I recently started getting up to speed on Logic Pro. I’m no strangers to DAWs. I have Cubase on my Windows Desktop , have used CakeWalk, and Reaper and actually used Logic before it was purchased by Apple. Anyhow, I thought I get re-acquainted the best way I know how and so I downloaded the Logic Pro book to my kindle on my Mac Mini and dived into through chapter 1.
Chapter 1 takes one through a tour that touches on most of the day to day interfaces by building a song via loops, then putting a quick mix and finally bouncing to a stereo mix as a mp3 file.
Here are the goals for Lesson 1 i.e. as taken from the book:
- Browse, preview, and use loops
- Edit regions and create an arrangement
- Navigate and zoom in the
- Arrange area
- Use effect and software instrument plug-ins
- Mix down and export to MP3
Here’s that mix: