Learn Advanced Logic Pro X Score Skills From An Industry Professional

Build on your knowledge of Logic's scoring tools with this series of advanced lectures from an experienced professional Logic user and composer.  

Logic Pro X is one of the most widely used DAWs when it comes to scoring both at intermediate and professional levels of music production. But scoring can also be complex, taking in the worlds of music theory and composition as well as MIDI and programming. Luckily, Peter Schwartz is here with a series of four comprehensive, advanced level lectures that will be delivered live in realtime to subscribers and will give you an excellent grounding in the details of using Logic's scoring tools. You will be able to ask questions and send Logic projects to Peter for discussion and review. Time permitting, additional topics will be covered other than those listed below.

Lecture 1 begins on Monday February 5th, 2018 at 2:00 pm (PT) / 10pm (UK) / 11pm (CET) and places are strictly limited! Click here to enroll and get all live lectures in this series for just $299.99. 

Lecture 1 Outline


• Recorded Part to Score Translation: What to Expect
• The Bravura Font
• The score page “Canvas” and the influence of the Paper Size Setting
• Linear, Wrapped, and Page Views
• Review of Score Editor-specific Tools
• Key Commands Overview (including CMD and OPT)
• Staff Styles and Auto Style
• Orchestral Score Considerations
• Time Signature Operations, Setting Special Beat Divisions, & User Rests
• Temporary Clefs
• Adding and Deleting Special Barlines
• Q & A

About This Course 

This is an advanced course in the Score Editor offering at least 4 hours of live instruction plus 4 hours of on-demand training covering many aspects of a highly specialized and detailed aspect of Logic’s operation - namely scoring your own songs using musical notation. Students should already have a firm understanding of the basics of notation and music theory to successfully complete this course.

Enrol here to take advantage of this advanced Logic lecture series. 

Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance w... Read More

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