Wow! Apple has packed a lot of new features and enhancements into this Logic Pro X 10.1 release. Join sflogicninja, David Earl, in this FREE first look, as he dives into some of the hottest new additions.
This 10.1 release covers a lot of new ground both functionally and creatively. This 12-tutorial FREE first look, by Logic expert David Earl, gives you a high-level intro to some of the coolest new stuff. From new Drummers and content to powerful, pro automation tools and Piano Roll editing tools, you see them all.
One of the hottest new additions is Drum Machine Designer. This powerful, plugin-like controller allows you to ‘design' the ultimate beat machine. It comes packed with a powerful library and, of course, you can make your own as well! We also love the new Compressor. It not only looks beautiful, it sounds fantastic too... especially with the new vintage addition!
There's so much in this latest release that you can be sure that we are conjuring up some amazing new in-depth courses. But, in the meantime, join David as he takes you on this FREE flyover of Logic's 10.1 update!
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Rucaneando wrote on January 18, 2017
Logic Pro X 10.1's new features and enhancements explored in detail for real.
David Earl, has made a good job to show us some new additions! Thanks!
Vaan wrote on January 21, 2016
Very useful this course about update of Logic Pro. Well explained and very clear in every detail. Good Job.
Alfredo wrote on January 12, 2016
Love the genuine enthusiasm from the teachers. It's encouraging for someone just starting out.
Zahari Schtonov wrote on August 14, 2015
Nice presentation of some of the new enhancements of Logic Pro X. You will very quickly equip yourself with some new techniques that can be useful to you right away. Such as the enhanced Drummer Track, the new Piano Roll, more Automation features that come particularly handy, Alternatives enhancements if you are an advanced user of Logic Pro, VCA faders, and more. The course runs for less than half an hour and it definitely will be worth your time.
Ru Binkis wrote on July 23, 2015
The instructor gets straight to the point with no fillers on this, great overview!
Daniel wrote on June 24, 2015
Buen tutorial de lo nuevo de logic, cosas interesantes para aprender y sacar mejor provecho al programa.
Xabukye wrote on March 23, 2015
Course is quick and concise. However, VCA definition isn't found in Logic Help, isn't found in the course itself, and had to be looked up on the www - where it was found in reference to Pro Tools. Since the "Define VCA" question looks a bit like a trick question (ie, "Amplification" - or - "Automation" ? Hmmmm) it would be best if this abbreviation is spelled out slowly and clearly - that is - tell us what the definition means -- and why knowing that matters. The VCA concept is related to grouping - so the focus should remain with grouping (however much trivia does underscore (like as a mnemonic) a way to remember the actual point) Did enjoy the course! Now taking the big version
Hindie wrote on March 22, 2015
Nice intro to the new features in this version of Logic. Another great one by David.
Brhamester wrote on February 24, 2015
Amazing little tutorial to get you updated and excited with logic new features.
Andrew Taylor wrote on February 20, 2015
Good stuff. Only wish he would have demonstrated the use of the 2 new automation functions (just tug the fader up and down once each). It stood out to me because this issue with volume automation rendering faders unusable has long been a pet peeve and one which I experienced no less than a week ago. I figured it was purposely left out as a tease to get you into the 10.1 in depth course.