Brand new to Logic Pro? Switching from GarageBand, ProTools, or Cubase? Or has it been collecting dust in your Applications folder? Either way, these tutorials will get you started. Begin with our free Logic Pro Beginner Guide.
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- Logic Pro Project Setup: Maximizing Space
- This tutorial covers various methods of reclaiming workspace in the Arrange Window.
- Loading Instruments in Logic Pro
- Learn several ways to load software instruments into your project.
- The Basics Of Recording Audio With Logic Pro
- This tutorial covers the initial setup and basics of recording from an audio input source.
- Punch Recording Audio With Logic Pro
- This tutorial covers the techniques involved in basic punch recording. Learn to set punch in and out points and record over problem segments of existing recordings.
- Comping Takes With Logic Pro
- This tutorial covers the techniques involved in creating composite takes. Learn to cycle record and edit multiple overlapping takes together to create one composite take.
- Naming Tracks
- Merging MIDI Regions
- Mute & Solo Multiple Tracks
- Bouncing Your Logic Pro Project
- Learn several ways to export your Logic Pro project.
- Browsing The Library
- Media Library Tips
Tips & Tricks
- Logic Pro Tips & Tricks: Tool Menus
- This tutorial explores the various tool menus throughout Logic as well as various methods for quickly accessing the menus and their tools.
Piano Roll Editor
- Logic Pro Piano Roll editor: Basic Operations
- This tutorial will focus on basics of MIDI note event entry and editing in the Piano Roll Editor. It will show the various ways of quickly opening the Piano Roll window for editing. It also describes the layout and function of a Piano Roll Editor. Learn to quickly draw in MIDI note data or enter notes through step input mode, change note lengths, and quickly move note events to a desired position. These techniques will make precise MIDI editing a breeze, increasing productivity and enhancing your workflow.
- Changing The Length Of Notes Using The Piano Roll Editor
- Learn how to alter the start and end points of notes using various methods and with options to set the same end point for several notes as well as make several notes the same length. You’ll also learn more advanced note length functions.
- Working With Regions: Basic quantization
- This tutorial covers basic region quantization functions, including how to select quantize values and explanations for the different types.
- Working With Events: quantization
- Logic Pro Channel Strips: Basic
- During this tutorial you will learn the basic functions of channel strips in Logic Pro.
- Logic Pro Channel Strips: Working With Settings
- A Thorough Look At Audio Unit Presets and channel strip settings
- Learn the difference between channel strip settings and audio unit presets, where they are stored on your computer, and how to find them in Logic Pro.
- Logic Pro Global Tracks: Basics
- This Logic Pro tutorial explains how to display and use various global tracks on a basic level.
- Signature Track: Basic Operations
- This tutorial demonstrates the basic operations of creating, editing and moving elements in the signature track.
- Tempo Track: Basic Operations
- This tutorial covers the basics of creating and editing tempo events and more.
- Creating markers in Logic Pro
- This tutorial covers many different methods for the basic creation of markers.
- Deleting markers in Logic Pro
- This tutorial covers many different methods for the basic deletion of markers.
- Moving markers in Logic Pro
- This tutorial covers many different methods for the basic movement of markers.
- Labeling markers in Logic Pro
- This tutorial covers many different methods for the basic labeling functions of markers.
- Logic Pro Hyper Draw: Basic Operations
- This tutorial will instruct you on how to access the Hyper Draw editor in the various windows of Logic Pro.
- Basic Hyper Editor: drum sequencing Part 1
- Learn how to set up the Hyper Editor window for use as a traditional drum pattern sequencer.
- Basic Hyper Editor: drum sequencing Part 2
- Basic Hyper Editor: quantization
- Learn how to quantize existing MIDI note events in the Hyper Editor by using the Convert Event Definition dialog.
- Basic Environment: Mapped Instrument
- Basic Environment Arpeggiator
- Basic Environment Chord Memorizer
- Basic Environment: Layers
- This tutorial will explore the basic layout of the environment window, namely its organization into layers. Each layer's function will be explained separately.
- MIDI beat mapping in Logic Pro