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Making Music with Logic Pro This Book Introduces All The Features Of Apple Logic, But Never Loses Sight Of Your Objective Using The Program To Make Great Music Apple Logic Is Often Considered To Be A Complicated Program, But By Taking A Step By Step Logical Approach, The Book Makes It Easy To Use The Program S Features To The FullIt Describes The Installation Of The Program, Gives A Practical Introduction To Setting Up And Using Logic And Leads You Through Your First Recording It Describes How To Use The Arrange Page, The Event List, Matrix, Audio And Hyper Editors And How To Use The Score Editor To Print Out Your MusicThere Are Sections On Audio And MIDI Recording And Editing, Mixing, Virtual Instruments And Effects, Mastering, Effects Plug Ins And Audio Processing There Are Chapters On Choosing And Using MIDI And Audio Interfaces And Choosing The Right HardwareIn Short It S All You Need To Get Up And Running With Apple Logic Stephen Bennett Is A Composer And Post Production Engineer Who Uses Logic Every Day This Is The Book He Wishes Had Been Available When He First Got To Grips With The Fascinating Software That Is Logic


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5 thoughts on “Making Music with Logic Pro

  1. says:

    Great


  2. says:

    This book was a set book for my Uni course it s probably great if you have Logic Pro 8, but for Logic Pro 9 it is outdated, so I purchased a up to date book.


  3. says:

    If you are looking to use MIDI with Logic Pro or Logic Express, this book will be extremely helpful Almost all of the meaty, in depth sections are centered around software instrument manipulation, significant in depth information about MIDI sends and the like For this type of purpose, the book is pretty good.If you re interested in dealing with real instruments piped in guitars, microphone based sound, and other analog inputs , the book is very thin.The book


  4. says:

    You would think that since the author is a composer, that this book would be helpful to composers I am beginning a graduate film scoring program, and I bought this book to help teach myself Logic, but now I will just have to pay someone to teach it to me Although there is a good bit of discussion of MIDI, the book doesn t really explain anything it gives you just enough information to see what kinds of things are possible, and that s it Seriously, the manual that com


  5. says:

    For the price, this book may serve you well as a reference to using Logic But if you need something to help you climb the learning curve, look elsewhere.There are lots of useful pointers and explorations of major features They are illustrated with low contrast grey screenshots Further, the book is not organized for newcomers Briefly, it s a catalog, not a textbook.On the other hand you could spend a lot and not do much better because the other books aren t much better.


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