Music Production in Logic Pro X The Complete Course

Join Successful Music Production + Logic Pro X students in Creating, Recording, Mixing Music + Mastering in Logic Pro X
Music Production in Logic Pro X The Complete Course
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Tomas George

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Last updated 12/2022

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Music Production in Logic Pro X The Complete Course

What you’ll learn

Learn how to set-up and navigate around Logic Pro X so you can learn to use this amazing piece of softare
Import and search Apple Loops to easily help you create you own music
Be able to record and edit MIDI Information easily and Quickly in Logic Pro X
Record your own audio in Logic Pro X
Avoid common pitfalls and mistakes in Music Production which other Logic Pro X users make
Understand mixing and mastering to help you make your songs sound professional
Learn how to build your own track from nothing
Improve your general skills in Music Production

Music Production in Logic Pro X The Complete Course

Requirements

Basic Music Skills
A Working Mac or MacBook
Logic Pro X Software
Basic Music Production Skills is desirable, but not necessary

Description

Start Creating and Producing Music with Logic Pro X!This course is all about Music Production in Logic Pro X, which is software for music composition and production for OS XWith over 50-hours of video, this music course is JAM PACKED with information to help you learn Logic Pro X and help you improve at Music ProductionLogic Pro X is the leading Digital Audio Work Station for Apple Mac users and it’s used across professional studios and bedrooms worldwide. Learning how to use your DAW correctly will dramatically improve the quality of your music and the speed you create itBROUGHT TO BY BEST-SELLING MUSIC PRODUCTION INSTRUCTOR TOMAS GEORGEIf you are looking for a course that will show you Music Production in Logic Pro X then this is the course for you!What makes me qualified to teach you?My name is Tomas and I have a MMus Masters Degree in Music Production and a BA(Hons) Degree in Music Composition. I’m also the creator of some of the world’s most popular music production courses – with over 290,000 students and thousands of 5-star reviews like these ones:Quick efficient, to the point. Solid information fed fast. Good work! – Mark C.This is an amazing course that provided much-needed clarification on what production is all about. The instructions were clear and Tomas is very engaging. Thank you – Catherine P.Tomas was clear and concise, really useful information for me to write down before I buy Logic Pro X so now I feel a lot less intimidated when opening logic for the first time tomorrow – Simon B.Very clear and concise, exactly what I was looking for. I also appreciate that I can watch things being done while they’re being explained. – Nikki G.My Promise to YouI am a full-time Music Producer and Educator. If you have any questions about the content or Music Production in general, then myself or a member of the Digital Music Masters team will get back to you as soon as possible.NOTE: This course is for Mac users only and you must have access to Logic Pro X and an Apple Mac to use it What is this Logic Pro X Course all about?In this course, you will gain a deep understanding of Logic Pro X and how to use it to create your own music. You’ll learn the beauty and the power of this software that’s used by professional producers todayThis course will cover such topics as: • Setting up Logic Pro X• Making music with Apple loops• Making music with Live Loops (Logic Pro 10.5 and above)• Making music with MIDI and software instruments• How to write your own Beats in Logic Pro X• How to use the Step Sequencer (Logic Pro 10.5 and above)• Learn how to use Different Synths and Samplers, such as Alchemy, Ultrabeat, Sculpture, Retro Synth, ES2 and the ESX24• Flex Time and Pitch• How to use the Drummer to help you quickly write drum parts• Recording audio• How to use the Sampler and Quick Sampler Instrument (Logic Pro 10.5 and above)• The Best Free 3rd Party Plugins and how to use them• Behind the Scenes Vocal Recording Workshops• Interviews with music industry professionals• and much more.We’ll take a deep dive into mixing such as: Using Automation, Channel EQ, Compression, Space Designer Reverb, Using Aux Sends and Groups, Delay Designer, Echo, Amp Designer, Pedalboard, Modulation Plugins, Flex Time, Flex Pitch (new to Logic Pro X) and Bouncing. This course also includes new Logic Pro 10.5 update videos for anyone that’s updated Logic Pro to 10.5Finally, you’ll learn the foundations of how to master your own track.What you’ll learn in this course will make you a better music producer, and improve your songwriting abilities in Logic Pro X and all other Digital Audio Workstations!Learn to love Logic Pro X and make music with it. Go ahead and click the enroll button, and I’ll see you in lesson 1!Cheers,Tomas.

