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Watch as Martin Sitter shows you how to build a song from the ground-up using Logic. This tutorial is produced by Apple's Original Logic Courseware designer!
With its all-in-one interface, enhanced editing functions, and low price, Logic Pro (part of Logic Studio) is bound to make waves in the audio editing community. This tutorial program covers important Level 1 aspects of editing, recording, mixing, and outputting songs using this incredible application.
This tutorial is applicable to both Logic Pro and Logic Express. Through the course of this tutorial you will go through the process of building an actual song! You can even download the finished song files and deconstruct, analyze, or remix the final song for yourself.
Chapter 1 begins the exploration of Logic while examining how audio works, starting with the most basic waveform, a sine wave! Through the chapter, you will look closely at how amplitude and frequency combine to make sound. We even jump into Soundtrack Pro for a bit to do some deep analysis of frequency (hey, it's Logic Studio now, so why not?!).
In Chapter 2, you will explore song construction and phrasing by using Apple Loops to begin laying out your song. This chapter will demonstrate how to work with tempo and pitch while time-stretching audio files and apple loops to keep pace with your song. You'll also learn some interesting techniques for changing the look of your arrange window, including using custom colors for Tracks and Regions, as well as creating your own custom Track icons.
Chapters 3 and 4 get into the nitty-gritty of editing MIDI and Audio regions. While these chapters are designed to provide basic information you'll build upon later in the program, so advanced features (including Step Recording MIDI data and creating Folders to group regions) are covered in these chapters.
Chapter 5 takes a close look at the process of bouncing, creating MP3 files, and using key commands. Along the way, you'll learn how to choose bit depths for compressed files, and attach metadata such as band and track names that will show up when the listener opens your songs in iTunes.
In Chapter 6, you'll look closely at the process of recording in Logic. You'll learn how to set record levels, how to do basic, punch, and replace recordings, and even how to cycle record. I also cover multi-take recording and Logic's "Quick Swipe comping" ... some really great features of Logic! I had a lot of fun recording this section, particularly as I used my two star vocalists for certain parts of the tutorial (it's amazing how much vocals can add to a track!)??
Chapter 7 goes over using screensets, and layering instruments to make big, lush sounds for your mixes. In this section you'll take a good look at the Environment and explore how to manage layers and objects in the Environment, as well as how to cable objects together to route signal through different Environment objects. This "first look" at the Environment that is meant to provide a solid foundation you can use for further exploration into the Environment in tutorials such as the Logic 303: Logic TNT.
Chapter 8 begins our exploration of Mixing and DSP effects. This chapter includes tips for using Noise Gates and Logic's Strip Silence feature, and also discusses how to effectively use folders and aliases in your arrangements. You'll also be introduced to the Mixer window, and see how Mix groups and multiple output instruments like Ultrabeat can be used to full advantage in your projects. But that's not all ... the final half of this chapter concentrates on one of Logic's best features - automation! You'll learn how to use realtime and static automation, including automation curves, to create evolving ambiences in your music.
Chapter 9 is a bonus section covering mix tips. You'll see how EQs, compressors, and limiters combine to make your finished mix sparkle, every time.
- Logic 101: Core Logic
- Logic 102: Exploring The EXS24
- Logic 104: Flex Time Editing
- Logic 107: 64-Bit Logic Unleashed
- Logic 201: Steve H's Logic Master Class #1
- Logic 203: Logic's Music-for-Picture Toolbox
- Logic 204: Ultrabeat Unleashed
- Logic 205: Synthesis With Sculpture
- Logic 206: ES2 Exposed
- Logic 207: Logic's Latency Toolbox
- Logic 208: Exploring the EVP88 and the EVB3
- Logic 209: EVD6 and EFM1: User Guide
- 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 403: Mixing R&B
- Logic 404: Mixing Electronica
- Logic 405: Confessions of a Drum & Bass Producer
- Logic 406: Olav's Electronica Workflow Tricks
- Logic 407: Producing With Folders
- Logic 409: Dubstep Essentials
- Logic 9 410: Dubstep Deconstructed
- Logic 9 First Look: Overview Of Logic 9
For a full list of the topics covered, see the Tutorial Outline
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Well, this is a long course. It is a well balanced overview of Logic 9 and you certainly will have a feel for the program when you are done. I would say you could do maybe 20 tutorials a day before your mind starts to wander, so figure 10 sessions to finish this course. A lot of the tutorials are short, so it goes more quickly than you might think. You may still be operating in Logic 9 because you have some favorite 32 bit plugins, so this course will be valuable for quite awhile. It is all brand new to me a a producing newbie, and sometimes I got lost, but I learned a lot.
