5 Free Logic Pro X Video Tutorials You Should Watch
Our friends at lynda.com uploaded 5 brand new free Logic Pro video tutorials worth watching, with numerous creative tips on how to pack drum loops in a Take Folder, how to use Varispeed to experiment with your project’s tempo, how to make stutter vocal effects by using the side chaining feature in Ultrabeat, and more.
Free Logic Pro X Video Tutorial: How to Make Stutter Vocal Effects
To create vocal stutter effects in Logic Pro X, you’ll use one sound as a control source (Ultrabeat) to affect the rhythm of another sound (a vocal) through side chaining. Dot shows you how to set this up in Logic Pro X.
Free Logic Pro X Tutorial: Packing Drum Loops into a Take Folder
In this free video tutorial, lynda.com author Dot Bustelo shows you how to pack drum loops into a take folder and select the best parts from all the separate takes.
Free Logic Pro X Video Tutorial: Creating Gate Effects with Slicing Flex Mode
Learn how to create gate effects with the Slicing Flex mode in this free Logic Pro X video tutorial. The Slicing Flex mode allows you to perform flex editing without applying time compression or expansion to the original audio.
Free Logic Pro X Video Tutorial: Using Varispeed to Experiment with Tempo
Experiment quickly and easily with the tempo of your audio mix to find the tempo that works best using Logic Pro X’s Varispeed feature. In this free Logic Pro X video tutorial, Dot Bustelo explains how to use this feature.
Free Logic Pro X Video Tutorial: Going Deeper into Arpeggiator
In this free video tutorial, you get to learn how to lock arpeggios into a groove using Logic Pro X’s Arpeggiator MIDI FX plug-in and explore how to create some unique textures.
All tutorials are excerpts from the “Making Beats in Logic Pro X” course by lynda.com author Dot Bustelo. The complete course is 4 hours and 10 minutes and walks you through every aspect of basic drum programming in Logic Pro X, including choosing the right drum kit, recording, quantization, sampling, and slicing as well as using the new Logic Pro X beat-making features of Drummer and Arpeggiator.
More info on pricing, and an introduction to this Logic Pro X course can be found at: