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Logic Pro Tuition and Training

Covid-19 Update

During this period I continue with on-line support and tuition. These are the only ways that I am currently working. For support I am using Chrome Remote Desktop (or Screen Sharing for Mac) in conjunction with either FaceTime, Skype or Zoom. Please use one of the links below for details of how to contact me.

While this is the case, lessons can be as short or as long as you need. From 10 minutes to a few hours. I will only charge for the time that I spend on helping you out. I don't go much over 2 hours in general because it can be too intense in terms of the amount of information you may be trying to take in and I find it better to break lessons up in to more manageable chunks. Call or email me for an appointment.


The links above cover the other areas that I can help you with.

Whatever version of Logic Pro or the older versions you use, I can provide you with the training you need to understand how to use Logic and make the most of your software and hardware.

I can help you with setting up your system if you are starting from scratch or with specific problems or questions.

How do you set up soundcards/drivers to get the best from them.

Logic is currently only available for Mac OS but I can still help you if you have version 4 or 5 on Windows.

I can help you understand the difference between Audio, Audio Instruments and MIDI Instruments.

I have a lesson plan set up to cover all the things you need to know so if you need one lesson to cover a specific area or a block to learn from scratch I can help.

Logic Studio (V8) included Soundtrack Pro, Waveburner and MainStage. I will help you get the best out of these.

If you need more information about Logic Pro or any of its related products please follow this link to Apple

Like to know more? Please click here to get details of how to contact me.

Lessons - some areas covered

Logic Pro X Mixer

Installations and set up.

Basics of use. Recording and editing MIDI and audio.

How to use Drummer in Logic Pro X.

Setting up drivers understanding inputs and outputs to soundcards.

Logic Environment for older versions - Setting up multi instruments in the Environment. Creating Arpegiators etc.


Compression, reverb and many other effects.

Use of EXS24. How to set up your own sampler instruments.

Arrange page tips, editing MIDI and audio parts.

Tempo matching.

Sample Editing and fixing pops and clicks. It can be done... on some occasions.

Synchronization - Using external hardware as the master or as a slave.

Key commands and how to get your control surface working with Logic.

Logic 8 and TRacks

How to use Spectrasonics virtual instruments such as Stylus.

What is a multi output instrument? How to make the most of them.

How to install Audio unit compatible effects and instruments.

Recording into Logic via MOTU 828 and TL Audio Valve compressor. Routing signal and then Recording. How to get the best out of your equipment.

Setting up external MIDI instruments.

Timestretching and Pitchshifting.

Recording and routing MIDI using external processors and Synths such as the Voyager by Bob Moog. Also to other computer systems via MIDI and ADAT.

Running Logic through a Yamaha 01V and dealing with some of the problems associated with this.

Synchronization with external recorders.

And much, much more...

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