Start with a new template, add audio, global marker tracks and an Aux channel strip. Color both the channel strips and markers. Audition loops, put in place for a temporary drum track.
Add drum fill loops and create custom fills and hits. Explore how to edit Apple loops in the Arrange window and why they're difficult to edit in the Sample Editor.
Convert Apple Loops into an AIFF audio file and adjust its tempo to the Project tempo using Logic's Time Machine feature. Open the loop in the Sample Editor to create cuts and explore how the anchor works.
Add Match EQ to the drum tracks and a compressor to the Aux channel strip that is functioning as the master strip for the drum tracks. Learn to tempo adjust loops and use the Groove Template feature to create MIDI quantize templates from the audio drum loops.
Learn to Pack folders, set up a software instrument using the library to audition sounds and talk about the difference in MIDI velocity versus volume.
Record and edit a MIDI bass part. Learn to use take folders and Autopunch in the recording process. Editing includes creating a comp take, using the Piano Roll editor and using a groove template to quantize the bass to an audio drum loop.
See how to setup and record a melody with electric guitar. Explore Guitar Amp Pro and its channel strip settings. More about Take folders and comping/quick swipe features. Editing includes Strip Silence and quantizing audio regions to make the guitar part groove.
More about the Strip silence feature, adjusting anchors and quantizing audio. See how to pack a take folder and pitch shift notes instead of re-recording them.
See how to edit MIDI keyboard using various techniques in the piano roll and score editors.
Learn how to create a lead sheet for your arrangement.
Learn more about creating a lead sheet for your performance.
This video guides you through the process of preparing and setting up to record a sax part.
This video guides you through the process of editing the sax recording that was done in the previous video.
Explore signal flow, solving latency issues, adding effects, and how to edit recorded vocals that are packed in Take Folders.
Discover Logic’s Pitch Correction plug-in and how to creatively use it on vocals as well as utilizing crafty automation tricks to optimize it’s performance.
Learn basic mixing ideas and techniques as well as some specific steps taken and applied to this project’s mix.
See how to use Logic’s fantastic mastering plug-ins on the final mix to address phasing issues and to balance and optimize the mix so it’s as loud as commercially bought CD’s and more.
Doug wraps up the session by giving pointers and a basic overview of the session as well as playback of the entire production.
Compatible with Logic 8 & 9, this series presented by Apple Certified Logic Trainer Doug Zangar will give you a "behind the scenes" look at how a true Logic master builds a song from the ground up in Logic.
From laying down drums, bass, guitar, using virtual instruments and effects, vocal tracking, editing and comping, to mixing the track and everything in between, you owe yourself a look at this collection if you use Logic 8. Many new Logic 8 features and functions, keyboard shortcuts as well as customization tips and tricks are revealed in this exciting new Logic video series.
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