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Getting the Most from this Course

Lecture 3 Before you Start, Enable the Complete Features!

Lecture 4 Join the Official Student Group

Section 2: A Brief Overview of Logic Pro X

Lecture 5 Introduction to This Section

Lecture 6 How to Create a New Project + Choosing a Track Type

Lecture 7 A Brief Overview of the Interface in Logic Pro X

Lecture 8 Part 1: Recording Software Instruments

Lecture 9 Part 2: A Brief Overview of Recording and Editing Synths in Logic Pro X

Lecture 10 Part 3: Recording Audio + a Brief Overview of Audio Preferences

Lecture 11 Part 4: Apple Loops Brief Overview – Adding Drum Loops to our Song

Lecture 12 Part 5: A Brief Overview of Saving and Bouncing

Section 3: Setting Up and Getting Started

Lecture 13 Introduction to This Section

Lecture 14 How to Download the Sound Library in Logic Pro X

Lecture 15 Preferences – Part 1: Essential Audio Preferences

Lecture 16 Preferences – Part 2: Startup Action

Lecture 17 Control Bar – Part 1: Views

Lecture 18 Control Bar – Part 2: Transport + Modes and Functions

Lecture 19 LCD Display

Lecture 20 Saving and Opening

Lecture 21 Templates

Lecture 22 Tracks

Lecture 23 Musical Typing

Lecture 24 Keyboard shortcuts and Key Commands

Lecture 25 Screensets

Section 4: Making Music with Apple Loops

Lecture 26 Introduction to This Section

Lecture 27 Apple Loops – Part 1

Lecture 28 Apple Loops – Part 2: Navigation

Lecture 29 Apple Loops – Part 3: Importing

Lecture 30 Apple Loops – Part 4: Create a Groove

Section 5: Live Loops (Logic Pro 10.5 and Above Only)

Lecture 31 Introduction to This Section

Lecture 32 Introduction and Overview of Live Loops

Lecture 33 Navigation and Playing Back a Loop

Lecture 34 Triggering Scenes and Quantize Start

Lecture 35 Queuing and Dequeuing

Lecture 36 Importing Content into a Cell – Part 1

Lecture 37 Importing Content into a Cell – Part 2

Lecture 38 Cell Inspector – Cell Length + Loop Length

Lecture 39 Play Modes

Lecture 40 Cell Editor

Lecture 41 Recording and Copying the Live Loops to the Tracks Area

Section 6: Making Music with MIDI and Software instruments

Lecture 42 Introduction to This Section

Lecture 43 Software Instruments

Lecture 44 Piano Roll Editor

Lecture 45 Tool Bars for MIDI

Lecture 46 Quantising

Lecture 47 Making a beat – The Drums

Lecture 48 Making a beat – The Bass

Lecture 49 Making a beat – The keyboard or keys

Lecture 50 ES2 Synth Overview

Lecture 51 Ultrabeat Part 1

Lecture 52 Ultrabeat Part 2

Lecture 53 Drummer

Lecture 54 Score Editor

Section 7: Recording Audio

Lecture 55 Introduction to This Section

Lecture 56 Settings up Recording Audio Preferences

Lecture 57 What type of microphone to use?

