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Mastering Logic 7

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Mastering Logic 7
macProVideo.com Mastering Logic 7 Tutorial

Mastering Logic 7 is the flagship training program here at macProVideo.com.

There's a simple fact about Logic: it's the simplest and most intuitive audio editor on the market! But like all software, you can't jump in running. To understand Logic, you need a guiding hand.

Martin Sitter designed and authored Apple's Level 1 Logic training. Based largely on routines developed for the classroom, Martin opens Logic to students in ways that only an expert educator can.

But don't trust us, trust others like you. If you really want to know what this program is like, read the reviews ... they really are the best indicator!

Chapter 1: Exploring the Workspace
Section 1: CREATING AN AUTOLOAD SONG
01: Setting Up Logic
02: Configuring Tracks
03: Choosing a Driver
04: Choosing a Sampling Rate
05: Zooming In & Out
06: Using the Transport
07: Saving an Autoload Song

Section 2: LOGIC BASICS
08: Opening a Song
09: Enabling the Transport Panel
10: Exploring the Arrange Window
11: Creating Cycle Regions
12: Using Skip Cycle Mode
13: Controlling Cycle Mode Playback
14: Toolbox Tricks
15: The Primary and Secondary Tools
16: Importing Audio Files
17: Stereo Vs Mono Tracks

Section 3: USING PLUG-INS
18: Inserting DSP Effects
19: Bypassing DSP Effects
20: Adjusting Track Volume
21: Audio Instrument Overview
22: Monitoring MIDI input
23: Using the Caps Lock Keyboard

Section 4: USING KEY COMMANDS
24: Using Key Commands
25: Using MIDI Key Commands

Section 5: USING SCREENSETS
26: Erasing Key Commands
27: Screensets Overview
28: Creating Custom Screensets
29: Copying, Pasting, and Locking Screensets

Section 6: FINISHING A PROJECT
30: Saving the Project
31: Bouncing Your Song
32: Bouncing for the Web

Chapter 2: Using Apple Loops
Section 1: WORKING WITH TEMPO
33: Adjusting Songs to Region Tempo
34: Adjusting Regions to Song Tempo
35: Choosing a Time Machine Algorithm

Section 2: CREATING YOUR OWN APPLE LOOPS
36: Opening the Apple Loop Utility
37: Setting Loop Info
38: Adjusting Loop Transients
39: Saving the Apple Loop
40: Finding the Apple Loop Utility

Section 3: USING THE LOOP BROWSER
41: Installing Apple Loop Collections
42: Using the Loop Browser
43: Using Favorites
44: Sorting Loops in the Loop Browser
45: Adding Blue Apple Loops
46: Adding Green Apple Loops

Section 4: REPEATING AND LOOPING AUDIO REGIONS
47: Copying Objects
48: Repeat Objects
49: Using Aliases
50: Looping Objects
51: Working with Loops and Aliases
52: Using the Undo History

Section 5: USING GLOBAL TRACKS
53: Using the Global Tempo Track
54: Using Tempo Alternatives
55: Using the Global Transposition Track

Chapter 3: Editing Audio and MIDI
Section 1: USING THE AUDIO WINDOW
56: Importing into the Audio Window
57: Dragging Audio Files into the Arrangement
58: Adding Multiple Audio Files
59: Audio Window Tricks
60: Working with Sampling Rates

Section 2: EDITING REGIONS
61: Trimming Using the Arrow Tool
62: Cutting Using the Scissors Tool
63: Cutting Using Function Commands
64: Using the Glue Tool

Section 3: PACKING FOLDERS
65: Packing a Folder
66: Unpacking a Folder

Section 4: SETTING ANCHOR POINTS
67: Cleaning-Up the Audio Window
68: Exploring Anchor Points in the Audio Window
69: Setting Anchor Points in the Sample Editor
70: Setting the Audition Channel

Section 5: CREATING FADES
71: Creating Fades
72: Creating Cross Fades
73: Fine-Tuning Fades

Section 6: Editing MIDI Data
74: Opening the Matrix Editor
75: Exploring the Matrix Editor
76: Editing Notes in the Matrix Editor
77: Editing Notes with a MIDI Keyboard
78: Quantizing MIDI Data
79: Transposing MIDI

Section 7: USING HYPERDRAW
80: Using HyperDraw
81: HyperDraw Curves (Logic Pro Only)
82: HyperDraw Wrap-Up

Chapter 4: Recording Tracks
Section 1: SETTING UP TO RECORD
83: Configuring Recorded Files
84: Using Software Monitoring
85: Setting the I/O Buffer size
86: Specifying a Record Path
87: Changing the Record Path
88: Choosing a Recording Time
89: Using the Metronome
90: Changing the Metronome's Sound
91: Creating A Count-In

Section 2: RECORDING AN AUDIO TRACK
92: Recording a Track
93: Selecting an Input
94: Recording through Effects
9 5: Using Replace Mode
96: Using Auto Drop
97: Punch Recording
98: Using Cycle Record
99: Trashing Unwanted Recordings

Section 3: RECORDING MIDI
100: Recording MIDI
101: Trouble-shooting MIDI Recording
102: Capture Last Take As Recording
103: MIDI Input Filtering
104: MIDI Thru Filtering
105: Step Recording MIDI

Chapter 5: Automating the Mix
Section 1: USING THE TRACK MIXER
106: Opening the Track Mixer
107: Filtering Tracks in the Track Mixer
108: Mixing in the Track Mixer

Section 2: CREATING A MIX
109: Adjusting Levels
110: Controlling Clipping
111: Using a Limiter
112: Using Sends
113: Using the Freeze Function
114: Finding Freeze Files

Section 3: AUTOMATING TRACKS
115: Static Track Automation Basics
116: Working with Static Automation
117: Automation Tricks
118: Moving Automation
119: Setting up for Live Automation
120: Exploring Automation Modes
121: Comparing Latch, Touch, and Write Modes
122: Final Automation Preferences

Section 4: AUTOMATING WITH MIDI CONTROLLERS
123: Using Automation Quick Access
124: Assigning Multiple MIDI Controllers
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