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Logic Pro X Know-How: Markers

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    Tutorial 1

    Introduction

    1:48

    A quick look at Logics different types of Markers and where you can view them.

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    Tutorial 2

    Creating Markers

    5:47

    There a lot of ways to create markers. Round to the bar, beat or absolute playhead location.

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    Tutorial 3

    Marker Sets

    3:04

    Creating and editing of marker sets are covered.

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    Tutorial 4

    Name & Color Markers

    5:45

    Explore the different methods to name markers and use the color palette to color them.

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    Tutorial 5

    Copy, Resize & Lock Markers

    7:02

    This videos covers copy and paste, changing the start and end positions and locking both markers and the global Marker track.

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    Tutorial 6

    Navigating with Markers

    5:48

    You can navigate via key commands, using the pointer with modifiers and with using a meta event.

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    Tutorial 7

    Movie Scene Markers

    7:39

    Go through the various selection methods used to define the Scene Marker creation range and learn how to convert between Standard Markers and Movie Scene Markers.

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    Tutorial 8

    Arrangement Markers

    9:00

    Creating, editing and copying are covered. Conversion between Standard Markers and Arrangement Markers is also demonstrated.

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    Tutorial 9

    Import Markers From Project

    1:53

    Use Logics Import feature to import a Marker track from one project to another.

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    Tutorial 10

    Markers From Audio Files

    2:43

    Learn how to remove and add marker information to the audio header. Import the file into a new project and extract the marker information from the audio file.

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    Tutorial 11

    Markers From MIDI Files

    2:02

    Use a Standard MIDI File to move markers to another project.

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    Tutorial 12

    Movie Chapter Markers

    0:49

    Extract chapter markers from a QT movie imported into Logic.

The Logic wiz Doug Zangar returns, this time with a Know-How series on the powerful Marker features in Logic Pro X! These in-depth video tutorials will show you how Markers make recording, editing and navigating in LPX, way more efficient and fun.

Doug starts off with an overview of the different types of Markers found in Logic Pro X, then its off to Marker school, where youll learn how to create Markers and Marker Sets, as well as how to Copy, Resize and Lock Markers.

Moving on, Doug now reveals how to Navigate with Markers, utilize Movie Markers, and create and edit Arrangement Markers, supercharging your Logic Pro X workflow.

Importing Markers from other projects and editing audio file Marker information is then covered, as well as super-techie info, like using a Standard MIDI File to move markers to other projects!

If youre a Logic Pro X user, Markers are indispensable and will enhance your writing and production experience ten fold. Check out Logic Pro X Know How: Markers today.

Sathya
Submitted 7 months ago

Very nice explanations

Useful tips and helps everyone to understand more about the importance of markers. Especially the arrangment markers are the ones which was unclear all these years

I am a: Producer, Audio Engineer, Musician, Sound Designer, Beat Maker, Sound for Film/TV

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miqs
Submitted 7 months ago

Highly usable Tips and Tricks

Got a huge amount of additional info I haven't even been thinking of before.


Atmint
Submitted 7 months ago

Logic Pro X KNOW HOW:MARKERS

Love the 'Know How' Series - Short-sharp-concise- with depth.- Doug Zangar has done it again. Combined with Eli Krantzberg's Tutorials - is all I need to learn fast - much better then analog learning!

I am a: Professional, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV

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nelsonoslen
Submitted 7 months ago

Nice way to master markers.

Learning about markers makes it so much easer in the production of my music. This course has taught me what I need to get my projects up and running using markers.

I am a: Musician

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1. When did you start dabbling in music?

I started playing a bit of guitar and piano in the mid-60’s as a small child. Nothing really stuck until my first electric guitar and ensuing garage band in high school. By my last year of high school I was studying jazz guitar and the music bug had bitten.

2. What training have you had?

I went on to get a BFA in music (magna cum laude) from Cornish College of the Arts, emphasizing jazz guitar. Faculty at that time included Gary Peacock, Art Lande and Marius Nordal. I also completed the Pacific Northwest Film Scoring Program, where I studied with Hummie Mann. Additionally, I have become a certified trainer for Apple’s Logic Pro software on versions 6, 7, and 8.

3. When did you get into recording?

My first home recording gear was purchased in the mid ‘80s. It consisted of a Tascam Porta One and a Roland 505 drum machine. By the late 80’s the Atari 1040 ST and Logic’s predecessor, Notator 2.0 were purchased. Digital audio didn’t arrive at the home studio until the early ‘90’s, with Digidesign’s Session 8.

4. People you have worked with/for?

My professional career has included working with Pavarotti, Vic Damone and Diahann Carroll. I have written music for commercials on television and radio and scored independent films. Studio work includes performing on as well as arranging and producing many CD projects. I have also helped many Seattle area musicians work with Logic.

5. Why are you so good at training people?

I draw from my formal education, 4 years of running the Seattle Logic User Group, over 20 years of teaching music at the community college level and 30 years real-world experience working in the music business to give you a lot of insights and tips and tricks on how to use Logic to help create and refine your work.

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Logic Pro X Know-How: Markers is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very nice explanations Useful tips and helps everyone to understand more about the importance of markers. Especially the arrangment markers are the ones which was unclear all these years
Date published: 2016-09-04
Rated 4.0 out of 5 by from Highly usable Tips and Tricks Got a huge amount of additional info I haven't even been thinking of before.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Logic Pro X KNOW HOW:MARKERS Love the 'Know How' Series - Short-sharp-concise- with depth.- Doug Zangar has done it again. Combined with Eli Krantzberg's Tutorials - is all I need to learn fast - much better then analog learning!
Date published: 2016-08-19
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Nice way to master markers. Learning about markers makes it so much easer in the production of my music. This course has taught me what I need to get my projects up and running using markers.
Date published: 2016-08-19