Logic Pro X is an amazing piece of software and unlike some applications isn’t too intimidating for the new user, however the ease with which it can be used using only the mouse can discourage learning key commands which experienced users stand to gain a lot from in terms of the time they can save on a long session.
In this free extract from the Logic Pro X quick start video series with Scott Griffin, Scott demonstrates how using a few simple key commands it is possible to almost never visit the tools menu and avoiding changing tools saves a great deal of time over a long editing session.
Watch the Full Series
Logic Pro X is one of the most advanced and powerful Digital Audio Workstations on the market today. Not only is it an excellent solution for tracking and recording, but it’s extremely powerful sequencer and MIDI editing functionality make it a go to for thousands of producers daily.
In this exclusive pureMix.net Quickstart Series, Logic Pro X Expert, Scott Griffin, guides you from the first time you open the program through to using powerful features such as flex time and flex pitch.
Learn How To
Navigate the Logic Pro X Environment
Edit audio with speed and precision
Fly around the intuitive mixer and learn how Logic can help you finish your mix quickly
Explore the built-in Library, which will help you navigate the vast collection of Logic Pro X’s included instruments and effects.
Use one of the most advanced MIDI editors available today
Craft perfect takes with advanced comping features
Organize your sessions with the Track Stacks feature
Edit the timing of performances with Flex Time
Correct and adjust pitch using Flex Pitch
Add expressive percussion parts and drum tracks with Logic Pro X’s virtual “Drummer”
How To Watch The Full Series
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Learn More Keyboard Shortcuts With A Shortcuts Keyboard
If you would like to learn more keyboard shortcuts but find they don’t “stick” in your workflow consider buying a dedicated shortcuts keyboard. Unlike Pro Tools you can change your keyboard shortcuts to suit your personal preference in Logic but we have long argued for staying with the defaults as they offer a standard making and offer a common language. There are few enough standards in music production as it is these days!
Find out more about the Editors Keys range of backlit shortcut keyboards.