The environment window is the heart of MIDI management in Logic 2.0. This tutorial from Emagic and ETV shows you how to use this environment window with your midi audio in Logic 2.0.
In this music recording software video tutorial, learn how to use one of the latest programs for bands and musicians: Apple Logic Pro. This software allows the user to record a song from beginning to end, bounce tracks, master, and do a final mix down to CD, mp3, and other desired formats. Our expert, Bill Macpherson, will walk you through the operations you need to understand to create audio tracks, lay down drums, keyboard, and a bass part, edit and master them, and mix to a final song. Thi...
Included in Logic Pro is a vocoder called the EVOC 20 PS (PolySynth), a very hand tool when it comes to audio editing. The EVOC 20 PS is a combination of a vocoder and polyphonic synthesizer, which can be played with an external controller keyboard. But let's concentrate on this video tutorial, where you'll learn how to use and record the vocoder synth in Logic Pro. See the steps below:
This audio editing software tutorial will show you how to export and import OMF and AAF files with Logic Pro. Connor Smith also shows you how to export all tracks as audio files (for importing into DAWs like Pro Tools) from Logic Pro.
This shows a step by step method for using the Wii controller to output MIDI control to Apple Logic Pro and "conduct" MIDI with the Wii stick! This is a way cool Wii hack that makes the bluetooth controller work with Logic. You need to install another program to receive and control the data.
In this audio editing software tutorial Connor Smith shows you how to automate your tempo track in Logic Pro. See how to work with a four bar loop and automate the tempo in Logic Pro so it goes slower.
Creating drum beats is a crucial part of making a great song. Learn how to use Logic Pro 8 Ultrabeat drum machine feature to create and mix your recordings in this free music production tool tutorial from a professional audio engineer.
Practice your soloing skills and record melodic lead lines over your favorite song or backing track by importing pre-recorded tracks into Logic.
In this audio editing software tutorial Connor Smith will show you how to group tracks in Logic Pro. Specifically, learn how to group drum tracks to prepare them for editing in Logic. Remember, you want to group things that are already similar so as you edit, you can edit them together.
This video in the Software category will show you how to use multitrack live recording in Logic Pro 9 . This video is from Lynda. Say you are going to record a 4 piece band; drummer, base, guitarist and a singer. Use separate mikes for all four. First you make 8 different mono audio tracks. Go to track menu and click new. Type in 8 for number, select audio, format will be mono. Now you click the ascending box, order the inputs from one to eight and click create. Now you have 8 audio racks. Cl...
In need of a general introduction to NI's Massive synth instrument? Well, you're in luck, as this clip presents just that. For more information, including a detailed overview of the product, and to get started using Massive in your own sessions, watch this video guide.
Apple Loops is a pre-recorded library of beats in Logic Pro. Learn how to use Logic Pro 8 software to make music in this free music production tool from a professional audio engineer.
In this clip, you'll learn how to add excitement to a bass part by introducing a filter. Whether you're new to computer recording, new to the Ableton Live DAW (digital audio workstation) or just looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial from NextStepAudio. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
This software video to show you how to use the vocoder that comes with Logic Pro 7. You will need a midi controller and microphone to play with teh Vocoder filters in Logic Pro 7. If you have these items, watch this audio editing tutorial and start learning to use the Vocoder in Logic Pro 7.
In this video, you will learn how to record using Apple Logic Pro 9. First, open the program and save the session. Make sure your audio interface is set before recording. Go to global settings and navigate to audio. Click on the general tab and change the audio settings. Wave files are the industry standard. Make sure 24-bit recording is checked. Software monitoring will allow you to monitor the audio. Save this and change the project settings. You can adjust the sample rate of your recording...
This four-part video will help introduce you to mastering in Logic Pro. The first video talks about loudness and why it's important in getting your music heard throughout the world. But you also need to know the mastering direction! In the other videos, you'll learn some tips about making your music louder, creating a balanced track, solving masking, and how not to ruin your bass track. Mastering audio is an art form, especially in Logic Pro, so make sure you know the keys to success!
This Lynda tutorial teaches how to use the Logic pro, a songwriting application. Midi sequencing and quantizing is the main focus of this video. Midi is a short name for Musical instrumental digital interface. Midi is not sound. It is a low resolution computer protocol, developed in early 80’s to enable computer to communicate each other. Midi is fast, simple and reliable. It has a intensity stream. In this project, Scot Hirsch explained how a midi file is manipulated in Logic pro. Midi file ...
The Quantization Tool makes it easy to quantize MIDI notes in the Piano Roll Editor of Logic Pro 8. Learn how to use the Quantization tool with MIDI controls in this Logic Pro 8 tutorial.
Learn how to use the Flex Time tool to alter the speed and timing of your tracks without altering their pitch or introducing nasty artifacts. This clip presents an overview of how to use it. Whether you're new to computer recording, new to the Apple Logic DAW (digital audio workstation) or just looking to pick up a few new tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial.
Interested in becoming better acquainted with Logic's built-in physical modeling soft synth, Sculpture? You've come to the right place. Whether you're new to computer recording, new to the Apple Logic DAW (digital audio workstation) or just looking to pick up a few new tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial.
