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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 21 reviews
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!

Michael Meurin
David Wills Does A Great Job Explaining Logic Pro X

I have had Logic Pro X for quite some time now. And when I found out that David Wills was teaching this course, I had to purchase it because I like his courses from the past that I purchased from him. I always find that he does a great job explaining audio production in such a simple way in his videos. I also like the fact that he has such an extensive background with major recording artists. His Logic video is very affordable and well worth it’s weight in gold from all the information I got from it! Thanks again David!

Matthew Scoggin
Logic Pro Intro videos

I found the Logic tutorials were presented well and covered many items and procedures that I will need. I wish that it was a little more comprehensive and included some further details on some items. But it is a good start.

Paul Davis (Henderson, NV)
Great way to get started!

If you are reading this, look no further. This is the one. This video was everything I had hoped it would be. Very easy to follow. No long, tedious rabbit holes. David methodically covers what you need to know in order to get started. He covered everything you need start-to-finish. Loved it. You'll go from zero to final product in a matter of a few hours!

Joe Muchka
Logic 10.5 video Tutorial

This tutorial has been a tremendous help in my understanding of the many unique features of Logic. David brings his many years of world class professional experience to every chapter in this tutorial. His teaching style is thoughtful, complete and presented with practical applications on how best to use Logic to obtain the best recordings I can. Just understanding the ‘layout’ of Logic’s workspace and how to access it’s many features was huge for me ! Coupled with ProAudioEXP’s Home Recording Course, I’m now able to understand and integrate Logic’s unique qualities into my home projects. I’m not a professional musician and I’m even using an earlier version of Logic but David’s instruction on Logic 10.5 crosses over easily to my earlier version. Thank you, David and the folks at AudioProEXP for helping me to enjoy making music using Logic. You guys are the best!

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