In this first video, Larry welcomes you and presents the overall vision of this video series.
See how to use Logic's Groove Track to extract the groove of a vintage drum break and apply it to a pattern generated by Logic's sequencer.
Continue looking at the Groove Track with recording drums with a MIDI keyboard and then live percussion recorded in the studio.
Next up, watch how to add a Drummer Track playing an electronic kit and a percussion drummer track adding in some extra parts that we haven't recorded.
In this video, explore how to take sounds from a previous project and add them into the current arrangement by adding them to the Apple loops library. These are then key mapped to ensure they transpose to the key of our project.
Now it's time to add some chords to the track which we do using a combination of Chord Trigger and Transposer to create a "fool proof" patch for adding a solid harmony to the arrangement.
In this video, discover how to use Logic Pro's Transposer MIDI effect to create a bassline using a jazzy double bass patch. The Transposer ensures our jamming remains within the key of the track.
Next up, see how to use a combination of MIDI FX plug-ins to create a "generative" harp part which allows Logic to take care of the melody generation while we choose parts that work within the track.
Now watch how to add in a Modulator allowing you to modulate the filter section of an Autofilter which we place on the harp sound, which is then tweaked and printed as MIDI.
In this video, see how to use the Arpeggiator and Transposer alongside the MIDI keyboard to "hit" notes and always remain in key! This is a very simple way to approach melody creation.
Watch how to use Logic's Piano Roll with scale quantize and the brush tool to draw in melodies without being able to input a wrong note or a note outside the scale. Then see how to draw in a visual representation of the scale you are working within to make drawing melodies even easier.
Next up, explore how to create a B section for your track with different chords. In order to achieve this, we return to the chords to play in some harmonic variations, and also add a bassline which follows these new chords. Then see how to call upon the Apple loops library to add some extra color to the arrangement.
In this video, discover how to "sample" the arrangement of a reference track and add it into Logic's Arrangement track. We use this to populate the track sections with the content we have created. Then see how to use the Arrangement Track to audition different arrangement ideas.
Last up, learn how to use Logic's Drummer Track with no individual kit pieces selected to auto-generate drum fills for us. We use this to create drum fills with different drum sounds including electronic presets. See how!
Logic wiz Larry Holcombe presents detailed Logic Pro video tutorials! Watch and see how come up with new ideas, parts and performances using numerous features and functions in Logic Pro, that all work together in the same key and tempo. No music theory knowledge is required to use these tips, techniques and hacks, and the methods shown result in interesting and creative new parts that you can use for your songs and productions. The Logic project and audio files that are used in the videos are included via the course extras link so you can follow along with your Logic system! These videos are designed for those who already have an understanding of Logic Pro.
Larry welcomes you and presents the overall vision for this video series, and then jumps right in showing you how to extract the groove from a vintage drum break using the Groove Track and apply it to a pattern generated by Logic’s sequencer. Then you'll see how to add sounds from different projects to the Apple loops library and keymap them to ensure they transpose to the key of the new project. Then you'll learn how to add chords to the track using a combination of Chord Trigger and Transposer to create a “fool proof” patch for adding a solid harmony to the arrangement.
The baseline is next, and Larry shows you how to use Logic Pro’s Transposer MIDI effect to create a cool bassline using a jazzy double bass patch, all while ensuring your jamming remains within the key of the track. Moving on, Larry teaches you how to use a combination of MIDI FX plug-ins to create a “generative” harp part which allows Logic to take care of the melody generation, while you choose parts that work within the track.
Throughout the rest of the videos you'll explore and discover tons of ways to automatically generate and spice up your parts and arrangements by using Logic Pro features such as the powerful Modulator, Transposer, Arpeggiator, and Scale Quantize. You'll also see how to create harmonic variations, alternate arrangements, auto-generate drum fills and more.
To see what these comprehensive Logic Pro production video tutorials show you, and how you'll be able to auto-generate interesting and creative rhythms, parts and arrangements quickly and easily, see the individual Logic Pro tutorial descriptions on this page. Add fresh ideas and creation techniques today... Watch "Logic Pro: Production & Theory Hacks" now.
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