Lecture 58 Recording performers to get the best out of them

Lecture 59 Mulitrack Recording

Lecture 60 Recording External Synths

Section 8: Step Sequencer (Logic Pro 10.5 Only)

Lecture 61 Introduction to This Section

Lecture 62 Introduction and Brief Overview of the Step Sequencer

Lecture 63 Drum, Bass and Melodic Pattern Presets

Lecture 64 Velocity Subrow

Lecture 65 Gate and Tie Subrow

Lecture 66 Note Repeat Subrow

Lecture 67 Chance Subrow

Lecture 68 Loops Start/End and Start Offset Subrows

Lecture 69 Playback Modes and Octave + Skip Subrows

Lecture 70 Step Rate, Pattern Length and Triplets

Lecture 71 Scale Quantize, Templates and Swing

Lecture 72 Step Automation – Part 1

Lecture 73 Step Automation – Part 2

Section 9: Automation

Lecture 74 Introduction to This Section

Lecture 75 Automation

Lecture 76 Multiple Automated Parameters

Lecture 77 MIDI Draw and MIDI Automation

Lecture 78 MIDI Sustain Pedal Automation

Section 10: Mixing Essentials – Levels, Panning, and EQ

Lecture 79 Basic Mixing

Lecture 80 Channel EQ

Lecture 81 Panning

Section 11: Mixing Essentials – Compression and DeEsser

Lecture 82 Compressor – Part 1: Main Interface

Lecture 83 Compressor – Part 2: Different Circuit Types

Lecture 84 De-Esser 2

Lecture 85 Sidechain Compression

Section 12: Mixing Essentials – Aux Sends and Reverb

Lecture 86 Using Aux Sends

Lecture 87 Using Aux Groups

Lecture 88 Space Designer Reverb

Lecture 89 Space Designer – Part 2: Create your own Impulse Response

Lecture 90 ChromaVerb – Part 1: Main Window

Lecture 91 ChromaVerb – Part 2: Room Types

Lecture 92 ChromaVerb – Part 3: Details Window

Section 13: More Mixing Essentials

Lecture 93 Delay Designer

Lecture 94 Echo

Lecture 95 Amp Designer and Pedalboard

Lecture 96 Modulation Plugins

Lecture 97 Bouncing

Lecture 98 Mastering

Section 14: Flex Time + Flex Pitch

Lecture 99 Flex Time

Lecture 100 Flex Pitch

Section 15: More Advanced Mastering Techniques

Lecture 101 Introduction to This Section

Lecture 102 Introduction to this Section

Lecture 103 Reference Tracks

Lecture 104 Loudness Normalization

Lecture 105 Loudness Units (LUFS)

Lecture 106 True Peak

Section 16: Vintage EQ (Version 10.4 and Above Only)

Lecture 107 Vintage Console EQ

Lecture 108 Vintage Tube EQ

Lecture 109 Vintage Graphic EQ

Section 17: Studio Strings, Horns, Effects, and Smart Tempo

Lecture 110 Studio Strings

Lecture 111 Studio Horns

Lecture 112 Vintage Mellotron

Lecture 113 Phat FX

Lecture 114 Step FX

Lecture 115 Smart Tempo – Part 1: Overview

Lecture 116 Smart Tempo – Part 2: The Editor and Recording Audio

Section 18: Logic Pro 10.7.5 Update Videos

Lecture 117 How to use the Gain Tool

Lecture 118 How to Record MIDI Effects

Lecture 119 Free Tempo Recording – MIDI

Lecture 120 Free Tempo Recording – Audio

Lecture 121 Nested Track Stacks

Lecture 122 How to use Individual Stompbox Effects

Lecture 123 Preferences is Now Called Settings

Section 19: Logic Pro X Update Videos – Effects

Lecture 124 Space Designer FX

Lecture 125 Touch Bar

Lecture 126 Arpeggiator

Section 20: Logic Pro X Update Videos – Making a Beat

Lecture 127 Apple Loops

Lecture 128 Making a Beat – The Drums

Lecture 129 Making a Beat – The Bass

Lecture 130 Making a Beat – The Keyboards or Synths

Lecture 131 Drummer

Section 21: Sampler Instrument (Logic Pro 10.5 and Above Only)

