Welcome to the Logic Studio Training Wiki
A Continuously Updated Logic Pro Encyclopedia
The challenge with creating a table of contents or a step-by-step method for mastering Logic Pro is that everyone uses it differently.
Rather than bore you with tedious tutorials that don't fit your needs, we want you to jump in and start creating music immediately. So if you're not concerned with recording audio and just want to start MIDI sequencing, or if you've got a guitar track you want to lay down and couldn't care less about creating arpeggiators in the Environment, you can go directly to the tutorial you need and begin learning.
For this reason, we've been reluctant to create a table of contents that would lead you to believe you have to start at Step A before you can proceed to Step B.
Also, many of our tutorials belong in multiple categories. A tutorial about channel strips could relate to the Arrange window, the Mixer, multiple editors, and much more. So it can get pretty difficult to define the perfect system of organization. This is why we love browsing categories and using the site search to find the right tutorial for the moment.
But we ultimately acquiesced and decided to make it as easy as possible to find exactly what you're looking for. That's the intention of this wiki. We'll do our best to categorize all of our tutorials and give you clear navigation.
Below are some starting suggestions. As always, if you're new to Logic Pro, start with the Logic Pro Beginner Guide.
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