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Logic 10.5 Video Tutorial

Logic 10.5 Video Tutorial

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Learning how to record and produce incredibly professional sounding tracks in Logic has never been easier thanks to the Logic 10.5 Video Tutorial.'s David Wills spends over 3.5 hours walking you through every feature of Apple Logic's workflow from setting up your software to work with your audio interface and MIDI controllers to creating radio-ready mixes and everything in between. DAWs 101 is a module in the training that uses easy to understand animations to teach you how a DAW works and how to use subgroups, EQ, Compression, Effects, Automation...everything you'll need to know so you can produce incredibly professional sounding tracks in Logic.

If you have been getting frustrated trying to learn Logic from just using the 1200 page manual, then sit down, grab a cup of your favorite beverage and look over the shoulder of a professional audio engineer with 30 years in the business putting Logic through its paces.

  • What's Included
  • Reviews

Overview of all Windows
Types of Tracks
Help System
Smart Controls
List Editors
File Browser

DAWs 101
What is a DAW?
What do DAWs do?
Do they replace a Recording Studio?
Types of Tracks
MIDI Tracks
Audio Tracks
Types of Editing
Effects Routing
Mixing Down

Audio Interface Settings
MIDI Controller Setup
Advanced Tools
Customizing the Toolbar
Keyboard Shortcuts
Recording File Types
Project Alternatives

Creating a new Project
Project Templates
Creating a new Track
Types of Tracks
Setting your Input
Recording Levels
Recording an Audio Track
Loop Recording
Recording Comped Tracks
Using the Library
Selecting Patches
Recording MIDI Tracks
Take Folders
Spot Erase
Chase MIDI
MIDI Effects
Chord Trigger
Note Repeat
Drummer Tracks
Selecting Drummer
Selecting Patterns
Editing Patterns
Drum Kit Designer
Drum Synth
Working with Loops
Punching In
Live Loops
Recording your own Live Loops
Arranging with Live Loops
Recording Drums from a MIDI Keyboard
Step Sequencer
Review of Recording Workflow

Overview of Editing
Using Markers
Handy Keyboard Shortcuts
Setting up Transport Shortcuts
Using Arrangements
Editing Tempo and Time Signatures
Cycling and Omit Cycle
Insert Silence
Play from Region
Join Region
Take Folders
Comped Tracks Editing
Track Alternatives
Using Live Loops to hold Alternate Takes
Editing Tools
Slicing Audio
Remove Silence from Audio Region
Flex Pitch (Adjusting Pitch on Audio Tracks)
Flex Time (Adjusting Timing on Audio Tracks)
Groove Tracks
Editing MIDI Tracks
Adjusting Velocity
Converting MIDI to Audio
Replacing/Doubling Drum Tracks

Mixer Overview
Grouping Channels
Aux Sends
Using Plugins
Editing Plugins
Setting up Audio Interface for Mixing
Freezing Tracks
Track Stacks
Track Folders
Using the Library to pre populate Mixer
Send on Faders
Automating your Mix
Thinning Automation
Setting End of Song
Creating Fadeout
Mastering Effects

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Stephen Williams (Wrexham, GB)

As always, David makes the best tuition videos. So helpful and makes Logic so easy to understand. A+.

Mark Valois (Cameron, CA)
Great Tutorial!

A nice, simple and well explained way to use Logic. It is a great way to get up and running with this program. Very well done!

Johnson Warwick (Huntsville, US)
Loved this course!

This is exactly what I needed! Great course!

Noel Godfrey (Melbourne, AU)
Perfect for Logic users

As with all ProAudio courses - full of knowledge tips and all well presented - another 1st class product

Paul Swattridge (Pocklington, GB)
Another hit from ProAudioExp.

Really glad David made this Logic tutorial. I’d been using Logic for quite a while but never felt I really had a proper handle on it. I’d either get caught up in the minutiae of something and not understand the bigger picture or stick within a very basic workflow as if I was using Garageband.
When David explained his approach and something called the 80/20 Pareto Principle, it made a lot of sense. He shows how the main components work and relate to each other. He then goes into finer detail using real projects as examples. The end result: a solid understanding of Logic with very little effort.
I think the course gets the balance just right. Logic provides lots of different ways to make music, not all of them useful to me. David manages to cover a lot of ground in an efficient yet entertaining manner and every main ’tool’ seems to get a good amount of time in the spotlight. I felt I got more than a fair shake regarding my recording needs.
I find David’s courses (I have seven) particularly informative because they don’t just teach how a product or process works but show how an audio engineer or recording musician might actually use them.
He explains plenty of keyboard shortcuts and sub-menus along the way, which I found particularly helpful. All in all, it’s given me the foundational knowledge to go deeper into the program on my own and know where I am and what I’m doing. Many thanks David.

Louis Dituri (The Bronx, US)
New user logic pro 10.5

Just started using logic pro 10.5 a few months back but rely primarily on studio one version five. So when I wanted to get to know logic a little bit better before I used it for anything naturally I turn to David at Pro audio EXP where I found an incredible video tutorial. Of course David So when I wanted to get to know logic a little bit better before I used it for anything naturally I turned to David at Pro audio EXP where I found an incredible video tutorial. Of course David always provides the best. If you haven't downloaded and purchased any of David's tutorials you really need to do yourself a favor and do so.

Bertram Edwards (Bathurst, CA)
Logic Pro 10.5

I was sceptical at buying this tutorial, having spent some time on Groove 3 and various Youtube videos I thought I was pretty au fait with most of what Logic Pro could offer. However, just a little way in to David’s tutorial I learnt some very useful tips that shortened my workflow considerably. — Well worth the money I paid and I’d highly recommend this course for beginners and long time users alike!

Huby (Lyon, FR)
Not only for beginners!

Even after using Logic since version 5 on a Mac7100 snd a pc (remember maybe?), I found loads of nice new info nuggets in this tutorial. Very clear and precise no-nonsense explanations about basic functions in chapter 1 and 2, and from chapter 3 the more advanced and some times in plain sight hidden possibilities of Logic are revealed.
One small b-flat: it would be nice to add personal notated markers in the course timelines, but I presume Vimeo is (not yet?) up to snuff for that. at least I haven’t found a way yet?)
But for me the most importantly: David really knows what he’s talking about, and his tuto is great!

NEil JOhnstone (Isle of Lewis, GB)
No nonsense tutorials

One of the most incredible things about Logic Pro is the sheer vastness of it. For me, it was pretty overwhelming as I tried to learn everything there was to know about the program. What I really needed was a “no nonsense” tutorial showing you all you need to know in a clear and easy to follow way. Once again, David has produced a fantastic series of videos.

Ted Nashville TN (Nashville, US)
Very good!

I am coming from Digital Performer to Logic Pro. After bouncing around videos, manuals, and experimenting, I purchased the Logic 10.5 Video Tutorial from ProAudioEXP. Wow - what a revelation. Concise. I love it and have really benefited from getting it. Now a Tutorial for Universal Audio Luna and I would be completely caught up! Thanks David!!

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