Lecture 132 Welcome to this Section

Lecture 133 Sampler Introduction

Lecture 134 Importing Audio into the Sampler

Lecture 135 Mapping Window

Lecture 136 Zone Tab

Lecture 137 Synth Tab

Lecture 138 Modulation – Part 1 : Amp Envelope

Lecture 139 Modulation – Part 2 : Using Multiple Envelopes

Lecture 140 Sampler LFO’s

Lecture 141 Modulation Matrix

Section 22: Quick Sampler Instrument (Logic Pro 10.5 and Above Only)

Lecture 142 Quick Sampler Introduction

Lecture 143 Recorder Function

Lecture 144 Classic + One Shot Modes

Lecture 145 Slice Mode

Lecture 146 Synth Controls and Envelopes

Lecture 147 LFO’s and Modulation Matrix

Section 23: Logic Pro X Update Videos – Synths

Lecture 148 Alchemy Part 1

Lecture 149 Alchemy Part 2 – The Advanced Tab

Lecture 150 Alchemy Part 3 – Envelopes, Modulation and Effects

Lecture 151 Alchemy Part 4 – The MSEG Envelope

Lecture 152 Alchemy Part 5 – Mod Map and Show Target

Lecture 153 Alchemy Part 6 – The Arpeggiator

Lecture 154 Alchemy Part 7 – Morph

Lecture 155 Alchemy Part 8 – Sampling

Lecture 156 Alchemy Part 9 – Custom Performance Controls

Lecture 157 Alchemy Part 10 – Velocity Layers

Lecture 158 Alchemy Part 11 – Round Robin

Lecture 159 Sculpture Synth

Section 24: How to use the Vintage B3 Organ in Logic Pro X

Lecture 160 Vintage B3 Introduction

Lecture 161 Brief Overview

Lecture 162 Main Windows – Controls

Lecture 163 Main Window – Presets

Lecture 164 Main Window – Split

Lecture 165 Rotor Cabinet Window

Lecture 166 Options Window

Lecture 167 Effects Window

Lecture 168 Expert Window – Essentials

Section 25: How to use the Vintage Electric Piano in Logic Pro X

Lecture 169 Part 1 – Brief Overview

Lecture 170 Part 2 – Effects

Lecture 171 Part 3 – Details

Section 26: How to use the Vintage Clav in Logic Pro X

Lecture 172 Part 1 – Main Window

Lecture 173 Part 2 – Effects Window

Lecture 174 Part 3 – Details Window

Section 27: Logic Pro X Update Videos – Recording Audio

Lecture 175 Audio Interface

Lecture 176 How to Mix a Voiceover Overview

Section 28: Mixing Audio – EQ + Compression

Lecture 177 Welcome to the EQ + Compression Section of the Course

Lecture 178 EQ Introduction

Lecture 179 Graphic EQ Overview

Lecture 180 Parametric EQ Overview

Lecture 181 Compression Introduction

Lecture 182 Threshold and Ratio

Lecture 183 Make up Gain

Lecture 184 Attack and Release

Lecture 185 Knee

Lecture 186 Limiter, Distortion + Parallel Compression

Lecture 187 Sidechain Compression

Section 29: EQ + Compression Mixing Project

Lecture 188 Introduction

Lecture 189 EQ Introduction

Lecture 190 EQing Vocals

Lecture 191 EQ in More Detail

Lecture 192 More EQ Examples

Lecture 193 Compressing a Vocal

Lecture 194 Guitar Compression and EQ

Lecture 195 Attack and Release – Part 1

Lecture 196 Attack and Release – Part 2

