Do you think you know Logic Pro X? Think again. Watch Eddie Grey (Apple Certified T3 Trainer) dissect this program from the inside out. We guarantee that beginners and novices alike will learn a tremendous amount from this series. We highly recommend that all users first watch “An Absolute Beginners Guide to Logic Pro” to get comfortable with Logic Pro. We then recommend you to study and immerse yourself in Logic Pro 101 which is a more hands-on approach with many exercises to help you with your learning. After this, we highly recommend you graduate to watching “Become a Logic Pro Power User” which is a 10 Part series found here on Skillshare. Logic Pro X is the most advanced version of Logic ever. Sophisticated creative tools for professional songwriting, beat making, editing, and mixing are built around a modern interface that’s designed to get results quickly and also deliver more power whenever it’s needed. Logic Pro X includes a massive collection of instruments, effects, loops and samples, providing a complete toolkit to create amazing-sounding music.
•macOS 11 or later
•6GB of available storage space for minimum installation or 72GB of storage space for full Sound Library installation
Complete the PDF attached to this course to gain a clearer understanding of the basics of Logic Pro X. The instructions listed on the PDF are broken down by video and you will need the Logic Pro X DAW in order to complete these tasks. In order to complete the project, simply read the instructions for the video that you are watching and perform those instructions in your own Logic Project afterward. The instructions given will directly apply to what is being talked about in the video so be sure to take notes and finish the entire video first. Since this project is a list of text instructions to perform in another software program, use the Project Gallery to upload screenshots and to describe any issues you are running into when trying to complete the project.