Eli explores creating and saving a new template, shows where they are stored on the hard drive, how to control startup behavior when launching Logic, how the automatic management and naming of channel strip settings functions work and how to customize the way your I/O labels appear in Logic's mixer.
Populating a Template7:35
Learn how to create multiple channel strips at once and then rename them sequentially, how to set up reverb and headphone sends, instantiate EQs and compressors with default settings on each track and how to color multiple channel strips at the same time.
Eli shows examples of templates that take advantage of: tracks existing in the project but not in the tracks area, mix subgroups set up for parallel compression, preset mix plug-in chains, media browser file locations, and smpte view offset.
Eli explores an alternate approach to workflow using various configurations of track stacks.
Screen Set Ideas8:10
Learn how to store and recall preset window configurations and explore some ideas for useful combinations.
Explore three different ways of managing the display of channel strips in your project, including the rarely used hide groups function to toggle the show/hide status of multiple tracks simultaneously.
Import Project Data7:54
See how to import channel strips, plug-ins and settings, send routing, I/O assignments, output routing and track data, from one project to another.
Import Project Settings3:05
See how to import project specific settings like screen sets, score sets, staff styles, and lane sets; from one project to another.
Explore some ways to customize and tailor your workflow in the Mixer window including cycling through the different mixer modes, filtering the view of channel strip based on type, toggling between two different volume levels, changing the fader display resolution, using exclusive solo mode, scrolling to or selecting specific channel strip types, using folders for custom layouts, and using screensets for customized mixer views.
Working with Key Commands9:29
Discover how to get the most out of Logic's key commands as you learn to manage multiple presets, use controller assignments, decode the mysterious symbols used, and access functions unavailable on some keyboards.
Apple Logic Certified Pro Eli Krantzberg has created a new series for Logic users who want to work faster, more efficiently and increase their creativity. Follow along with Eli as he shows you Advanced Ways to Use Templates, Screen Sets, Groups, Import Data, Mixer Tips, Key Commands and more.
Eli begins by showing you How to Create and Save a New Template, How to Control Startup Behavior when Launching Logic, How the Automatic Management and Naming of Channel Strip Settings Functions Work, and How to Customize the Way Your I/O Labels Appear in Logic's Mixer.
You'll then see How to Set Up Reverb and Headphone Sends, How to Color Multiple Channel Strips at the Same Time, Create Mix Subgroups Set Up for Parallel Compression, Create Preset Mix Plug-in Chains, Advanced Track Stacks, How to Store and Recall Preset Window Configurations, and Explore Ideas for Useful Combinations.
Moving on, you'll Discover 3 Different Ways of Managing the Display of Channel Strips in Your Project, How to Import Channel Strips, Plug-Ins and Settings, Send Routing, I/O Assignments, Output Routing, and Track Data from One Project to Another, as well as Import Project Specific Settings like Screen Sets, Score Sets, Staff Styles, and Lane Sets from one Project to Another.
You'll then See Ways to Customize and Tailor Your Workflow in the Mixer Window including Cycling Through the Different Mixer Modes, Filtering the View of Channel Strips Based on Type, Toggle Between 2 Different Volume Levels, Change the Fader Display Resolution, Use Exclusive Solo Mode, Scroll to or Select Specific Channel Strip Types, Use Folders for Custom Layouts, and Use Screen Sets For Customized Mixer Views.
Wrapping it all up, you'll discover How to Get the Most Out of Logic's Key Commands, as you Learn to Manage Multiple Presets, Use Controller Assignments, Decode the Mysterious Symbols Used, and Access Functions Unavailable on Some Keyboards. If you're ready to move your Logic skill set to the next level, get "Logic Pro X Advanced Vol 1" today...
Submitted 2 months ago
Amazing tips and Eli is a blessing
I love how easy it its to find the various topics. The tagging of notes is wonderful
I am a: Producer, Professional, Audio Engineer, Musician, Sound Designer, Beat Maker, Sound for Film/TV
Submitted 5 months ago
2 thumbs up
This is a MUST watch once you finish watching the "Logic Pro X Explained" video. Both videos are about 7 hours combined. I watched them few times in the past few months & it has really got me going faster than ever.
I am a: Semi-Pro, Producer, Sound Designer, Hobbyist, Beat Maker
Submitted 6 months ago
I've just started to watch these and plan to watch again a few times. Gave me some good ideas for setting up templates that I hadn't thought of before.
I am a: Hobbyist
Submitted 9 months ago
This is a collection of good tips relating to LPX's overall workflow and UI. Even the video that covers mixer tips is concerned primarily with the interface. That said, there's great information here, some of it in the forehead-slapping category with respect to how useful it is. Most every video here -- even project importing topics -- covers something that is potentially useful to a typical LPX user. These aren't riveting videos, but they're solid, and I would definitely recommend this instruction to anyone looking to upgrade their LPX skills.
I am a: Semi-Pro, Producer, Musician
Submitted 9 months ago
Well Done! Lots of Tips for better productivity
This video series will definitely get your productivity level up and running. There are a ton of key command options, and Eli explains them better than I've ever seen presented in a tutorial video.
I am a: Professional, Producer, Musician, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer
Submitted 10 months ago
Practical and full of great tips.
I would have never discovered these suggestions on my own. He has brought to the light some of the powerful features in Logic that many of us probably don't utilize. Great tutorial!
I am a: Professional, Musician, Audio Engineer
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