In this Toontrack EZDrummer tutorial, you’ll discover how to set up a multi-output software instrument for ultimate control of the drum mix.
In this premium tutorial, we’ll show you how to use the Logic Pro Pedalboard plugin to get your stompbox fix.
In this premium tutorial, you’ll learn how to get authentic electric guitar tones with the Logic Pro Amp Designer plugin. You’ll also get some premium Amp Designer presets.
Learn how to record your guitar with Logic Pro in this free tutorial.
In part 4 of our Scoring Workshop, you’ll learn how to import standard MIDI files and use Logic Pro 9’s new selective track import.
In part 3 of our Scoring Workshop, you’ll learn how to route audio from standalone instruments back into Logic Pro. This will allow you to overcome Logic Pro’s 4MB RAM ceiling (if you’re running it in 32-bit mode) as well as to get troublesome third-party instruments to play nice with Logic Pro.
So you upgraded Logic Pro or opened a project and your record enable, freeze, or some other button is now missing. Have no fear. It’s usually a very simple fix.
Learn what a notch filter is, where to find it in Logic Pro, and how it’s used.
In part 2 of our Scoring Workshop, you’ll learn how get more power out of your system and overcome Logic Pro’s 4 GB RAM limit by using external standalone instruments, you’ll learn advanced environment routing, and much more.
This series of tutorials will show you the benefits of orchestrating scores, help you maximize your setup and get more power from your computer, learn the score editor, and much more.