Learning how to organize your projects and files is crucial when working with Logic Pro. This course, designed and led by certified trainer Joshua Carney, is full of time-saving tips to help you optimize your workflow with Logic. Watch now... and be sure to download the included templates files that come with the course!
Time is precious... Thankfully, there are so many ways to speed up your Logic Pro workflow and save you both time and money. This course is all about boosting your Logic organization skills and making you a better Logic user. There's something for everyone here: songwriters, producers, film composers, musicians, audio engineers... So be sure to watch this course, and don't forget to download the included templates files that come with the course!
This 23-tutorial course covers so many important topics. You get a clear understanding of Logic's file structure and the different ways to save your projects. You discover how to optimize system performance and avoid those annoying System Overload messages. You learn to create and save your own custom channel strip settings and build complex multi-instruments. You discover how to customize your own templates for different types of projects, including recording, mixing and mastering. Smart Controls, reamping, recovering corrupted projects, and more topics are also covered.
So join in now because trainer, producer and certified trainer Joshua Carney is about to change the way you work with Logic. If you're passionate about Apple's Logic Pro, this course is not to be missed!
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Sid wrote on September 14, 2021
Good course with a lot of background information to help facilitate workflow. Many practical tips on optimizing your computer, files, channel strips, etc. Highly recommended.
Neil Gilmartin wrote on September 14, 2021
Christmas has come early this year!
Josh has put together a course that helps to solve many of the unexpected problems I ran into when creating my first project in Logic Pro. These include whether to save your project as a folder or package and what the difference between them is, or how to ensure that your sends get saved together with the main channel strips when bouncing files as you move from production to mixing. More generally, the idea of creating templates to speed up your workflow when creating multiple songs in the same style is definitely something I'll be taking advantage of from now on.
So why did I say that Christmas has come early? Well, Josh has also included a whole series of downloadable templates and channel strip settings that you can literally take and start using right away in your own Logic projects. Boom!