Automating Your Mix With Logic Pro

Automating Your Mix With Logic Pro

In this Logic Pro Mixing Automation tutorial, you’ll learn about displaying automation, automation modes, creating, selecting, editing, and deleting automation, automating MIDI with hyper draw, creating and editing offline automation, recording live automation, using control surfaces, and much more.

Logic Pro MIDI Editing Part 1 – The Piano Roll Editor

Logic Pro MIDI Editing Part 1 - The Piano Roll Editor

In part 1 of the Logic Pro MIDI Editing tutorial, you’ll learn about the piano roll editor, the piano roll grid, the piano roll info display, creating and editing note events, piano roll snap settings, hyper draw, and much more.

Trifonic: Editing Beats – Part 2

Brian Trifon continues his discussion on drum programming and demonstrates Trifonic’s method for time-stretching to create special effects and glitchy awesomeness.

Trifonic: Editing Beats – Part 1

Brian Trifon demonstrates some of Trifonic’s techniques for chopping up a beat loop, creating stutter edits, and making glitch effects.

The Logical Drummer

Now you can discover how to program realistic drums and put some life into your music!

Logic Pro Piano Roll Editor: Advanced Operations

This tutorial will cover many of the advanced features of the Piano Roll editor in Logic Pro 8. Learn to edit, mute and delete note events quickly and easily. View additional MIDI controller data in the Hyper Draw portion of the piano roll editor. Easily make changes to note velocities and learn about the various ways in which note events snap to the time grid. Change the look of the piano roll interface to suit your own preference! With these techniques you will greatly enhance your productivity and workflow when working with MIDI data in the Piano Roll editor.