- Jan 18th, 2017
Logic Pro X 10.3 is here and so is Steve H with a detailed look at what's new. Our friends at Apple have been busy creating all kinds of cool features. So see what's new in Apple's LPX 10.3 in this FREE, laser-focussed course!
It's mid-January and to us Logic Pro users that means one thing: A new version of our favorite DAW is here and this release has some really great new features! Steve H, our veteran Logic expert (and publisher/partner of our company) is here with a detailed look at some of the big and exciting additions:
-Sidechaining Instrument Tracks
-New region editing graphics
-MIDI FX mapping directly to FX and Instrument plugins
-Selection-based processing of audio regions
-Real stereo panning
-64 bit summing
-Touch Bar support
So see What's New in Logic Pro X 10.3 with Steve H and get ready to explore and produce with its cool new features. And most of all: Continue making great music with Logic Pro!
For a full list of the topics covered, see the Tutorial Outline
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As always... this is a great overview of new features of the new version of Logic. Fast and to the point.
It's so nice to have a fly-over course at or near the launch date to help us get up and running fast!
Gets straight to the points you need to know. Looking forward to hear what 64it summing sounds like.
I've always enjoyed MacProVideo Courses and this is no exception. The instructor is easy to listen to, the course is planned, (try that on some amateur youtube video), and the information is presented in an easy to understand manner.
Clear, very effective, useful. Probably the best "What's new in Logic Pro 10.3" available.
As usual, Steve knows how to go over the new features in a very concise delivery approach. I love the tone of his voice and I get excited as much as he does with the new features of Logic Pro 10.3. The new features look awesome. The one that is going to help me out a lot is the zoom to fit horizontally. HUGE time saver when composing music. The alternative tracks is an incredible feature. I don't know how many times I want to vary a bass line and have to use the Mute and create new tracks that get tedious. Now I can have a collection of variations and choose the one that best fits. I am also impressed that this video came out in only a few days of the update. That is why I subscribe to macPro Video. The best tutorials out there on the web.
As usual, Steve gives an excellently concise high level view of new features in this version of Logic. Thanks Steve!