Logic Pro X For Dummies by Graham English

By Graham English

Apple's common sense professional X degrees the taking part in box, making fine quality studio recordings obtainable for any musician. it is a professional-level instrument with a trouble-free interface and a great deal of new positive factors to maintain you extra prepared so that you can specialise in growing instead of computing. list dwell audio and MIDI tracks and edit swifter with the recent Mixer. Create your personal drum equipment, or paintings with the local digital consultation drummer. upload style for your sound with new Pedalboard stompboxes, and fine-tune all of it with Flex Pitch. you are going to set free with common sense professional X and allow your creativity move with support from For Dummies.

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Navigating Logic Pro X with speed and purpose will put your music out in the world and build your project catalog. You’ll be zipping around Logic Pro in no time. Navigating Logic Pro To get the most out of Logic Pro X, you should know the name and purpose of each area of the main window. Plus, if you ever need to contact the folks in product support, you’ll be able to communicate the problem with precision. info 34 Part I: Leaping into Logic Pro X Getting comfortable in the main window The main window, shown in Figure 3-1, was called the arrange window in earlier versions of Logic Pro.

With project alternatives, you can record a female singer on the version you want the public to hear but record a male singer when sending the demo to potential clients or artists. ✓ Mixes: You can create a project alternative with a loud vocal and one with a soft vocal. Or create an alternative without the vocal, in case the singer needs to perform the song to a backing track. ) Customizing Your Project Settings Similar to the Logic Pro X Preferences, your project has its global settings that you can adjust.

The setups in this section can be built inexpensively. In a recording setup, such as the one shown in Figure 1-3, you need to get audio from instruments or microphones into Logic Pro. You also need to hear what you’re recording through monitors or headphones. Your audio interface is the intermediary between your computer and the peripherals. Figure 1-3: A typical recording setup. In a MIDI studio, such as the one in Figure 1-4, instruments such as synthesizers, drum machines, samplers, and even alternate controllers (for example, a guitar MIDI system) connect to a MIDI interface, which transmits the MIDI messages from the various instruments to the computer.

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