“Like” This Page and Turn Logic Pro Into Your Little Genie In A Bottle!
Logic Studio Training made this 6-part Quick Start Guide available to anyone who “likes” this page! What you’ll learn in this step-by-step, video introduction is:
This Logic Pro Quick Start Guide is narrated by the remarkably un-annoying voice of Graham English, who has been teaching and sculpting warriors of Logic Pro kung-fu (that’s DAW-fu to the initiated) since 2007.
Please rest easy that these videos will not be thinly-disguised-hide-in-the-background-Ninja-like sales pitches. They will contain the best intelligence Graham can give you to get up and running with your Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) in under an hour. There is no charge for any of this.
Move along, apprentice! You’re less than an hour away from letting the Genie out of the bottle! All you have to do is “like” this page!
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This Logic Pro Quick Start Guide is a sequential video introduction to Logic Pro. If you’re new to Logic Pro, this is where you want to begin. Once you’ve completed the Quick Start, you’ll be able to record audio and MIDI with Logic Pro and start learning some more advanced DAW-fu.
Part 7: Recording in Logic Pro
In the 7th and final video of our Logic Pro Quick Start, you’ll learn how to record audio and MIDI, record comp takes, change the project sample rate, tempo, metronome settings, and more. Get it by sharing our Logic Pro Quick Start on your Facebook Page!
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