Course Description

Logic Pro X is used for music production, film scoring, and many other pro audio applications. Logic Pro X is also great for recording ideas quickly as it comes packed with a variety of software instruments like keyboards, synthesizers, drum machines, samplers, and effects.Our Logic Pro X online course will teach you to navigate the software, create musical arrangements, automate effects, and record audio and MIDI. You will learn to use software instruments like EXS24 Sampler and Ultrabeat while diving into mixing and mastering techniques too.If you are new to Logic Pro X, this course will help you nail down the fundamentals of music production in numerous genres. If you’re experienced with Logic Pro X, this course will help you accomplish your goals as an artist. Learn online in live classes with your instructor and a growing community of students!

You will learn:

  •  Interface Navigation
  • Learning Logic Language & Terms
  • Song Structure & Arrangement
  • Track Automation
  • MIDI Instruments
  • Using Plugins (Reverb, Delay, EQ, and Compression)
  • Software Instruments and Sound Design (Ultrabeat, Alchemy, Retro Synth)
  • Recording Audio & Acoustics
  • Using Audio Interfaces
  • Understanding Microphones
  • Flex Mode, Time Stretching, Pitch Shifting, and Processing FX
  • Importing & Exporting Files
  • Channel Bussing, Grouping, and Sends
  • Digital Mixing & Mastering Techniques

Logic Pro X Online – Sundays 3-5pm ET (starting November 15 – February 7) (CLOSED)

Logic Pro X Minimum System Requirements

  • Operating System: macOS 10.14.6 or later, not Windows compatible
  • 6GB of available storage space for minimum installation or 72GB of storage space for full Sound Library installation

An external hard drive to store libraries & projects:

Here’s the idea: your main computer drive is where your operating system, programs/applications, and plugins are installed. When you record, for instance, an Ableton or Logic session, the audio is being saved onto your main system hard drive. As you begin laying down tracks upon tracks, your system drive is not only operating the software and plug-ins, it is also trying to read and write audio on the same drive. Using your system drive alone may bring you performance problems that you can completely avoid by using an external hard drive.

Separate your internal system drive from the drive that you use for saving audio files. Designate a specific external hard drive as your “Audio Drive”. Whenever you create a new session, save it to your external drive instead. Now, when you record audio it will be writing to one drive while your system drive is free to run Ableton or Logic.

What I love about EMC is the quality of the instructors. They really give you a lot of detailed instructions while being patient and caring about our own pace of learning.

— Matt V.

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For more information about our courses, or if you’d like to speak to someone on our team, please use the form or give us a call at 646.747.0144.

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