Lecture 197 Ratio and Knee

Lecture 198 Compressor Sidechain

Section 30: Advanced EQ + Compression Techniques

Lecture 199 Introduction

Lecture 200 Part 1

Lecture 201 Part 2 – Dynamic EQ

Lecture 202 Part 3 – Mixbus EQ

Lecture 203 Part 4 – Parallel Drum Bus Compression

Section 31: Compression + EQ FAQs

Lecture 204 EQ Before or After Compression

Lecture 205 Parallel Compression and the Benefits of Using it

Lecture 206 Additive or Subtractive EQ

Section 32: Sound Design and Synthesis

Lecture 207 Introduction and an Overview of this Mini Course

Section 33: Retro Synth

Lecture 208 Retro Synth – A Synth Primer

Lecture 209 Retro Synth – Oscillator

Lecture 210 Retro Synth – Vibrato

Lecture 211 Retro Synth – LFO

Lecture 212 Retro Synth – Filters

Lecture 213 Retro Synth – Filter Modulation

Lecture 214 Retro Synth – Envelopes

Lecture 215 Retro Synth – Glide

Lecture 216 Retro Synth – Amp Module

Lecture 217 Retro Synth – Effects : Chorus and Flanger

Lecture 218 Retro Synth – Global Settings

Lecture 219 Retro Synth – Controller Parameters

Lecture 220 Retro Synth – Sync

Lecture 221 Retro Synth – Table

Lecture 222 Retro Synth – Table (Create Your Own)

Lecture 223 Retro Synth – FM

Lecture 224 Retro Synth – Outro

Section 34: ES2

Lecture 225 ES2 – Introduction

Lecture 226 ES2 – Part 1

Lecture 227 ES2 – Oscillators 1 and 2

Lecture 228 ES2 – Oscillator 3

Lecture 229 ES2 – CBD

Lecture 230 ES2 – Voicing

Lecture 231 ES2 – Glide (Portamento)

Lecture 232 ES2 – Filter

Lecture 233 ES2 – Amp Stage

Lecture 234 ES2 – Modulation 1 : LFO

Lecture 235 ES2 – Modulation 2 : Envelopes

Lecture 236 ES2 – Modulation : Vector Envelopes

Lecture 237 ES2 – Macros

Lecture 238 ES2 – MIDI Control

Lecture 239 ES2 – Outro

Section 35: Sound Design Theory and Terminology

Lecture 240 Introduction

Lecture 241 Waveform Analysis

Lecture 242 Oscillator

Lecture 243 Filter

Lecture 244 Envelope

Lecture 245 Modulation

Lecture 246 Distortion

Lecture 247 Voices

Lecture 248 Glide

Lecture 249 MIDI

Section 36: ESM

Lecture 250 ESM

Section 37: Waves and Tones

Lecture 251 Tones, Overtones and Harmonics

Lecture 252 Complex Tones

Lecture 253 Subtractive and Additive Synthesis

Lecture 254 What is Sound?

Section 38: FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Lecture 255 Welcome to This Section

Lecture 256 FAQ Intro

Lecture 257 FAQ Monitors

Lecture 258 FAQ Drum Sample Packs

Lecture 259 FAQ 3rd Party Synths

Lecture 260 FAQ Should someone else master your music?

Lecture 261 FAQ Which MIDI keyboard should I get?

Lecture 262 FAQ Which Microphone should I get?

Lecture 263 FAQ Download more Apple Loops

Lecture 264 Which Headphones do you use and why?

Section 39: EXS24 (Logic Pro 10.4 and Earlier Only)

Lecture 265 Introduction

Lecture 266 Creating a Multisample Instrument

Lecture 267 Why Learn the EXS24?

