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Introduction to Logic Pro X

by Dan Anderegg

Logic Pro X is a digital audio workstation that rivals any other out there. In this course, you'll learn all you need to start composing, recording, editing, producing, and sharing your music. Software required: Logic Pro X.

What you'll learn

Have you ever wanted to write, record, edit, and produce your own music? If so, Introduction to Logic Pro X is the perfect course for you; here you will learn to do just that in this state of the art digital audio workstation. First, you'll learn your way around the software. Next, you'll start laying down tracks and editing them. Finally, you'll mix, produce, and share your project. When you're finished with this course, you'll not only be proficient in Logic Pro X, but also you'll have learned some valuable tips and tricks that will make your workflow quicker and easier. Software required: Logic Pro X.

About the author

Dan Anderegg is a composer, professor of music technology, and an audio engineer. His music and recordings air on major US network television shows and short films. He holds a degree in piano performance and another in Film Music Production. He interned with the Emmy’s Foundation, and then began assisting composers and writing music for them in Los Angeles before breaking out on his own.

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