Apple's Logic 10.5 launches loops! That's right, the new Live Loops grid playground lets you arrange, record and launch scenes of musical cells while processing them live, in real time, with the new Remix FX. Get the most out of these powerful creative tools in this in-depth course by Logic Pro expert Joshua Carney!
Playing live with musical loops, beats and FX is a fantastic way to get your creative ideas flowing. Introduced in Logic Pro X 10.5, Live Loops and Remix FX let you trigger, mix, match, mangle and record loops in every way imaginable. This 20-tutorial course by certified trainer Joshua Carney, reveals all there is to know about these deep and exciting new features.
Joshua begins by covering the basics of Live Loops and explaining how to get started quickly using the new Starter Grids templates. He demonstrates different techniques to create full song arrangements and remixes in real time by cueing and triggering loops and scenes in the Live Loops grid. You learn to build your own custom scenes from scratch by importing loops, recording your own content, and editing MIDI data in the new pattern sequencer. Next, Joshua shows you how to get a full tactile experience of Live Loops and Remix FX with Logic Remote. This free iOS app will turn Logic into a true live performance DAW! You also discover plenty of advanced tips & workflows, all the essential key commands, and a lot more...
Get complete control of Live Loops and Remix FX. Join Joshua Carney in this course, and take your Logic skills to a whole new level. A world of musical possibilities awaits... with Live Loops and Remix FX!
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Rob wrote on August 4, 2020
Josh does an exceptional job of highlighting the benefits and intricacies of live loops. Thanks for the great tutorial.
bil wrote on July 22, 2020
Nowhere in the course could I find any actual live looping, like you see people doing with a simple loop pedal. A lot of stop-and-start with the many prefabricated apple loops, which are of no interest to me.
The thing is, I'm certain that live looping can be done in Logic 10.5. I've accidentally kept a cell going and recorded over it a few times, but can't replicate that reliably.
No big deal, it's not something I want to do. Looping is a way to create some really repetitive, annoying music. (in my opinion.)
But Ableton doesn't have anything to worry about, so far.
Alexander Acha wrote on June 3, 2020
Excelente! Really useful and easy to understand. also the duration of the lessons are just perfect.
Phil Flood wrote on May 26, 2020
I had not been an Ableton user, so I never really understood the idea of the grid layout for music. This has gotten me rethinking ways to create and structure songs, and it definitely has gotten me excited about using Live Loops.
Devon wrote on May 24, 2020
This instructor is a living legend. I learned from
K Ottley wrote on May 22, 2020
Excellent overview of Logic Pro Live Loops. Will use these videos as reference while getting up to speed on Live Loops.
Niklas wrote on May 20, 2020
Brilliantly pedagogical as always-
Encelia wrote on May 17, 2020
I know Live and Logic, but the new Logic 10.5 update is very different from Live in the small particulars. I was having a hard time going through the Logic manual on this material. Josh is just a superior teacher and he really brought the big picture together as well as being very generous in explaining the small particulars. Itâ€™s best to have Word or Notes open as you listen to these videos. There is so much valuable information that youâ€™ll want to take notes every 30 seconds.
Joe from Staten Island wrote on May 17, 2020
Great series Josh, learned so much and thanks.
Brendan wrote on May 17, 2020
This course is very thorough that allowed me to quickly understand these awesome new features in Logic Pro X. Would highly recommend to anyone who is looking to take their Logic Pro X production abilities to the next level.