In this short series, Toby Pitman explores how the best Hollywood composers convey emotion in their musical scores. Part 1 (of 3), focuses in on the Lydian scale.
Having made significant inroads into music, spatial audio is poised to revolutionize storytelling.
Want to mix in Dolby Atmos for Apple Music's Spatial Audio? Read this!
There's more to live loops in Logic X than you might realise. Maytt Vanacoro shares advanced tips with you here.
Most DAW nowadays incorporate time-shifting features, but not all include pitch-shifting capabilities. Logic does, with several tools for manipulating pitch for both corrective and creative purposes.
Pro musician, producer and trainer, Matt Vanacoro, shares his top 5 quantizing tips for fellow Logic Pro producers. And these go beyond MIDI.
Get smart next time you're working with audio files in Logic Pro ... and avoid these mistakes that could set you back big time.
Logic Pro X's Sampler is a complete redesign of the classic EXS24 software instrument. Joe Albano details six of the best new features every producer should know about.
While Apple's GarageBand is a very powerful and capable digital audio workstation in its own right, here's seven reasons why you might wish to see it as a stepping stone to Logic Pro X.
Live Looping gives Logic users access to cell-based production and live performance possibilities, similar to Ableton Live and Bitwig Studio. Matt Vanacoro shows how easy it is to get started.
Classic analog audio hardware is highly desired to add warmth and character to tracks. Joe Albano shows how to use Logic Pro X's included plug-ins to good effect.
Harness the power of Logic's Scripter plug-in to generate beats and melodies. But don't worry - no coding knowledge is required. Here's how it works.
You can save lots of time in Logic by making efficient use of its powerful system of patches and settings, recalling whole setups in an instant. Joe Albano shows you how it's done.
Alchemy is one of the flagship synths in Apple's Logic Pro X. Here, Matt Vanacoro reveals some of its hidden depths and shows you how to use it at the next level.
Logic now has new instruments in the Library that include Articulation Sets. In this tutorial, Jay Asher shows you how to achieve more natural sounding orchestral parts for any MIDI instrument.