I love this tutorial, I have come so many times to watch it over and over again, is much more than just how to use Logic, there's also loads of information about sound itself.
I originally watched this tutorial back in 2012 and it helped my Logic used TREMENDOUSLY. I went from not knowing a thing to feeling like a Certified Logic Pro User. Great Job MacProVideo
Very impressive The progression and steps to the end result is the best to follow and learn. Thank you Martin
I have just started my tuts so it's too early to mention. But so far it has been by helpful and educating I'm sure it can only get better looking forward to learning more Jo azaredo
Wish I had watched this when I started using Logic. Absolutely brilliant. Learnt so much and it was demonstrated simply and easily. Thanks so much for the course!!
this logic 101 is a really great place to start for beginners like me, it is much more complete than any other similar tutorials I've seen. It combines basic concepts explanation and hands-on training
Awesome course!!! By far the most thorough and comprehensive overview I've ever seen for this software. Recommended for both beginners and advanced users of Logic.
After loads of experience with Midi and none with audio, I was looking for a tutorial to present the basics of Audio recording. This more than met my expectations: with effects, EQing, compressing etc., it gave a very comprehensive overview of audio as well as the whole Logic spectrum. On my second time through I was able to produce my own version of the demo song which was very helpful in learning all the steps. Written before Logic 9, there might be some keyboard commands that need updating, although that may be my settings as well...not sure.
Very informative. I must say that I was very skeptical in the beginning (I thought the sine wave went on far too long) but exceeded my expectations. Great course. Way to go Martin!
This is a fantastic place to start getting comfortable in the Logic environment. Really covers a lot of ground and takes you through the entire process of creating a song.
Whooaaa!!! Man did it take me a while to finish this.. And I must say it was worth every minute!!! Great course to get you up and running or as a refresher to everything that can be done in Logic!!!
Martin Sitter does a wonderful job introducing Logic to the new user. However, even an advanced user is guaranteed to find useful tips that will speed workflow and increase productivity:-)
This is great tutorial. I was Knowing Nothing About creating a song in my computer. I was just making a melody in my mind and singing only, But after watching this tutorial I really can make a complete song thats great for me. I will go on with next and next videos.
This course is absolutely fantastic. The perfect start and accompaniment to all the follow-up Logic courses. I now have a fantastic overview on what Logic could be made to do. On to da next one.
It's amazing how far you go with this course. I'm only half way and I'm already flipping through Logic and doing some amazing things like a pro. I'm spurred on to try the other courses. It's amazing.
Quite an informative lesson on apple loops and using the apple loop utility. I didn't even notice that this utility existed and could be so handy. Time to convert my wav and rx2 files.
Video 43: The narrator looks for the click track button, but it is blocked by the watermark for your site. Perhaps you could fade out the watermark when the instructor goes over it?
I can't think how it could be done better. I've spent a bit of money on books and a lot of time trying to figure out little things and after two years am a beginner/ intermediate Logic user. People who speak English as a second language will be comfortable with the course. Martin S. is obviously passionate about music and an expert in his field, and he takes great care in building your "Core Logic" skills from the ground up. I'm only half-way through but should be done in ten days or so. Thanks to the site and especially to Martin!
thanks for putting together such a comprehensive introduction to logic. i've been using it for a couple years, but really wanted to fill in the gaps on the basics, and this course hit on everything.
Even though this is a basic intro to logic, there are many tips and tricks along the way that even seasoned logic users might not know about.
I wanted to really mention the importance of this video tutorial. If you decide to become Apple Pro Certified in Logic Pro 9 Level 1, this video is a must see. Well done...once again.
OMG!!! Amazing Tutorial, How to get the right tempo is amazing. Must See Video to all Producers...
How PC sound cards plays an important role in logic pro was explained extremely well. How Audio and software instrument tracks differ including track lists and inspector window. Excellent course!!!
Explained in detail how to launch Logic Pro 9. 1. Click on Hard Drive Icon 2. Click on Application Folder 3. Click on Logic Pro Folder. The short cut to logic on the dock. Awesome Work Martin!!!
