Going Pro with Logic Pro 9

Going Pro with Logic Pro 9

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By (author) Jay Asher

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  • Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
  • Format: Paperback | 208 pages
  • Dimensions: 186mm x 232mm x 18mm | 476g
  • Publication date: 16 April 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Clifton Park
  • ISBN 10: 1435455630
  • ISBN 13: 9781435455634
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations, figures
  • Sales rank: 501,075

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Logic Pro is arguably the number-one digital audio workstation among professional musicians and composers, at home in both professional and project studios worldwide. "Going Pro with Logic Pro 9" is an expert level book that addresses the needs of the professional Logic user. This book picks up where the manual leaves off, guiding you from customizing setups of Logic Pro 9 for workflow enhancement, through the recording and editing processes, to preparing final delivery media, dropping power-user tips and tricks throughout the process. Topics covered include building custom mixers; designing templates; organizing your sound palette; dealing with third-party software, applications, and hardware, such as UAD cards and the Akai MPC3000; mixing tips; mastering tips; and, much more.

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Setup/template tips/methods. Building custom mixers that represent your entire set-up and complement your way of working. Designing templates that let you start making music right away. Custom screensets to support your workflow. Organizing your sound pallet so it's ready to play. Recording/composing tips/methods. Dealing with multi-computer set-ups. Accessing lots of memory to load large templates (even with older software instruments). The ins and outs of working with reference video and scoring inside Logic; Editing tips/methods. Creative ways of programming expressive parts. Mixing tips/methods. Finishing/bouncing/mastering tips/methods.

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Setup/template tips/methods. Building custom mixers that represent your entire set-up and complement your way of working. Designing templates that let you start making music right away. Custom screensets to support your workflow. Organizing your sound pallet so it's ready to play. Recording/composing tips/methods. Dealing with multi-computer set-ups. Accessing lots of memory to load large templates (even with older software instruments). The ins and outs of working with reference video and scoring inside Logic; Editing tips/methods. Creative ways of programming expressive parts. Mixing tips/methods. Finishing/bouncing/mastering tips/methods.