Lecture 268 Instrument Editor

Lecture 269 Main Interface Overview

Lecture 270 Pitch Section

Lecture 271 Filter

Lecture 272 Mod Matrix

Lecture 273 LFOs

Lecture 274 Amplifier

Lecture 275 Envelopes

Lecture 276 Global Settings

Lecture 277 Instrument Editor – Zones and Groups

Lecture 278 Zones

Lecture 279 Group Settings

Lecture 280 Multi-Outputs

Lecture 281 Realism

Lecture 282 EXS24 Outro

Section 40: EVOC 20 PolySynth

Lecture 283 Vocoder – Part 1 (Setup)

Lecture 284 Vocoder – Formant Filter

Lecture 285 Vocoder – Formant Stretch

Lecture 286 Vocoder – Attack and Release

Lecture 287 Vocoder – Freeze

Lecture 288 Vocoder – Outro

Section 41: MIDI Modulator

Lecture 289 MIDI Modulator – Part 1

Lecture 290 MIDI Modulator – Part 2

Lecture 291 MIDI Modulator – Part 3

Section 42: Subtractive Synth, Wavetable, and Sound Synthesis

Lecture 292 Sound Synthesis Introduction

Lecture 293 Why Learn Sound Synthesis

Lecture 294 Subtractive Synth – Part 1

Lecture 295 Subtractive Synth – Part 2

Lecture 296 Subtractive Synth – ADSR

Lecture 297 Subtractive Synth – LFO

Lecture 298 Subtractive Synth – Voices

Lecture 299 Wavetable

Lecture 300 FM Synthesis

Lecture 301 Sync Synthesis

Lecture 302 Tones and Harmonics

Section 43: Audio Mixing for Podcasts

Lecture 303 Noise Gate

Lecture 304 Equalizer

Lecture 305 De-Esser

Lecture 306 Compressor

Lecture 307 Another De-Esser after the Compressor

Lecture 308 Gain

Lecture 309 Limiter and Loudness Meter

Lecture 310 Automation

Lecture 311 Export Settings

Lecture 312 Before you Mix, you must have good Audio

Lecture 313 The Plugins I’m using for my Voice right now (Stock + 3rd Party Plugins)