Martin, really enjoyed this wonderful course. I learned much! Hope the rest of the training is as good as this. Best wishes!
Great Job introducing logic and the myriad options. This was a great way to start delving into the depth of logic. Impressive truly.
Solid foundation. This really helped make Logic MUCH less intimidating an usable for me!
This is a great overview (and some pretty in depth stuff too) of a big chunk of what Logic is capable of. I find myself referring back to this as I try to recall all the stuff packed into this!
Simple, easy to understand and quick as well... Really enjoying this learning tool so far!
martin you are a great teacher and fun to learn with thank you!
An extremely useful collection of videos taking a comprehensive look at Logic. A great way to launch into an amazing piece of software. Great job !!
This has and will, make me max out my ability. I may end up being one of the best! All thanks to MACPRO VIDEO!
Fantastic series. Really helped a lot. I had already been using Logic for a while and this tutorial started at exactly the right place and explained why things work that way.
Can't rate MacProVideo highly enough. Martin and Steve have become familiar voices in our quest to master the Logic recording process. Quality training at an everyperson price! Thanks.
After casually using Logic for the past 6 months, I decided to invest in this training course. This is an excellent course, and have thoroughly enjoyed the lessons. I have learned a lot of new things, and even features and functions I had figured out on my own have been improved. My workflow is much faster and efficient, and I have a much better understanding of Logic and how things work. I would definitely recommend this course to anyone who is new to Logic or using DAWs. The information you will get from this course will lay a solid foundation for making music in Logic.
I've listened to most of Core 101 and I'm finding it very informative and entertainingly motivating. And that's as this material should be. Martin's delivery is outstanding! After completing the first view I intend to work with each chapter alongside the tutorial in step by step fashion. All lot is already staying with me as I am feeling a much better understanding of the whole process. I think this is happening because your thorough coverage of the minute details is presented and organized as a project in development. This is valuable because Logic's user manual is much too dry and only serves as a reference. Thanks for great value. Also, I want to explore your Loop site because I'll use them to make up musical progressions for guitar accompaniment etc.
Thanks for a really great course. I've come further with Logic in 2 weeks after switching from Cubase. The tempo is quite slow which gives you plenty of time to try out the features while listening as the video progresses. The length of the video's should be longer in some cases but in general it is great to have these small bursts of information.
It's the third time I saw this entire tutorial and at first I thought it would be only remembering basic stuff but actually it's a quite complete Logic course. Great material to help with the workflow, a Logic bible.
thanks martin sitter ;) and thanks macprovideo ! it s a great job !
Some great knowledge here! Well explained keep up the good work guys!
Such a helpful tutorial for either beginners with Logic, or for more experienced Logic users who want to brush up on some other, more efficient ways of doing things. Highly recommended.
Only part of the way through the series and loving it. Every clip is succinct and accurate. Well done. Lots of useful information.
very clear and helpful!
it's an super amazing tutorial. the chapter are step by step very logically built.I learn step by step in my own pace, without stress, and can develop my own ideas. martin sitter is an absolute professional, who knows all the tricks and this also would be happy to pass on, my heartfelt thanks to martin sitter.By the way, my English is always better.
That's an amazing tutorial! I just finished the final chapter and I can say that I really learned a lot from Martin Sitter lessons. I don't usually write reviews, but I felt compelled to come here and say how good this tutorial is. I am new to logic and to music production in general, but after studying Logic 101, I can now produce and record my own compositions very well. Thank you very much, Martin Sitter.
I can't just say that "Core Logic" is well done....It's more than that,it's excellent! Very clear...impressively simple to follow...Great work Martin!
Amazing. This tutorial is extremely useful and well thought through. Easy to understand - also for a non-native speaker.
This tutorial is simply amazing! I bought this tutorial because I wanted to know Logic before buying my first mac and logic. But as long as I watched the videos I couldn't wait anymore so I bought my first mac with logic. Now I'm really enjoying it!!!
Excellent training, easy to follow but with many analytical insights. Great work! Italiano: Percorso formativo eccellente, semplice da seguire, grazie a degli ottimi esempi ma anche ad un inglese chiaro anche per chi non è madrelingua. Gran bel lavoro!
As a GarageBand user looking to step up to Logic, I was looking forward to seeing how these training videos shaped up. Very impressive. Even though I would count myself as a beginner with Logic, the training materials were pitched just right for me. Allowed me to assimilate the course points really easily.
Very Informative ....
I love my Logic Tutorial. I've discovered a lot of things about Logic that I wouldn't have without it. And it's helped me to get really fast - what a time saver and therefore a great investment. Martin Sitter seems sort of like my "friend and teacher" now!
Great stuff. This is a great course to get you started and ready to roll using Logic. The instruction in each video is clear and is easily understandable.
Wow!! This tutorial really helped me to understand Logic a lot more!! It was inspiring and I really want to do a lot more with Logic and try all the tricks you did!! Thanks a lot for making this Tutorial!! It was well structured, with useful Tipps and Tricks, and for someone like me, who never worked with Logic it was really understandable. And the Song really sounds amazing!! Just WOW!!
Excellent tutorial for a new Logic user. Very good information and well presented. Martin talks really clear, so it's also recommendable for non-english speakers. I'll be checking out more courses in the future.
I have been a Sonar user for over a decade. I decided to branch out and try Logic. This course has made the change a smooth one. I would highly recommend it to all first time Logic users.
This is an excellent video. I'm already on my second viewing of it. Very well presented. Impressive subject area coverage. However, I would like to suggest something for consideration. In a way, although giving a very good idea of how Logic works, it kind of toggled two subjects - Logic itself, and sound engineering/audio physics - right from the start. So my suggestion is - think about a separate video called something like Sound Engineering Essentials, with subjects like - Sound Physics - waves, sampling etc - the general audio physics background DAW Knobs - compression, EQ, limiting, automation, time and pitch issues - all the audio physics know-how required to take DAW tweaking from tinkering into fine-tuning Equipment Ins and Outs - the sound engineers take on cards and keyboards, mics and monitors etc Making Wavs - and Aiffs and MP3s - audio files whys and wherefors.
This is one of the best tutorials I've seen in a long time. Overall, it's long and thorough, but split into small videos for even the newest of the newcomers to understand. Outstanding!
I'm a slow learner and my response time is slower these days so your intuitive videos are quite a help to me as I'm able to stop and start at my own pace. The lessons are just long enough to comprehend and move on. The subject matter is through and apprehensive. I prefere this method and will continue to use with other software tuturials software issues.
Having purchased Logic Studio some time ago, I was a bit apprehensive as to the change over from Garageband. Then I saw Core Logic, no more excuses to get going... This is just fab and I would recommend it to everyone as part of their input to using Logic. Yes there is some free stuff out there but it is not as professionally delivered as Core also when you download it (which is so easy to do) you work at your own pace and go over the instruction and training as many times as you need to. As a bonus, it is a real steal at just under £13.00. Well chuffed! Keep up the good work guys, I'm sure we'll do business again.
This tutorial is very informative. It is a great reference as I am learning how to use Logic Pro. Thanks for the good work.
Just getting thru the end of Chapter 1. Very good instruction, but a lot to swallow at one sitting. I have to say Martin Sitter's voice and pronunciations of what are normally to me the short 'O' sound grates on me. Would be nicer with some with a "Studio" voice.
I have been using Logic 8E on and off for some years but never really liked the manual. Recently I bought 9 pro and by chance found your tutorials. I have found the tutorial to be very well set up. I will most likely buy more of them as I make progress.
Excellent and easy to follow
An excellent introduction to this amazing DAW. Logic can be intimidating for the first time user, but Martin breaks everything down for you in an excellent, easy-to-learn way. By the end of this, you'll be very comfortable with the program.
Wow, there are already so many reviews of this tutorial, but I'm going to add one more anyway :) --- Martin is nice to listen to. This is important as this tutorial goes over a whopping 455 minutes! So you better have a voice and narration style that doesn't drive people mad :) So, Martin is nice to listen to. --- Logic is a very complex product and it's amazing what Martin stuffed into this 101 Core Logic tutorial. Even more so now that it's available at only $19.50!!--- Martin doesn't read the manual to you. Well, yes, he goes over many of Logic's features one by one, showing you what they do. But then he tells you what this feature is good for and HOW you can use it in your projects with lots of really well thought out examples! This is the important part, the knowledge, not just the manual. --- As this tutorial is huge, it's very important to structure this correctly. You can find the features by name in the video's titles. This is great! So if you're looking for Auto Track Zoom, you'll find the corresponding video quickly. A good reference manual, too! Some other series I've seen on macProVideo have more creative titles, which is fun, but you'll have to go through every video if you're looking for that one tip that is important to you right now. So, thumbs up for this tutorial's structure! --- The only minor downside if you're really watching everything at a time: the videos tend to be a little long because sometimes a feature is described in too much detail for my taste. I know it's important to explain a feature in 2 or 3 different ways from time to time so you'll hopefully understand one of the explanations (because everybody thinks differently), but Martin is doing such a good job of explaining something complicated in a simple way that 1 explanation would be sufficient. This makes videos sometimes tiring to look at and you keep fast forwarding.
The information contained in this video is priceless for newcomers to Logic. Martin covers fundamental sound principles that anyone entering the DAW world should know and experts should revise often. I keep coming back to this video it's a great mix of an introduction to the structure and function of Logic with a well laid out format to suit beginners and advanced users. Thanks Martin!
It's extraordinary to gain such superb insight into the intricacies of Logic, and I thank you for that Martin and co.. What's even more incredible is the financial accessibility. For $25 per month or $200 per year, the value of knowledge and 24/7 availability is just sensational, and is effectively a 'music power to the people' that compliments that same everyperson opportunity Mac themselves offer with Logic. Sincere thanks and gratitude to macProVideo.
Excellent Tutorial Martin will start you up in using Logic Pro He explains things in details and I guess it is a great tool for new users. Highly recommended as it is a great tool
Bravo, bravo and more bravos!!!!! Excellent, thorough, fantastic!!!! If you own Logic due yourself some serious justice and get this Logic 101 tutorial....REAL TALK!!! Martin Sitter knows his stuff!!!
Fantastic from front to back. Filled in a lot of gaps that I had in my basic knowledge of Logic. Learned a lot of key commands and tricks to really speed up workflow. Especially enjoyed the sections on Automation and the Bonus Chapter at the end, which helped me begin to understand what one is supposed to be doing with compression and limiting! Thank you Martin!
This is a fantastic overview of the basics of Logic, with occasional glimpses of the huge depth the software has to offer. It's helped me to get started, while also encouraging me to explore the in-depth features. As a British viewer, I'll admit that I found Martin's accent a little... odd to start with. But I got over that pretty quickly. It's a voice I'd happily spend 7½ hours with for teaching of this quality.
Loved it! Perfect how he teaches the basics of Logic!!
I'm blown away by this series of training videos. They are brilliant. Can't think of a single improvement!
So far the best, been everywhere in the net including Full Sail.
Being new to DAW recording and Logic as well as only have ever using PC instead of MAC, I found that the learning progress was slow, cumbersome and quite frustrating. My source of tutorials was resorting to youtube which is rather patchy but at least it got me started. I came across macProVideo.com and after serious consideration (as I have lost my job 3 months ago and without an income) I took the plunge and purchased Logic 101, Core Logic, Ultrabeat Unleashed, and TNT2. Martin Sitter and Steve Horlick have proven themselves to be are first rate instructors. They that connect with the viewer by imparting their knowledge with a clear and in a manner that's easy understand and a bit of humor thrown in. Each topic is broken down into specific bite-size informative lessons that I can easily get my head around then apply immediately to projects that I'm working on, then leaves you wanting to delve straight into the next lesson. These videos are truly well designed packages. They have inspired me and given me thirst to want to learn more about Logic. I wish that I could afford to get more packages. Thanks Martin and the team at macProVideo.com. jy use clear and simple lconcil termI keep watching them over and over and
hmm... i was thinking of it... and then i checked my emails and here we go.. Great intro into the thing... really great!! But on the other side, when u go and apply things saw,... the results are not as happy as Martin's :) So maybe additional 'links' could be used to solve some possible questions borned at that moment when it involves a 'huge' curve in the process. ( Already done some reference to other courses, like flex view) I m having now a situation where 2 beats dont match that 'happy'. So i m like... hmm maybe if i apply some filters,... or change the key, or do some edit in the flex view... or remove one :) The tutorial is great because its based on a pattern known & applied already. not the pattern a rookie will go. Of course thats where the one-one-one courses comes in handy! Cheers/x. keep up the good work.
