Do you know all the features that are integrated into Quick Swipe comping? How about the difference between loops, copies and clones and when they are best deployed? What about the efficiency of Edit Groups and all the ways you can compress and expand audio in the Main window? Then, there’s “pocketing” drums using Logic Pro’s Phased Locked audio feature. These tips and more are injected directly into your brain, fast, in this laser-focussed course by Booker Edwards.
Logic Pro is often considered the DAW that you use to create music rather than edit and mix. But that’s truly a myth. Apple and the whole Logic team have been adding more and more advanced audio editing features every chance they get. We believe that Logic is now on par or even more advanced than its old friend Pro Tools! And this course will prove it!
So watch this FastTrack™ course by Booker Edwards and quickly learn the secrets of advanced audio editing in Logic Pro!
Very good. Used logic long time as hobby, and cleared up lots of time wasting and confusion.
Bart W. wrote on April 27, 2017
Love the way Booker breaks down all this information. Very clear and concise train of thought makes it extremely simple and easy to understand. Thank you!
Jonathan wrote on December 18, 2016
Some useful audio editing tips to think about, as well as a handful of useful key commands. Thanks, Booker.
Babz wrote on September 18, 2016
Great course, gave some great tips and made it easy to understand.Took a lot away with me.
Dv8ter wrote on June 29, 2016
Good course, filled in my knowledge on groups and phase locking audio which should make timing up jam sessions a great deal easier.
Magic Fingers wrote on June 13, 2016
Great set of videos... Quick, to the point, and easy to follow. I was about to invest some time into learning how to edit in another popular DAW. Between having many clients that use other DAWS, and my thirst to know all that I can, it seemed like the right thing to do. Logic has been my DAW of choice since Version 8, and I do everything in Logic, and also use Mainstage for live performance. Recording, and editing just got even easier with the newest 10.2.3 update, and now this video series! I am excited for more follow up videos in this series. No reason to go running to other DAWs for specific recording and editing needs. I'm confident that Logic Pro X can handle the job in the same time frame that it takes other DAWs to utilize the same related features. 5 Stars!
Mark Dalrymple wrote on June 2, 2016
This course is spectacular. Its exactly the right level for me - I kind of know what's going on, but there are details and power-user features I wasn't aware of. Booker's also an awesome instructor - fun to listen to and easy to understand.
Please keep these coming.