Lecture 314 Outboard Gear – The DBX 286s

Lecture 315 The Equipment I’m using for my Voice right now

Section 44: Free 3rd Party Plugins

Lecture 316 macOS Catalina Incompatibility with 32bit Plugins

Lecture 317 Introduction to this Section

Lecture 318 How to get these plugins

Lecture 319 Vintage Style Saturator

Lecture 320 Analog Style EQ

Lecture 321 Delay

Lecture 322 Basic Compressor

Lecture 323 Basic Algorithmic Reverb

Lecture 324 Basic Compressor 2

Lecture 325 Algorithmic Reverb

Lecture 326 Dynamic EQ

Lecture 327 Basic Chorus

Lecture 328 Panning Effect

Lecture 329 Tube Pre Amp Saturation

Lecture 330 Digital Compressor

Lecture 331 Convolution Reverb

Lecture 332 Basic Limiter

Lecture 333 Limiter

Lecture 334 Bitcrusher

Lecture 335 Experimental Reverb

Lecture 336 Advanced Chorus

Lecture 337 Plugin Bundle – Brief Overview

Section 45: Mixing fundamentals with these Free 3rd Party Plugins

Lecture 338 REMINDER: macOS Catalina Incompatibility with 32bit Plugins

Lecture 339 Compression

Lecture 340 EQ Introduction

Section 46: Mixing with Free 3rd Party Plugins – In-depth tutorials

Lecture 341 Vocal Mixing – Basic EQ

Lecture 342 Mixing Vocals – Dynamics

Lecture 343 Mixing Vocals – De-Esser and Saturator

Lecture 344 Mixing Vocals – Reverb and Delay Sends

Lecture 345 Backing Vocals – Effects and Sends

Lecture 346 Bass and Drum Processing

Lecture 347 Guitar FX

Lecture 348 Synth Lead FX

Lecture 349 Guitar Mixing and Effects

Lecture 350 Mixing Synths – Part 1

Lecture 351 Mixing Synths – Part 2

Section 47: The Mastering Chain – With Free 3rd Party Plugins

Lecture 352 Mastering Free Plugins

Section 48: Installing the Free 3rd Party Plugins

Lecture 353 Installing the Plugins from their Official Sites

Lecture 354 Loading the Plugins in Logic Pro X

Lecture 355 Component Files and Folder

Section 49: Recording Vocals at Home Workshop

Lecture 356 Introduction to this Recording Vocals Section

Lecture 357 Part 1 – Microphones and Audio Interface

Lecture 358 Part 2 – Polar Patterns and Mic Cables

Lecture 359 Part 3 – Microphone Position

Lecture 360 Part 4 – Reflection Filter

Section 50: Recording a Male Singer-Songwriter : James Cairns

Lecture 361 Male Singer-Songwriter Introduction

Lecture 362 Microphone Placement Techniques

Lecture 363 Guitar and Vocal Levels

Lecture 364 Take 1 and Challenges

Lecture 365 Take 2 and Mic Positioning

Lecture 366 Take 3 and Repositioning the Mic

Lecture 367 Navigating Computer Fan Noise

Lecture 368 Pitch Shifter for Singing Harmonies

Lecture 369 Project Set Up : James Cairns – Out Of Mind

Section 51: Male Singer-Songwriter Post Production

Lecture 370 Reducing Hum and Noise

Lecture 371 Parallel Compression

Lecture 372 Project Deconstruct

Section 52: Writing and Recording Vocals : Peter Darling

Lecture 373 Peter Darling Introduction

Lecture 374 Lyrical Themes

Lecture 375 Microphones and Placement

Lecture 376 Chorus Melody

Lecture 377 Chorus Harmonies

Lecture 378 Verse Melody

Lecture 379 Writing and Recording Verse 1 and 2

Lecture 380 Recording and Writing Verse 3 and 4 and Ad-libs

Section 53: Recording Female Pop Vocals : Jess Rose

Lecture 381 Pop Vocals Introduction

Lecture 382 Setting up Levels

Lecture 383 Mic Placement

Lecture 384 Fixing Latency Issues (Freezing Tracks)

Lecture 385 Fixing Latency Issues (Plugins)

Lecture 386 Recording the First Take

Lecture 387 Recording Takes

Lecture 388 Recording the First Chorus

Lecture 389 Recording the Bridge and Last Chorus

Lecture 390 Song 2 – Recording an Acoustic Guitar

Lecture 391 Song 2 – Recording Vocals

Section 54: Female Pop Vocals Post Production

Lecture 392 Flex Pitch Gain

Lecture 393 Thickening Vocals

Lecture 394 Project Deconstruct – Part 1

Lecture 395 Project Deconstruct – Part 2

Section 55: Recording Rap Vocals : No Fixed IDentity

Lecture 396 Rap Vocals Introduction

Lecture 397 Headphone Monitoring

Lecture 398 Setting Up the Headphone Mix

Lecture 399 Fixing Latency Issues

Lecture 400 Mic Placement and Distance

Lecture 401 Singer Preferences

Lecture 402 Recording Takes

Lecture 403 Recording Rap Ad-Libs

Section 56: Rap Vocals Post Production

Lecture 404 Flex Time – Vocal Timing Fixes

Lecture 405 Bussed Mixing

Lecture 406 Hiding Tracks

Lecture 407 Varispeed

Section 57: Creative Harmonizing

Lecture 408 Creative Harmonizing – Part 1

Lecture 409 Creative Harmonizing – Part 2

Lecture 410 Creative Harmonizing – Part 3

Section 58: Creative Harmonies and Choir

Lecture 411 Creating Vocal Harmonies with Flex Pitch – Part 1

Lecture 412 Creating Vocal Harmonies with Flex Pitch – Part 2

Lecture 413 Choral Folk Vocals – Introduction

Lecture 414 Choral Folk Vocals – Post Production

Lecture 415 Choir Recording Introduction

Lecture 416 Choir Mix Setup (Bussing)

Lecture 417 Choir Bus Processing

Section 59: Mixing with Paid 3rd Party Plugins

Lecture 418 How to Start Mixing a Vocal with Waves NS1, Channel EQ, Waves Doubler and More