Quantization is an important part of your MIDI editing with Logic Pro. Quanitzation helps clean up a poorly recorded MIDI performance or add shuffle to MIDI. If you haven't used quantization or need help using it for your MIDI editing, then watch this Logic Pro 8 tutorial.
In this software tutorial you will learn how to lay a vocal track using Logic Pro. The two part tutorial starts with 5 vocal tracks, and Stuart discusses keeping things organized and adding effects to the tracks in Logic Pro 7.
Logic can be a powerful tool for tracking, and even mixing! If you're curious about Logic Pro 9's capabilities as a mixing tool, check this out! In this video you will learn how to create a dynamic mix for your music by using automation controls to allow you to raise and edit fader positions as well as points where the fader goes up and down on top of many other great things!
In this video, you are shown how to find the BPM, or beats per minute, of a song that you have recorded by using Logic Pro 8. Start by loading up your song. Then go to the inserts menu, and from there go to metering. Inside the metering menu, click on the beats per minute counter. Then click on either stereo or mono, depending on your speakers. Play the song that you uploaded, and the counter will automatically find the beats per minute of your song. Go back into the inserts menu and click on...
Correct the pitch of your vocal and instrument tracks with this innovative software program. Learn more about digital pitch correction in this Logic Pro software tutorial from a professional recording engineer.
In this clip, you'll learn a simple technique for generating a pitch sweep within Logic Pro or Express. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started using this effect in your own Logic projects, watch this free video Logic tutorial.
Need some help figuring out how to achieve that classic "telephone" effect in Logic? Let this clip be your guide. Whether you're new to computer recording, new to the Ableton Live DAW (digital audio workstation) or just looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial from NextStepAudio. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
In this video tutorial, viewers will learn how to create their own Apple Loops in Logic Pro 9. Logic Pro is a hybrid 32/64 bit digital audio workstation and MIDI sequencer software application. In this video, viewers will learn how to make any regular audio file into an Apple Loop that can be searched in Logic's Loops browser. This video focuses on setting up a workspace, recording with both live performers and digital instruments, editing and arranging, and mixing and mastering a composition...
Reversing audio files can create some cool sonic effects. This Apple Logic Pro 8 tutorial show you how you can reverse files in Logic, using the Sample Editor.
In this Logic Pro 8 audio software tutorial you will explore the Piano Roll Editor (AKA Matrix Editor) and see how it compares to Logic Pro 8's Score Editor. Piano Roll Editor is one of the main MIDI editing windows in Logic Pro 8 so it's a good idea to learn how to use it.
Create beats with the music program Dr. Dre and Kanye West use to write songs! Learn how to make beats with the Logic Pro 8 Ultrabeat drum machine in this free music production tool tutorial from a professional audio engineer.
Learn how to a create a fancy, dancy multi-band rhythmic gating effect in Logic Pro. Whether you're new to computer recording, new to the Apple Logic DAW (digital audio workstation) or just looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial from Next Step Audio. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
This audio editing software tutorial will show you two different types of editing in Logic Pro. First, Connor Smith shows how to edit multitrack drums in a group (to fix timing of hits) in Logic Pro. Then he covers how to ungroup your drums and take out pops, clicks (etc.) on individual drum tracks in Logic Pro.
This Apple Logic Pro tutorial shows you how to merge audio regions. Merging audio regions let's you combine sounds so you can work with them as single blocks within Logic Pro 8.
This Apple Logic Pro tutorial you will learn how to create MIDI notes. Learn how to use the Piano Roll Editor to create a drum sequence using Ultrabeat in Logic Pro 8.
This audio software tutorial shows you how to use the Pencil Tool to create MIDI regions and notes in Logic Pro 8. Creating MIDI regions and notes with the pencil tool in Logic is as easy as watching this tutorial. You will also learn how to find and use the piano roll editor.
Watch as Martin Sitter shows you how to use audio instruments in Logic Pro 8. Learn how to use audio instruments like Ultrabeat and more in this Logic Pro 8 tutorial.
In this video, we learn how to use sidechaining in Logic Pro. The idea is that one sound will cancel out another. For example, when the kick comes then the bass will disappear. To do this, first set up an ultra beat using a multiple out with the preset kit. From here, you can send this to it's own channel on the mixing base. If you go back to the mixer, you will see the ultrabeat and can create a new channel that links directly from this. Do this by clicking the "+" symbol. After this, conver...
This clip provides a lesson on how to generate a custom multi-sample instrument within Logic Pro Studio. Whether you're new to computer recording, new to Apple's Logic Pro DAW (digital audio workstation) or just looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial from NextStepAudio. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
First of all you have to go to 'logic pro' and select any instrument you want to play. Here you can choose a synthesizer. Now click on the record button at the bottom and it shall start playing and produce a loop. Now from the side bar you can select the ‘low pass filter’ and change the ‘frequency’. From the new pop out, you can change the volume or the note. You can click in ‘command 'L' to open the keyboard ‘assignments settings’ and click where you want to add it. In this case you have to ...