Poll – How Reliable Is Your Logic Pro X System?

Written by Danski on . Posted in Announcements

Logic Pro X Reliability

Yesterday on Pro Tools Expert, Pro Tools users have been polled and it seems like there’s a lot of problems. At all the Expert sites, we would like to see if this is the same across all major DAW’s. So, regardless of what kind of Mac you’re using to run Logic Pro X, how reliable would you say your Logic Pro X system is?

Take the poll, and of course comments are welcome:

Logic Pro From A to Z – D is for Duplicate, Delay, and Delete

Written by Eli Krantzberg on . Posted in Logic Pro X Tips

d is for duplicate delay delete

Densely populated arrangements often contain repetitions of the same content at various places along the timeline and/or on different instruments. The use of aliases and copy/paste functions, like we looked at in the last few articles, are two very powerful methods of repeating needed events or regions where needed. But Logic Pro also has several other methods.

Logic Pro From A to Z – C is for Controlling Complexity

Written by Eli Krantzberg on . Posted in Logic Pro X Tips

c is for controlling complexity

Creating carefully crafted arrangements is what Logic Pro is all about. Clearly it has a plethora of tools to help us with this process. One of the most fundamental aspects of computing, using the clipboard’s copy and paste functions, has myriads of uses and applications in Logic Pro. Regions in the main area, notes in the MIDI editors, presets, settings, markers, tempo, and signature events can all be copied using the key command C. Doing this places them in Logic Pro’s invisible clipboard, available for pasting at new locations or positions in the timeline.

pureMix Masterclass at Flux Studios NYC

Written by Danski on . Posted in Offbeat

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Attention New York City! Famous producer/engineer Fab Dupont (Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Bon Jovi, Marc Anthony, Nat King Cole) will show 16 attendees how to record and mix a full band and how to improve their engineering skills on August 16th and 17th at Flux Studios. 16 seats are available. The masterclass has been designed for intermediate to advanced level engineers and producers.

Logic Pro From A to Z – A is for Alias

Written by Eli Krantzberg on . Posted in Logic Pro X Tips

A is for Alias

“All the Things You Are”. It’s a well-known tin pan alley song by Jerome Kern in the key of Ab. It’s also what I plan to write about concerning Logic Pro. All the things it is to me. “All the Things You Are” is also a phrase that begins with the letter A. And that is the format I will be using in an ongoing 26 part series of posts about Logic Pro. An alphabetarium. The letters of Logic Pro. Each post starting with and focusing on a different letter of the alphabet. I’ll try and include some features and/or tips with each post. But it will primarily be my ode to Logic Pro, one letter at a time. So let’s get started…