This course, by SFLogicNinja David Earl, shows you how to bounce, master, create stems, share and archive your precious work in Apple’s Logic Pro X making sure that everything sounds its best right now and is compatible for anything that the unpredictable future may bring!
Music has a life of its own and can often continue producing income long after we’ve all landed in Logic heaven! That’s why getting your Logic Pro X Project sonically ready for the “outside world” and future-proofed is often as important as the project itself.
Look at the Beatles: had those original tracks not been carefully mastered and archived, the Fab Four would have missed out on all kinds of opportunities for all kinds of media that didn’t even exist back in the 60s!
This course, designed and led by Logic expert David Earl, helps you master, share and archive your Logic creations. You learn all kinds of power tips to help you prepare your precious work, ensuring that whomever needs to play your tracks in any DAW – for any reason in the future – will have tracks that sound their best, be compatible and completely accessible!
Dive into this course and learn how to guarantee that your Logic creations enter the world sounding their best. At the same time, learn the all-important Logic Pro techniques that will never let your music disappear into obscurity as audio-media technologies evolve.
So join David in this incredibly important course and be sure to watch all of our award-winning courses in our ever-expanding library! You’ll be glad you did!
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Steven Smith wrote on March 9, 2017
David Earl does a wonderful job discussing and elaborating on all the fundamental and advanced concepts of bouncing, sharing, and archiving a track in Logic Pro X!
Ru Binkis wrote on July 8, 2015
I knew most of what was covered in this course by the time i got to it but hey, I've been watching since Logic Pro X 101. The mastering discussion on this is priceless.
Dv8ter wrote on June 16, 2015
Good informative course. I have made a few mastering templates based on what I've learnt.
Paul wrote on January 29, 2015
Another good course by David Earl in Logic Pro X. This course was very thorough, maybe a little too long for subject, but each to our own!
District Sound Lab wrote on October 20, 2014
Not my favorite Logic tutorial, and some of the material seemed pretty basic, but i still learned a few awesome things. This made it totally worth it. And if you are new to the software, you will learn a LOT.
Ben Rico wrote on July 9, 2014
As a Logic user, it can be frustrating when working with other engineers/producers who use Pro Tools. I have received project files and/or exported stems that just didn't import properly due to time code, and frame rate issues. SFLogicNinja, shows off a couple of ways to make the transition easier, when sending audio files for mixing/mastering. Save yourself from future frustrations if you work with a lot of different musicians and engineers across various DAWs… This is a must watch!
Anthony wrote on April 22, 2014
This is a profoundly enjoyable course, filled with so much information. I thought I knew much about sharing, but this course takes it to another level; and also, with all the insight into David's considerations while mixing - it is fantastic and inspiring. Thanks again for another wonderful course.
Andrew Dorsett wrote on February 19, 2014
As expected from SFlogicninga an excellent tutorial. I particularly liked the info on mastering.
Neil wrote on February 14, 2014
Excellent Course!! David Earl does an excellent job of explaining all of the tips and tricks needed for bouncing, sharing and archiving all of your files!
Pecchan wrote on February 11, 2014
Another useful tutorial from SFLogicNinja. The topics in this course are not really music making but very relevant regarding sharing files and sessions. The part about mastering I felt was a bit lengthy, especially since the title of the course doesn't really mention that it contains information about mastering, but that too was still worth watching. Highly recommended.