I started out with Logic in 2002 & basically had to teach myself, with the help of other users wherever I could get it. Once these tutorials became available I made use of them straight away. I only wish they were available in the beginning when I wasted so much time through trial & error trying to work things out. But now I know I've always got them there to refresh on, & as always; "you always learn something new". I just updated my computer & software after being out of action with a "back injury for a few years", & let me tell you how grateful I am to be able to download these new tutorials & get back into it again. Its amazing how much you can forget within a few years, but being able to scroll through a couple of tutorials & pick it all up again is "great value". If I had to go & do a course to relearn again, I don't think I would've bothered. Thanks Heaps!
Amazingly informative and useful set of 210 videos. If you are a Logic user and can only afford to purchase a single tutorial, this is the one to get.
IF YOU ONLY READ ONE, READ THIS. This is an unbiased review of a guy that went from now DAW (unless you call ACID, FL Studio a real DAW) to Logic for composing overnight one Christmas years ago. I searched all over for courses, tutorials, and books that would help get me up to speed. Logic is extremely powerful, but compared to Cubase and ProTools (now that I've worked with the field of each DAW), Logic is the most non-intuitive and complex DAW. This is in part due to its rich feature set and clusters of controls in each window. Good, because it has more to offer out of the box, bad because you can't just install and get going with it. I tried to at first, and found out many things I was missing out on. I took the Level 1 and 2 cert progressions, have a stack of books, and found Steve's Core Logic and Master's courses. From these two tutorials I have learned more than I'd have ever thought. My advice would be skip the "famous" books you see referenced everywhere, as I've read them (Logic 7,8,9), and found that the Logic Manual, along with the two tutorials I mentioned above, covers the majority of what you need to know to get up and going.
If you are considering getting some lessons on Logic - look no more. This is it. Learning this platform is pretty easy, but there are tricks to getting stuff done, and these lessons teach you how to do it all. I've spent thousands on my studio, this is probably the best money I have spent so far. Subscribe - you will not regret it !!!
Hi Martin, Watched the tutorial 101 on logic... very helpfull.Thanks. Really enjoyed hanging out with you :)
I was very hesitant to buy these tutorials at first but I'm really glad I did. I learned so much from Martin's Core Logic set of tutorials and I couldn't believe how easy it was to follow along. There is a reason that when you look on the Apple site under Logic resources that this site is the first stop. If you are going to drop money of Logic, you really need first class instruction, not bits and pieces off of youtube.
This Logic tutorial (and others I have seen in the series) truly is the best I have seen out there. Period. I could not be happier! Martin Sitter and Steve H are obviously experts with Logic- Their clear, thorough, yet perfectly concise lessens will make you one too. To me it is a No-brainer. You paid for your gear, DAW, and talent. Now WATCH THIS SERIES and put it all to work for you. You WILL learn something invaluable here. Tip: Download the free app, put these episodes on your iPad and take them everywhere you go. Find yourself waiting in line? Dr.'s office? Traffic? Well, watch a lesson and learn while the wait disappears.
Overwhelmed by the complexity of Logic and the size of the sample tracks? NLE's uses a simple sine wave to explain things, and this was the best start. The lessons are well sized at 2-3 minutes each and each one reveals something useful. Great!
great job! i really enjoyed these tutorials and found martin very easy on the ear which i find very important. Tutorials were very informative and to the point. martin delivers plenty of work around's on all the tasks and i thought everything that's covered is stuff everybody would use from day to day. i wanted to get up to speed with logic as i never used it before but use other DAW'S regularly, it was exactly what i wanted, it goes through all the different windows and function's which might differ from other DAW's, not to mention the tips and tricks and shortcuts to speed up your workflow greatly! FOR 49 BUCKS WHY WOULDN'T YA BUY IT!!!! top job martin & co, cheers p.s just got the native 101, 570 odd minutes for 30 buck again it would be rude not to, gonna get steve h's 202 or 303 very soon, preview and contents menu look gret! can i rate this 6/5?
One of the best viedeo tutorials for Logic,How Mr. Sitter explains and shows tutorials make intresting to learn more about logic, For me It was really helpful will give five stars to Mr.Sitter and Five stars to Mac pro Viedeo ,Thank You'll,
I've been using Logic professionally for ten years now, and subscribed mainly to check out the TNT tutorials, but thought I'd start here. I have learned *so* much in just one day. I never knew how much I didn't know. I feel like I got my $25 worth in the first day! The tutorials are well written, the presenter is well-spoken, concepts are explained in a clear and logical manner. The videos are an excellent value for the money I paid. Keep up the great work guys!
