Do you want to know absolutely everything about mixing in Logic Pro X? The new macProVideo.com mixing masterclass by sflogicninja David Earl is, by far, the best Logic mixing course ever created!
One of the most impressive improvements in Logic Pro X is the addition of MIDI FX plug-ins, in particular the Arpeggiator. In this tutorial Darren Burgos reveals two ways to capture its actual output.
Bass amps are for bass players only? Nope! Kick open Logic Pro X and follow this excellent tutorial by Darren Burgos as he shows you how to use Bass Amp Designer in new and novel ways for synths.
How do you work with multi-timbral instruments in Logic Pro X? This is a common question and one that master Logic composer and trainer, Jay Asher, seeks to answer in this tutorial article.
If your mix is sounding a bit flat or instruments feel hidden away it's time to employ some top tips to give your tracks more punch! Darren Burgos shows how to do just that in Logic Pro X.
The jury is most definitely in about Logic Pro X, and the overall reaction is very positive. One of the areas to receive some love from Apple was the Score Editor! Peter Schwartz takes a closer look.
The new Track Stacks in Logic Pro now gives us instant access to easily create a layered sounds, synths and textures. In this tutorial, Mo Volans explores how to combine different tasty synth types.
Happy days for Logic Pro users. Not only did Apple prove a lot of doubters wrong with the release of Logic Pro X, they've also added two minor updates in the space of a month. Find out more...
New to Logic Pro X? You probably have some questions about one of the big new features: Track Stacks. Mo Volans explains the two types, shows how to use them both in the mix and when composing.
Whenever your favorite piece of software receives a major update, it’s usually the changes to the user interface that will at first delight or annoy you. Take a look at what's new in Logic Pro X.
So, you want to roundtrip between Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X? Good news: Logic Pro X now reads and writes FCPXML. Ben Balser shows three ways to get both these apps talking to each other.
Logic Pro X is 64-bit through and through without an audio unit bridge. Some users are dependent on 32-bit plug-ins like Sylenth, so in this tutorial Rounik Sethi shows how to run them in Logic Pro X.
Arpeggiating in Logic 9 used to be tricky. Logic Pro X changes that with easy to use yet incredibly powerful new MIDI FX plug-ins! Steve H show how to use the new Arpeggiator and download free patches
A frequently overlooked workflow enhancer in Logic Pro 9 is the Alias. These MIDI regions contain no actual data, they refer to another MIDI region or Folder and say “Look over there!"
Want to get arpeggiating in Logic Pro? There's two main ways to set this up inside Logic... but wait, with an iPad you can get hands-on thanks to StepPolyArp app. Darren Burgos shows how.