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  • Scott
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    Joined: Aug 14th, 2007
    Further Exploration of Logic Studio 8
    Their of course is a great deal to Mastering Logic/getting your head around the vast number of ways to approach Logic Studio 8. Their are many of us that would still like to see covered/explored such as: ⢠MainStage (setting up, how it might benifit your work flow) ⢠The Score Notation functions within Logic (how to navagate within it, and using it to enhance the work flow? ) ⢠Perhaps inviting a Special guest such as: Jeff Rona- Film-Score Composer extrodinare. ⢠More work with plug-ins that Logic come with, as well as 3rd party such as "Waves" and their advantages. ⢠Martin has done some excellent tutorials on Setting up for a session with live recording, wouldn't it be great if we could see some further work done with setting up complex drum work, precussion, so that a composer/musician can have great bed of drums, to begin his/her composition with a pop, rock and of course jazz fusion environmens. Maybe talk about further Bass sounds how to use them in accordance with various styles of music? I look forward in seeing further feedback from the community, and comments from Martin, Steve H.,David Dvorin etc. Scott
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: Further Exploration of Logic Studio 8
    Hi Scott, Thanks for the suggestions! Have you checked out the announcement for Logic 303: TNT (part 2): [url]http://www.macprovideo.com/tutorial/logic8303tnt2[/url] It looks like some of the TNT2 will focus on the Score Window, and go more in depth to Logic's plug-ins and 3rd party plug-ins too. I'm moving this thread to the [i]Suggested Training[/i] sub forum. Cheers Rounik
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