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.