We show you how to get started in the brave new world of Dolby Atmos, using Logic Pro.
Key commands can place even the most obscure Logic Pro features at your fingertips!
We explore some of Logic’s lesser‑known features that you might easily have overlooked and wondered where to find them..
A virtual declutter will massively improve your Logic experience!
Logic Pro X contains everything you need to add high‑quality audio to your videos. Let's find out how...
Giving yourself plenty of headroom when recording will help you get the most out of your plug‑ins and give you greater flexibility when mixing.
New version of Logic Pro X now available; next-gen Apple Silicon MacBook Pros announced.
We explore Logic Pro’s bounce and export options.
Go beyond the pan pot with Logic’s Direction Mixer.
Logic’s Scripter plug‑in opens the doors to powerful custom MIDI manipulation.
We demonstrate how flexible Logic Pro’s MIDI processing tools can be.
How do you export your projects for use in other DAWs? Read on to find out...
Logic’s drum instruments offer powerful ways of laying down percussion and more...
In Auto Sampler, the main features behind the automatic creation of sample sets are presented in a very intuitive fashion and work extremely well...
We explore Remix FX, which brings together many of the real‑time audio processing tools available in Logic under a new streamlined single interface.
It’s not always obvious in Logic Pro X how to go about incorporating hardware into your workflow; we show you how.
Finally, Logic Pro X catches up with, and in many ways improves upon, the step sequencers in other DAWs.
With the introduction of Logic Pro X 10.5, EXS24 has been ‘replaced’ by a plug‑in instrument called Sampler.
Get to grips with Logic 10.5's cells and Scenes.
Here's how to create a convincing double-tracking effect in Logic Pro X.
Apple have described Logic’s move to v10.5 as the biggest update since Logic Pro X, and it's easy to see why.
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