Music has always been center stage in Apple's Product line. Think iPod, and you can see why Apple's interested in making it easier for artists to create music.
But Apple is also into video, and Final Cut Pro is sweeping the competition aside, making Apple the dominant player in both the audio production and video editing markets.
With this in mind, it's no wonder Apple has spent a lot of time on Logic's video scoring functions. You can open Movies directly in Logic, change tempo to match scene breaks, and even adjust timecode offset to ensure your audio always matches your video, frame for frame.
But what's a movie without that bigscreen surround sound? If you have Logic Pro, you can score surround soundtracks right inside Logic. There's nothing holding you back from creating huge moving picture sound ... these videos show you how!
Click the link below to see precisely what's on offer by reading the table of contents.
I have been always a fan of checking those old tutorials, there's just so much information that isn't passed in the future tutorials. I recommend to go back in time to understand how and why the features changed as techniques are replaced but there's always a revival.
warrick wrote on April 22, 2009
I have never even seen this version of logic.
Gary Abildgard wrote on November 2, 2008
The Logic 7 tutorials are easily as good in Logic 8.
Making a Proxy Movie is a very useful skill. I could make a small movie of my hands playing a difficult Guitar solo and one of my students could play it back on any Mac or PC. that has the FREE Quick-Time Player.
Some people have a close friend who has a degree and they don't mind talking shop on their day off. The rest of us have macProVideo.
Michael Canfield wrote on April 25, 2008
Martin, I am new to video editing and was hopping for something a litle more stepwise and simpler. Having downloadable examples would be useful. Chunk size of each lesson is short.
john l tumminello wrote on March 29, 2008
I was really hoping that you would show a actual project being put together. I guess i was hoping to learn more about hit points. how to time your music to an already edited video. it was very gerneral and vague on how to put music to video. I did learn some new tricks with logic but i was looking for alittle more.
Ryan Cavanagh wrote on January 22, 2008
A great way to get started editing music to video!
odd joar helden wrote on September 10, 2007
I realy enjoyed watching the MacPro videos. Looking forward to download more Logic- lessons from your website .
Barry Danielian wrote on August 21, 2007
I'm a long time logic user. Most of my gigs are composing-arrangig-producing-playig. I just got my first gig scoring a documentary. Hence my purchase....the turorial had me up and running and you predicted many of the questions I had and addressed them in a "to the point" manner.
Hats off for another great video!!
How about a score tutorial?!