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- Jun 24th, 2010
Get 5 hours of new Logic Studio Tips and Tricks by world renowned Logic guru Steve H and friends...
What is a TNT
Pronunciation: \ˌtē-ˌen-ˈtē\ sometimes referred to as "Tips 'N Tricks."
-an extremely explosive collection of Logic tips and tricks formed when star Logic trainer Steve H mixes his highly volatile, creative mind with Logic’s deep and often arcane functionality. This unpredictably dangerous mixture often produces a mind blowing expansion of one’s Logic knowledge base.
Warning: This colllection can be habit forming. Users have complained that it is so addictive that they cannot no longer go to YouTube. View at your own discretion.
Actually, this collection of videos was created every month for a year and is now available as a complete tutorial! Topics covered include all aspects of music production, sound design, workflow, and synth programming. And, of course, there are Steve’s surprising explorations into Logic’s environment where he show’s you how to build all kinds of awesome MIDI madness!
This collection of TNT’ feature Logic project files to help you dig even deeper to the awesome topics.
This is an incredible opportunity for you to have one of the world's best Logic educators show you how to do complex, extremely specialized production techniques in Logic Studio.
- Logic 102: Exploring The EXS24
- Logic 203: Logic's Music-for-Picture Toolbox
- Logic 207: Logic's Latency Toolbox
- Logic 210: Vocoding With EVOC
- Logic 303: Logic TNT 2 Tips and Tricks
- Logic 304: Logic TNT 3 Tips and Tricks: Reloaded
- Logic 401: Logic's Mastering Toolbox
- Logic 402: Logic's Guitar Recording Toolbox
- Logic 405: Confessions of a Drum & Bass Producer
For a full list of the topics covered, see the Tutorial Outline
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Environment, Environment, Environment! This starts digging a little deeper to help you get more familiar with a number of the options and tools in the environment. Plus some other cool stuff.
i just want say "THANKS" really great tutorial !
Great tutorial! Great tutor.. Im learning so much from you guy's... Thank you so much!
Very good tutorial. Lots of good time saving information. Would love to see one on the "Score" section. Thanks again. Rob
got this to up my advanced environment skills, and just to keep up with the Logic knowledge in general. I have been using Logic as my main DAW for at least 14 years, and MPV are the only tutorials that offer fresh and advanced techniques for someone as seasoned as myself.
Good tutorial and wonderful teacher ,steve h soooo cool ,carry on doing what you love to do ,i learned so much thanks to your easy and peacefull voice tone From italy with love
As usual. Great !!! Useful, Inspiring....
Steve H's Channelizer ROCKS ! Plus he looks so cool and a god-like genius ! Thanks
Excellent tutorial...a lot of valuable info here...highly recommend
These are so useful (and enjoyable). Wish they were weekly
The FX Bypasser is a wonderfull item in this new Logic tutorial. Very well done...... thanks ! I also like the relaxed way Steve is explaining everything.
Killer! Already showin' some more environment tricks. TNT are the best tutorials! Keeps you motivated all year.
The Logic TnT series of tutorials are probably my favourites, and I expect 'TnT 3: Reloaded' to be no exception. The demonstration, in chapter one, of how to create very nice, warm, atmospheric pads is a great start. A couple of the pads I found reminiscent of W. Carlo's patches from 'A clockwork Orange.' Looking forward to the rest of the series! Glenn
After the Chapter 1. I find out it's fun to use all the synths from Logic. and make more sound
This is the first of the new TNT 3 series. As with all the tutorials made for logic there is simply such a vast depth to the programme that most of us will not need all of the tutorial material. But it is none the less interesting to know about the areas one traditionally avoids (like the environment) and great to have this knowledge displayed in such a clear manner, the adage "show me don't tell me" really works well. I like the way I can dive in almost at random and there is always something there that I did not know. So TNT 3 issued an excellent starter representing this month's installment, and I am looking forward to the rest of the monthly issues. Well done, and keep it coming.
TNT is back! The whole TNT series is such a fantastic resource for Logic Users, and with an amazing scope. From workflop tips to tips for using new (and forgotten!) Logic plug-in's to tips for using 3rd party plugs.. there is always something to discover in a new episode of TNT. I especially like the way that Steve H. comes up with ingenious ways of using Logic that I would never have thought of, and opens a way for amazing soundscapes and boosting logic skills to the next level. Loved the "cliff hanger" at the end of TNT3's first episode.. I am already trying to "hack" that Fx bypass button myself in Logics Environment, using the knowledge from previous TNTs... great!
Steve Horelick's reputation goes before him and when TNT3 was announced I immediately preordered. I have just viewed the first installment and it is quite simply inspiring. What amazing atmospheres can be created using channel strips and I am already tinkering and tweaking in a world of tremendous of experimentation and excitement. Steve graphically illustrates and demonstrates the awesome depth of Logic with his rich knowledge of the programme combined with his vast expertise as a musician. And to think there is a whole year of these tutorials to look forward to in monthly installments. It is important to emphasise that delving into Logic can be a foreboding thought but the full range of Logic tutorials provide a wealth of knowledge presented in highly enjoyable chunks both for the novice and the more experienced DAW devotees.
This was one of the most inspiring and informative lessons yet! You know I was looking for that #$%^^%$& button everywhere! I can't wait for the next installment. Thanks!