Section 60: Audio Concepts + Engineering – Commonly used Terms

Lecture 419 Introduction to the Audio Concepts + Engineering Sections

Lecture 420 Commonly used Terms

Lecture 421 Technology

Lecture 422 Processes

Lecture 423 Digital Audio Formats

Section 61: Audio Concepts + Engineering – Technical Demonstration of Concepts in Action

Lecture 424 Decibels

Lecture 425 Peak vs RMS

Lecture 426 Gain – Part 1

Lecture 427 Gain – Part 2

Lecture 428 Dynamics – Part 1

Lecture 429 Dynamics – Part 2

Lecture 430 Dynamics – Part 3

Lecture 431 Frequencies – Part 1

Lecture 432 Frequencies – Part 2 (Distortion)

Lecture 433 Frequencies – Part 3 (Noise)

Lecture 434 Phase

Lecture 435 Stereo – Part 1

Lecture 436 Stereo – Part 2 : Phase sum Difference

Lecture 437 Stereo – Part 3 : Stereo vs Mono

Lecture 438 Samples Rates

Lecture 439 Bit Depths

Section 62: Audio Concepts + Engineering – Frequently Asked Questions about Digital Audio

Lecture 440 Introduction to FAQ

Lecture 441 How Loud Should my Track be?

Lecture 442 Should Frequencies be Flat?

Lecture 443 Is it okay to Compress more than Once?

Lecture 444 Outboard vs Plugins

Lecture 445 What Sample Rates Should I Use?

Lecture 446 What Bit Depth Should I Use?

Lecture 447 What Formats Should I Export to?

Lecture 448 When Should I Dither?

Lecture 449 Do I Need To Treat My Room?

Lecture 450 How Do I Get Wider Mixes?

Section 63: Audio Concepts + Engineering – Paul Baily Q&A

Lecture 451 Paul Baily Introduction

Lecture 452 What’s the difference between Analogue and Digital?

Lecture 453 Do you need Analogue Gear?

Lecture 454 Common Misconceptions about Analogue Audio

Lecture 455 Exciting Developments around Audio

Lecture 456 Has the role of Engineer changed and top tips for getting hired

Lecture 457 What are the Traits of a Good Audio Engineer?

Lecture 458 Main Piece of Advice about Making a Career in Audio Engineering

Section 64: Creating a Song Live in Logic Pro X

Lecture 459 Creating a Song Live in Logic Pro X with Tomas George

Section 65: Interview and Talks with Industry Professionals

Lecture 460 Paul Baily Interview Part 1

Lecture 461 Paul Baily Interview Part 2

Lecture 462 Paul Baily Interview Part 3

Lecture 463 Sean Genockey Interview Part 1

Lecture 464 Sean Genockey Interview Part 2

Lecture 465 Sean Genockey Interview Part 3

Lecture 466 Charlie Barnes Interview Part 1

Lecture 467 Charlie Barnes Interview Part 2

Lecture 468 Paul Statham Interview Part 1

Lecture 469 Paul Statham Interview Part 2

Lecture 470 Peter Darling Talks to Tomas George Part 1

Lecture 471 Peter Darling Talks to Tomas George Part 2

Lecture 472 Tomas George Interview

Lecture 473 Andrew Potterton Interview Part 1

Lecture 474 Andrew Potterton Interview Part 2

Lecture 475 Andrew Potterton Interview Part 3

Section 66: Last Section

Lecture 476 Thanks and Bye

Lecture 477 Bonus Lecture: Learn More from Tomas + Digital Music Masters

Those with basic music production skills who wish to improve,Experienced music performers who want to know how to record their ideas,New and experienced Logic users who want to deepen their knowledge,Those interested in creating their own music or being better at music production,You’re a band member who wants to learn about Music Production in Logic Pro X,You’ve been writing a few songs, but now you want to learn more about music production,You want to learn how to mix the tracks you’ve been writing,You might be completely new to music (You’ve had no formal training in music)

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