Logic's power as an audio editing program rests not just in its awesome abilities to edit MIDI and raw waveforms to create sound, but also in the suite of built in DSP effects that come bundled with your installation.
This program provides essential information about dynamics processing that will help make all of your mixes sparkle. Learn the tricks to Gating, Compression, limiting and expanding sounds to make them as big in the mix as possible.
Steve also covers reverbs, delays, and many of Logic's other built-in DSP effects. In fact, if you ask me, the sections on Vocoding and using the Space Designer are enough to justify getting this tutorial program ... this is essential information no logic user should be without!
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Paul wrote on February 9, 2015
Great overview of Logic Pro's most salient plugins for the main man Steve H. Although this course was produced in Logic 7, apart from GUI aesthetics all knowledge and techniques can be easily transferred to newer versions of Logic, or any other DAW for that matter.
On a personal note, I am really disappointed 'The Igorizer' was discontinued in Logic 7 :-P
Anthony wrote on November 12, 2013
An excellent idea having a course for all of Logic's plug-ins. It does give an absolutely fantastic overview; and although it was created a while back, it is timeless & even applicable in Logic Pro X.
Bernardo wrote on September 20, 2013
The course is amazing, u can't really find any recent tutorial that explain the plug-ins basics for people that are starting to work with DAWS, should have a remake thought for the new generations!
Alexander Lindo wrote on July 16, 2013
Excellent overview of the plugins included with Logic Pro. This tutorial will give you a better understanding of the plugins, which in turn will save you a lot of time and money.
xlm wrote on February 28, 2010
A good overview of a broad range of Logic's plugins. Highly recommended for beginner Logic users. It serves as an excellent demystifying process for all those Logic plugin UIs. It is also a good introduction to EQ and Dynamics in Logic, which is very important.
Earnest Robinson wrote on October 2, 2009
Very good overview, well worth the Money!
kELTON WADE wrote on September 17, 2009
I'm very happy with my purchase... it's well put together quality and details. My eyes are open even more now and my friends are also very satisfied with their purchases. Please keep up the good works and thanks for helping us who don't have the time to read manuals..
Robert Gillespie wrote on April 15, 2009
Very useful and entertaining. I find I go back to this tutorial whenever I need to brush up on the Logic plugs.
It would have been good to see a full mixing and mastering session tackled using the logic plugs.
tony hall wrote on April 5, 2009
explains the mysteries of vital audio tools very well to simplify the process and using hands-on real time examples (as all your tutorials) really opens the information up.
All of your tutorials lack just one thing; an index. Sometimes I get to a point and think, "ahh, thats in a tutorial somewhere" I then waste all the time your tutorials save me in Logic looking for a small piece of info, how to close something or similary stupid!
Seems a bit old this one so it won't make a 5!
Darren Banks wrote on April 5, 2009
really enjoyed the videos. Found them very helpful and although some may find the "first principles" approach unhelpful, for me it gave me a ggod place to start with the plug ins, most of which i have already been using for about a year.
One irritation however was the use of the logic 7 style of plug in. I am using logic pro 8 and the styling is quite different, particularly the multipressor (which was the plug-in upon which my purchase was aimed).