Logic Pro 9 Tutorials

This series of video tutorials demonstrate how to use Logic Pro 9.

1. The Basics – Getting to Know Logic Pro: This tutorial looks at the various windows and their functions that come with Logic Pro. Some of these windows include the arrange, mixer, sample editor, piano roll, hyper editor and many more.

2. Transport & Inspector Bar: This tutorial looks at the Transport and Inspector Bar, which focuses on features like channel strips, adding plug-ins, sending to buses and also buttons like play, record, metronome and low latency.

3. Tools: This tutorial looks at all the Tools that come with with Logic Pro. Some of these Tools include the Pointer, Pencil, Scissor, Automation and Flextime.

4. Plug-ins: This video tutorial looks in depth at 6 of Logic’s essential plug-ins. They are the Compressor, Channel EQ, Chorus, Flanger, Space Designer and finally Tape Delay.

5. Software Instruments: This tutorial looks in depth at the ES1 Synthesizer and the EXS-24 Sampler.

11 thoughts on “Logic Pro 9 Tutorials

  1. Awesome tutorials, have just decided to move from Ableton to Logic for producing and these tutorials were exactly what i needed thanks!

  2. Thank you, I have just been looking for info approximately this topic for ages and yours is the greatest I have came upon so far. However, what about the conclusion? Are you certain concerning the source?

  3. Cheers man. These tutorials are excellent for getting me started in logic. I do have a problem however and was looking for some advice from you or from anyone really. I seem to have trouble opening up software instruments such as the ES1 and ESX24. I’m guessing it has something to do with the kind of audio track you create? I’m clicking on the I/O area like you were to get it but nothing happens. Any help is appreciated.

  4. scratch that got it figured out. Just need to get used to such an extensive program. Anyways, thanks alot for these tutorials, it’s the reason i bought logic. Apple should pay you!

  5. Greeat tutorials ,one of the few where you take your time explaining what to do , some others just jump from one thing to another so you have to keep going back ,but very well explained ,thanks.

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