Watch this Score Editor course – by the knowledgeable and very entertaining Peter “SKI” Schwartz – and you’ll be notating your scores, making parts and creating lead sheets before you can say fortissimo!
You’ve been asking for it for years, and now it’s here: The Score Editor taught by the amazing Peter Schwartz!
The Score Editor story starts way back when Logic was a primordial MIDI infant. It's name was Notator Logic! That’s right, the ability to notate your music was built into the DNA of Logic right from the very beginning! Over the years it’s been developed, improved and refined and now the Score Editor serves as a powerful notational companion alongside all the other cool new features built into Logic Pro X.
This deep 3-hour course led by Peter SKI Schwartz – one of the most knowledgeable and hilarious Logic experts on the planet – is by far the best introduction to the Score Editor ever created. It’s filled with amazing tips and wonderful musical examples. Peter explains the Score Editor so thoroughly and with such focus, you will be quickly creating your own beautiful and accurate scores.
Learn all about the score, parts and advanced notation techniques to symbols, chords and lyric entry. Get the inside info on how Logic “interprets” your MIDI to make visual sense in the score. See all the ways you can “trick” the the system to get your scores looking professional and easy to read. This course is a feature-packed Logic notation masterclass filled with tons of helpful and powerful tips and tricks that can’t be found anywhere else.
So sit back and get ready to learn and laugh as Peter Schwartz explains all the stuff you need to know about Logic Pro X’s Score Editor.
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Thomas wrote on March 12, 2019
It is amazing how exited the author is about Logic's notation cababilities considering how terrible it is compaired to professional notation programs. There is no way a serious music copyist would use Logic. This said, combining Logic's Midi editing features with a professional notation pogram is a great idea, for those that like to play in their parts in real time. The course does not at all cover midi step input, how to re-pitch notes to creat harmony, and other important things. There is also no mention of the terrible desition Apple made when abandoning the global chord symbol track, which added chord symbols automatically by analysing the score. I definitely like Peter's presentation style. Very entertaining.
Istvan wrote on February 5, 2019
The course is not bad. If you are new to the score editor you will learn a lot... It's great for beginners. But if you are looking for the advanced stuff it isn't for you.
John Mears wrote on December 16, 2018
As is Peter for Logic help, this is the MOST useful (and enjoyable) video series I may have ever watched. As someone who works with sheet music each day and is very comfortable with notation programs, I wanted to learn more about what LOGIC PRO X has in that area. Lo and behold it is a lot, and while I cannot forecast myself switching from my primary notation software for engraving purposes, I now know TONS of tricks that actually help me 'produce' music in LPX. Highest recommendations!
Matthew wrote on December 15, 2018
This is such a fantastic course/tutorial. Is so wisely constructed and addresses the the score editor in a concise, clear and practical manner. Most impressive is that he essentially offers the proof of what great work the score editor is capable of. I have more tutorials than I care to mention where the (well meaning) teacher provides the technical knowledge only to not really produce any actual music! He is clearly much more than a computer wiz and great teacher.. at the end of the day he reveals himself to be an outstanding musician and composer who uses the score editor to produce beautiful- pro level scores and gets results that look to my eye as good as or better than any engraving application (which the score editor is not) I music admit that I was intimidated by the score editor- I am very comfortable with notation and love working in Logic but felt I would need to work in a separate application for score notation. Thanks to Maestro Schwarz - I am finding I can do everything and more in Logic X- highly recommended!
Evan wrote on May 2, 2018
One of the best tutorials I have seen period.
Rodders wrote on September 17, 2017
This course is packed with great information on the Score Editor. The main aim for me wathcing this course was to learn about tabbing the guitar. However, not everything was addressed in this area. Especially the flexibilty in moving the same note around the fretboard appears problematic. Would also be beneficial to have a pdf of the key commands used. Overall, I have learnt and incredible amount and my confidence in using the Score Editor in Logic Pro X has skyrocketed.
MAURICE wrote on July 27, 2017
Outstanding. I love this tutorial. And it is clear by the pieces of music used in the examples that Peter is a talented composer. Once again, thank you.
Thomas Jones wrote on March 9, 2017
Peter Schwartz does a phenomenal job covering all there is to know on the score editor in the Logic Pro X Software Program.
Paradigma wrote on September 20, 2016
I am very glad I watched this extensive tutorial, while making notes meanwhile for the parts that seem relevant to the way I intend working with the score editor, including several key commands. Actually, I have never used the score editor (or notation software) before and, while working in the piano roll, I kind of said goodbye to 'formal' musical notation, but not anymore from now on: I look forward to working with it, among other things for having a proper way to have chord symbols and vocal lines and lyrics neatly all together on a printed out sheet. I also see lot of benefits of midi editing within the score editor. A long, intensive course, but very well explained and good to understand. Absolutely worth watching, also when you don't plan using all of the features of the score editor.
Tellmee Moore wrote on July 23, 2016
Mr. Schwartz does an excellent job presenting the course material. His speaking style and the course content go well together. I would, however, prefer to have a course called "Logic's Score Editor for Classical Composers (or something similar). Lesson 1 would show us how to set up an orchestral score and explain all the features needed to create an entire piece using the score editor, primarily. Maybe this could be a new course idea!