Logic Pro X Training


We offer Logic Pro training to all masters students. This takes place over four days and at a time convenient to the group. At the end of the course, all students are expected to take the end user exam where you will become certified users of Logic Pro. The course is offered at no extra charge. Below describes course content:

Exploring the Software Interface and Working with Real Instruments

An Introduction to Desktop Production

  • Creating a Project
  • Exploring the Interface
  • Navigation
  • Building an Arrangement
  • Basic Mixing
  • Mixing Down to a Stereo File
  • Recording Audio
  • Setting up Digital Audio Recording
  • Recording a Single Track
  • Recording Additional Tracks
  • Punching In and Out
  • Changing Recording Settings
  • Deleting Unused Audio
  • Editing Audio
  • Assigning Mouse Tools
  • Editing Regions in the Arrangement
  • Comping Takes
  • Editing Regions in the Audio Editor
  • Aligning Audio

Working with Virtual Instruments

Producing a Virtual Drum Track

  • Creating a Drum Track
  • Arranging a Drum Track
  • Customising the Drum Kit
  • Recording MIDI and Using Controllers
  • Recording MIDI
  • Correcting the Timing of a MIDI Recording
  • Joining Recordings into a MIDI Region
  • Punching In and Out
  • Creating a Layered Sound Patch
  • Creating a Split Keyboard Patch
  • Creating and Editing MIDI
  • Creating MIDI Notes in the Piano Roll Editor
  • Creating MIDI Notes in the Score Editor
  • Importing a MIDI File
  • Editing MIDI Data in the Event List

Creating and Editing MIDI Continuous Controllers

Building a Song

  • Editing Pitch and Time
  • Setting a Project Tempo by Detecting the Tempo of a Recording
  • Using and Creating Loops
  • Creating Tempo Changes and Tempo Curves
  • Adding a Turntable or Tape Slow-Down Effect
  • Making One Track Follow the Groove of Another Track
  • Change the Playback Pitch and Speed with Varispeed
  • Editing the Timing of an Audio Region
  • Tuning Vocal Recordings
  • Editing an Arrangement
  • Previewing the Song
  • Copying Material to Fill in Parts
  • Rendering Multiple Regions
  • Adding and Deleting Sections
  • Cutting Regions to Remove Silence or Noise

Mixing and Automating a Song


  • Organising Windows and Tracks
  • Using the Amp Designer
  • Adjusting Levels and Pan
  • Submixing Tracks and Processing the Submix
  • Using the EQ Plug-In
  • Using Delay and Reverberation
  • Using Dynamic Processing Plug-ins
  • Automating the Mix
  • Creating and Editing Offline Automation
  • Recording Live Automation
  • Using MIDI Controllers
  • Bouncing the Mix

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