Logic Pro is a huge application and even seasoned users are constantly learning new things about how it works. And that's before you've even got to the changes that get introduced in updates! In this short video from the course Logic Pro FastTrack 302: 10.3x Workflow Tips, Logic Expert David Earl shares some of his expert tips regarding the workflow tricks and techniques that have been introduced since version 10.3. So even experienced users will find something new!
After running through some zooming and naming tricks, David delves into Track Stacks and other interface features. Then he gets to the meat of the tutorial: how to export stems using Elements. Elements are essentially text-based tags that you can add in custom chains to include all kinds of metadata when exporting stems. Project name, bar range, year of production and more. It's a great way to batch insert information into your exported stems for easier management later. Check out the rest of the videos in this course for more invaluable workflow tips.
Logic Pro FastTrack 302: 10.3x Workflow Tips
It’s no secret: Logic is a deep software … so deep that most users barely scratch the surface of what can be done with it. And since Apple introduces new features with every update, the learning process is literally never ending! In this course, Apple Certified Trainer David Earl covers fresh new features to help you save time and focus on what’s really important: the music!
From organization and archiving tips to mixing and creative techniques (like mid-side processing, true stereo panning, and new ways to use the Modulator MIDI FX), Logic Pro expert David Earl explains it all. You discover new ways to sidechain, tips for dealing with plugin latency, and what selection-based processing really is and how to use it. David also shows you some neat Apple Loops tricks and shares essential key commands you probably didn't know existed!
So don’t wait! Join sflogicninja David Earl in this 18-tutorial course, and quickly supercharge your Logic workflow ... the FastTrack™ way!