Learn how to get started in Logic Pro X and finish your first track.
Download the free Logic Pro X cheat sheet: https://www.musicianonamission.com/logic-cheat-sheet/
00:29 – Interface
01:26 – Top Interface
04:19 – Main/Project View
06:35 – MIDI/Piano Roll
07:22 – Drummer/Software Instruments
08:40 – Loops
09:24 – Manipulating Audio Clips
10:19 – Cycle Tool
10:46 – Virtual Keyboard
11:26 – Piano Roll cont.
12:57 – Looping
13:21 – Recording A Track
14:11 – Mixing
16:39 – Signal Flow
17:27 – Wrap-Up
Welcome to this Logic Pro X tutorial for beginners!
In this video, you’ll learn the basics of the software at a beginner level. I’m going to lay this all out and make this as easy as possible so you have no problem getting started.
So, if you want to feel more confident with Logic Pro X, watch now.
This is a great piece of software. You can do SO MUCH with just the stock plugins that come with Logic. Even if you’re an absolute beginner, getting started is easy.
When it comes to home recording, setting up channels is easy. In the video, I show you how to create audio channels to start recording in seconds.
Or maybe you want to use MIDI and virtual instruments. Logic Pro is known for being super easy to work with when it comes to MIDI. Again, I show you every step in the video. We dive deep into the piano roll editor too.
Then, once you have finish writing and recording your track, its time to edit. Editing is also easy – once you know how to use the tools that come with Logic.
Next is mixing. Thanks to the stock plugins, you can produce studio-level mixes without buying any additional software or plugins. Sure, getting premium plugins helps, but only AFTER you’re already making music that sounds great.
Last but not least, mastering is also easy inside the software. You have all the plugins you need, like EQ, compression and a limiter. I don’t dive deep into plugins in this tutorial, but I show you how to get started.
Once you’ve watched this beginner tutorial, leave a comment and let me know what you want to learn about next. I wanted to just give an overview in this video, so I’m happy to dive deeper in future videos.
And while you’re here, be sure to download the free Logic Pro X cheat sheet: https://www.musicianonamission.com/logic-cheat-sheet/
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