Recording - Discover how to quickly and easily set the auto-punch zone with the marquee tool, and how to record audio into take folders.
- Loop Recording Audio - Learn how to loop record audio over a repeated section, and how to set Logic to auto-colorize the different takes as they are created.
- Quick Swipe Comping - Explore how to work with take folders, and how to use Quick Swipe comping to create a composite track containing the best bits from each take.
- Take Folder Editing - See how to edit within take folders and export comps to new tracks.
- Basic Audio Editing - Learn how to quickly and efficiently execute basic audio editing tasks directly in the Arrange Window.
- The Flex Tool - Discover how the Flex Tool can be used to easily alter the position, length and timing of specific selected areas of an audio region.
- Flex View Slicing Mode - Explore how to enable flex view and conform an imported drum loop to the project tempo using slicing mode, and how to create and manipulate multiple flex markers.
- Easy Stutter Effects - See how to use the ´convert to sample track´ and ´bounce in place´ features as a means of easily generating creative stutter effects.
- Working with Plug-Ins - Learn how to work with and manage plug-ins and their settings. Also see how Amp Designer and PedalBoard can be used for guitar processing.
- Working with Key Commands - Learn how to work with and manage plug-ins and their settings. Also see how Amp Designer and PedalBoard can be used for guitar processing.
- Working with Track Automation - See some of the different ways to automate and edit available parameters using Logic 9’s powerful track automation features.
- Bounce to Disc - Learn how to render your arrangement down to a final two track stereo mix, and see how speed and tempo can still be manipulated even in this final stage of your project.
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