|The Complete Logic Pro|
|Logic Pro - The Big Picture|
|Logic Pro Quick Start|
|The Arrange Window|
|Tracks and Channel Strips|
|Automating the Mix|
|Bouncing Your Project|
If you plan on recording audio, you'll need a way to get audio into Logic Pro. Your Mac may have a built-in line in or microphone. These may work in a pinch but professional quality recordings need to be higher quality. Most professional hardware will mention Logic Pro capabilities in their features and specs.
It goes the same for MIDI. Your computer needs a way to send and receive MIDI. Many keyboards will send and receive MIDI through USB, eliminating the need for a third party interface. Other controllers may use DIN cables and require a hardware interface. Check the literature. Logic Pro will probably be mentioned.
Hardware Interface Tutorials
- How to Record in Logic Pro with your Blue Snowball Mic
- Assigning Controllers Workshop Part 1
- Assigning Controllers Workshop Part 2
- Assigning Controllers Workshop Part 3
- Assigning Controllers Workshop Part 4