Logic Pro Online Training

Logic Pro Course Content

Make Music with Logic Pro
  • Opening Logic
  • Exploring the Interface
  • Starting a Project with Apple Loops
  • Navigating the Project
  • Building an Arrangement
  • Mixing the Song
  • Exporting the Mix
Recording Audio
  • Setting Up Digital Audio Recording Settings
  • Recording a Single Track, Recording Additional Takes
  • Recording Multiple Tracks
  • Punching In and Out (On the Fly and Automatic)
  • Changing Recording and Metronome Settings
Comping Takes
  • Assigning Mouse Tools
  • Editing Audio Regions in the Arrange Area
  • Deleting Unused Audio Files
  • Manipulating the Waveform with the Flex Tool and Editing Audio Destructively in the Sample Editor
Recording MIDI
  • Recording MIDI
  • Quantizing MIDI Recordings
  • Merging Recordings into a MIDI Region
  • Recording MIDI Takes
  • Using Punch Recording
  • Using Step Input Recording and Filtering Incoming MIDI Events
Programming and Editing MIDI
  • Programming in the Piano Roll Editor
  • Editing a MIDI Recording, Using the Score Editor
  • Editing Notes with a MIDI Keyboard
  • Editing Note Velocity Using Hyper Draw
  • Editing MIDI Continuous Controller Events and Editing in the Event List
Programming Drums
  • Programming a Drum Pattern in Ultrabeat
  • Changing the Groove in the MIDI Editors
  • Creating a Snare Roll Using the Hyper Editor
  • Converting a MIDI Sequence into an Audio Region and Converting an Audio Region into a Sampler Instrument Track
Manipulating Tempo and Time Stretching
  • Matching the Project Tempo to an Audio Region’s Tempo
  • Inserting Tempo Changes and Curves
  • Creating Apple Loops
  • Changing the Playback Pitch and Speed with Varispeed
  • Time Stretching and Tempo Matching with Flex Time Editing and Creating a Turntable or Tape Slowdown Effect
Arranging and Preparing for the Mix
  • Previewing the Song
  • Using Existing Material to Fill in Parts
  • Adding and Deleting Sections
  • Muting Elements and Cleaning Up Noisy Recordings
  • Previewing the Final Mix
  • Using the Amp Designer
  • Using the Pedalboard
  • Adjusting Levels
  • Choosing Pan Positions
  • Choosing EQ Settings
  • Using Delay and Reverberation
  • Using Dynamic Processing Plug-ins and Tips and Tricks
Automating the Mix and Using Control Surfaces
  • Creating and Editing Offline Automation
  • Recording Live Automation
  • Using Control Surfaces and Exporting the Mix
Automating the Mix and Using Control Surfaces
  • Troubleshooting and Optimization
  • Making Backups
  • Solving Audio and MIDI Routing Problems
  • Optimizing Hardware Performance and Addressing Unexpected Behaviors
Certification Exam
  • Students take an end user exam to earn Apple Certified Pro
  • Logic Pro 9 Level One status