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Logic Pro X Score Editor Explained® Vol 3

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16 Videos | Length: 1hr 46min 30sec
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Chapter 1 : View

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    Duration Bars & Guides

    The menu items for each of these features are demonstrated.

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    Explode Folders & Explode Polyphony

    These two menu items are demonstrated.

Chapter 2 : Mapped Instrument for Drums

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    Drum Mapping Pt. 1

    This video covers the mapped staff style and shows how to create a mapped instrument and assign it to a track.

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    Drum Mapping Pt. 2

    The parameters of the Mapped Instrument window are shown, as well as how the notation parameters affect the display of the Staff Style.

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    Drum Mapping Pt. 3

    Explore the interaction between the Mapped Instrument window and the Staff Styles window for the layout of notes on the Mapped Drum Staff Style.

Chapter 3 : Create a Lead Sheet

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    Creating a Lead Sheet Pt. 1

    How to enter, edit and align chords. Adding rhythmic figures in the Lead Sheet staff style is also shown.

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    Creating a Lead Sheet Pt. 2

    You can repeat sections of a lead sheet for a linear form with the help of markers.

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    Creating a Lead Sheet Pt. 3

    This video demonstrates formatting the layout and adding D.S. and Coda signs.

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    Creating a Lead Sheet Pt. 4

    How to Add Global and Local Text.

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    Creating a Lead Sheet Pt. 5

    Learn the techniques needed to add lyrics.

Chapter 4 : Create an Orchestra Template

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    Creating an Orchestra Template Pt. 1

    Explore naming and coloring tracks, adding instrument icons and organizing instrument families with Track Stacks.

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    Creating an Orchestra Template Pt. 2

    This video covers page set up and setting up staff styles and score sets for the instruments.

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    Creating an Orchestra Template Pt. 3

    Refine a Score score set via formatting global settings, numbers and names, time signatures and saving as a template.

Chapter 5 : Score to Parts

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    Four Part Score to Parts

    Take a four part piano score and quickly convert it to parts.

Chapter 6 : Guitar Notation

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    Guitar Notation

    How to enter and edit chord grids, making standard notation and tablature look similar.

Chapter 7 : Print & Export to MusicXML

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    Print & MusicXML

    This video reviews page set up and layout, then goes into viewing and saving as PDF files, and exporting as a MusicXML.

Product Overview


Logic Score Editor guru Doug Zangar finishes his three-part Logic Pro X Score Editor Explained series with these in-depth video tutorials covering Mapped Instruments for Drums, Creating a Lead Sheet, Creating an Orchestral Template, Converting a Score to Individual Parts, Exporting your Score in MusicXML Format, and more!

Doug picks up right where he left off in volume 2, covering some important View menu items such as Duration Bars, Guides, and how to Explode folders and polyphony. Then he dives right into Drum Mapping, teaching you about the mapped staff style and showing you the interaction between the Mapped Instrument window and the Staff Styles window.

Next, Doug thoroughly demonstrates how to create a lead sheet, from entering editing and aligning chords, to formatting the layout and adding text and lyrics. You’ll be able to get fully professional lead sheets, ready to hand out to other musicians, right in Logic Pro!

Doug now shows you how to build an orchestral template, starting with best practices for naming and coloring tracks. He then explains how to set up your pages, staff styles, and score sets, as well as how to refine them and save the template.

Additionally, Doug covers some advanced techniques for making standard notation and guitar tablature look similar, and finally, shows you how to view, print, and save PDF and industry standard MusicXML files.

If you use the Logic Pro X Score Editor, complete your training with the final series, “Logic Pro X Score Editor Vol. 3 Explained”!


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Logic Pro X Score Editor Explained® Vol 3 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 6 .
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very Helpful Learned the new logic Score Editor here.
Date published: 2020-06-09
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from SUPER CHARGED¡ I have finished volume 3 of the series "Logic Pro X Score Editor Explained. All that I can say, is that in these three courses, you will be taught all there is to know about the powerful features of the score editor. Once finished, you will be knowledgable enough to use and create amazing scores. Amazing.
Date published: 2019-09-17
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from only one word: perfect thats the way teachers should be: always on the point, no stuttering or stumbling around... everything thought clearly and easy to understand. Thanks, Doug, as always -I learned a lot!
Date published: 2018-02-18
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Logic Score Editor vol. 3 Life-saver, time-saver and a great boost to my knowledge of this part of Logic (which is not even the DAW I regurarly use). Fast but deep and efficient learning.
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Superb! A time-saver plus a lot of these things are pretty much impossible to find out on your own.
Date published: 2016-07-06
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from I just love this series Once again. I use logic since 1993 and still there is never enough to learn about it! Well done!!!
Date published: 2016-06-22
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