When I saw that this tutorials was almost 8 hours long, I hesitated to watch it. I looked around other sites. Let me tell you that there is no tutorial as extensive as this one. Everyone else skips over stuff they "feel" you should know, kind of have you scratching your head. The fact that he goes over sound theory in this, and demonstrates it all in Logic is genius. Makes you feel like you walked into a studio and he's there showing you how everything works. He shows the inner workings of the car, then shows you how to drive the car. Others show you the car, but never let you get in the drivers seat.
This is an excellent tutorial. Being new to Logic, and new to DAW's in general, I found this very easy to follow. I was able to make music with Logic after just an hour or so of watching this well thought out, clear, and concise video presentation. It would have taken me days or weeks if I only had the manual! All basic, and some intermediate and advanced concepts needed to become a Logic user are presented in an interesting, entertaining way and well organized way, making it easy to watch and absorb the large amount of information given.
The tutorial videos were really rather outstanding. As a new user I'm a lot more comfortable with Logic now and would definitely watch more videos by this guy. cheers
Great stuff! I loved the thorough coverage of each topic while still keeping the sections small and easily digestible. Thanks!
This tutorial is REALLY great! Thanks a lot, Martin, good job. Things you are ecplaining became more clear to me... Good style and a big pleasure of watching and listening.
Amazing video! Thank you so much Mr. Martin Sitter! Im on the way to watch this video my second time!!As a beginner this video have helped me a lot! Bless from Sweden
Very helpful and informative; the narrator has a good delivery voice and gives lots of good useful examples. The tutorials advance in a very (pardon the pun) logical sequence and your knowledge and understanding is developed from the ground up. I personally learned alot from this video and now feel comfortable recording and arranging my own music as well as my bands
Really enjoyed the tutorials and learned a lot. Having a much better time using the software, and am able to do things that once seemed very complicated. My only criticism is that the tutorial is heavily focused on electronic music,drum beats, etc. I wish they could do a rock version for people like myself who record guitar, bass, harmonica, etc. It would be nice if they showed how to edit this type of waveform. Other than that, I'm very happy with the product and will be ordering further tutorials to continue upgrading my knowledge of the software.
Superb video going into great detail of the workings of Logic. I would highly recomend this to anyone wishing to get to know Logic. The teaching i top grade and taught in a way that is easy to understand.
Very good training video. I have leqrnt heaps already but only half way thru first video. Love to purchase more training videos on Logic as I get to the end of these two.
Dear Martin, Steve and all you other guys at macProVideo.com This is a review on all the 30 DVD´s I've purchased from you.The number speaks for itself but I'd like to tell you that I now work with making music in Logic rather than reading manuals. I dare to go where I've never been before, and it works thanks to you guys. I think you make an outstanding job and I am looking forward to see your upcoming DVD´s. Peter Mikkola Sweden
Previously, I purchased Martin's Logic Pro 7 training. I enjoyed it so much that when Logic 8 came out I knew I wanted to have Martin's overview of Logic 8. Guess what happened when Logic 9 came out? Since I'm doing this brief review, you can imagine. The only criticism that I have which is rather substantial is that Logic 9 has been deemed a guitar player's release. Apple's recent aim is to close the gap on Pro Tools and include more audio related tools. Specifically, through the additions of flex time, pedal board and amp designer. Unfortunately, there was no time at all spent on the pedal board and amp designer. How is that possible? Doing a rock/pop based project from scratch using guitar modeling would have been more appropriate to christen Logic 9.
I have found the tutorial excellent. So much information, that it requires constant viewing, thus making it great value.
I have found this tutorial to be invaluable in getting me started using Logic Pro. CLear bite-sized presentations by Martin Sitter with a well organized outline of key elements of this deep and (to me) complicated program. I have really appreciated his use of key commands to help speed the work-flow. I have made good use of the notes section for each video to highlight key points to which I can easily refer. I have come back to this video several times to cement my understanding.
What more can I say but PURE GOLD!!!
Well constructed path through the maze of features that comprise Logic. Only drawback is that sometimes we end up "off screen" in the tutorial.
Being relatively inexperienced in recording, Logic is a fairly heavy risk. I've tried other resources and felt confused. It has taken me two passes at Logic 101 to have it begin to make sense. This course has been very helpful. I'm ready now to go through the "hands on" stage, and I'll probably work through it again. Thanks for this excellent guide.
these tutorials are the absolute best way, to become familiar with what it is you are working with. simple, easy to follow steps, get you up and running in no time, and show you tricks that you probably didnt even know existed. i highly recommend using them, to get the most out of whatever programs you may be working with !
Once again Martin has delivered a perfect tutorial for understanding Logic. I have just purchased Logic Studio 9 and this is my first open door to audio work. Already I have gained clear understanding on the process of making music and how to approach the method of recording. An absolute must buy if you are new to Logic or even a seasoned user.
Logic 101 - Core Logic is a MUST for anyone beginning to use LOGIC. At first I was quite hesitant to buy any of the MACPROVIDEO range but after taking the plunge… I'm VERY glad I did. This video has helped me immensely towards understanding LOGIC to produce music. The video of great quality visually and the tutors explain ‘what they are doing’ & ‘how they do it’ in a very clear & concise manner, also I love the way MACPROVIDEO have broken down the tutorials into sections making it very easy to revise a topic if need be. I have further brought many of the other Logic MACCPROVIDEO tutorials having been very pleased with this one. You won’t be disappointed
excellent introduction to Logic - just like its predecessor. Can´t get any better than this.
Clear. Great coverage for getting started. My only disappointment was the large amount of time on the subject of sound in the beginning. Getting into editing soundwaves as the first chapter???? That's nuts. Felt like I was in a masterclass. Anyway, overall very helpful and nice job. Worth the money, which is the key element.
I knew quite a few things already by just looking at others and just doing it. But a friend noted me on this tutorial so i watched it. Its a clear lesson which shows you the tricks around logic and i liked it very much. Not to many big words, and if there where, you get them explainend, very handy if english isn't your native language.
Wow - I'd been trying to figure out Logic Pro 9 on my own and it appears very overwhelming without any starting knowledge. This course explains all the basics and then some! Basically - excellent, Martin demonstrates the use of Logic to build a song from zero and gives an enjoyable, humorous and very informative description which has given me the confidence to use Logic on every music project. Thanks for a great course!
Just when you think you know a program, I've been using Logic for sometime now and just out of curiosity I thought I'd watch the 101 to see if there's something I could learn. I'm glad I did, don't be fooled by the 101. Good stuff here. -DC
This was such a well done tutorial. Martin is very clear and makes complete sense with everything he explains. It was a real pleasure to experience and learn!
If you are into music and production and loves Logic as I do, this tutorial is the best you can get not only to get deep into Logic but also to improve your skills all over music creating, producing, mixing and mastering. Must have!!!
An excellent way to learn Logic. I've been recording and using DAWs for years, and just recently switched over to Logic 9. Although the core concepts and functionality of DAWs are very similar, I decided to get some videos to help speed up my learning curve with the Logic interface and also to discover new working methods. I couldn't be more pleased with the quality of this tutorial, and I'm looking forward to viewing the other Logic tutorials that I picked up. I create video tutorials for another Mac audio program (not a DAW) and I've also picked up a few tidbits about creating video tutorials from Martin's approach. Highly recommended - and kudos to Martin.
Have to agree. Its a no brainer. Get this tutorial and you love it.
Excellent tutorial, extremely thorough. I feel like I have a good grasp of the basics of Logic and am looking forward to exploring more tutorials as I progress. Martin is a patient and expert guide. I especially appreciated how he explained every little step, mouse movement and keystroke as he went, this really helped reinforce some of the core workflow concepts as it's a lot of information to absorb.
The tutorial is great taking me through recording a song from start to finish,its just what I needed a clear concise tutorial.I use it often when I need help with my projects and I even got exposed to a genre of music I would not normally listen to. Thanks Martin
Excellent overview of Logic...I'm working on my first song now thanks!
This is a great set of tutorials. The best way to get to know Logic. Congrats, MPV guys ! Fleer
It is informative. It drives me crazy that he says "audi - ahhh" though.
a must for all new to Logic!! Im a new mac user also so making the leap from pc, and with only my experimental knowledge of cubase LE i had the basic principles of recording etc. I also use a midi drum kit so my midi editing knowledge was there, but basic. This guide not only gave me confidence in using logic pro, but gave me invaluable tips and tricks in structuring my songs, im a drummer in a rock band, so whilst the music generated in the turoial was dance/r&b it still was very impressive. If during the tutorial you dont go, "oh my god thats awesome" then you probably didnt need this in the first place! Get it, now!