Gain Creative Control Of Logic Pro X
In this 6-part intermediate course, ADSR instructor Stephen Ellestad gives you a thorough initiation into creative workflows using Logic Pro X.
If you’ve got the basics of Logic Pro X down and want to kick start your creativity, this course can help you make the most of the technology available. Creative Workflows in Logic Pro X walks you through smart use of key creative tools in Logic Pro X to give you more control over the DAW and arm you with creative techniques you can use to make better music.
A thorough introduction to creative workflow for intermediate users on Logic Pro X
In Creative Workflows in Logic Pro X you will learn how to capitalize on inbuilt features in Logic Pro X as part of a practical and creative music production workflow.
In this course, Stephen Ellestad walks you through the creative use of a number of these tools, including a look at basic key commands, using Take Folders to build out parts and patterns, and using Logic’s Drummer plugin to generate rhythmic patterns for us elsewhere in your track.
You’ll also learn how to shape sounds and write automation with Smart Controls, and how to use Track Stacks to build interesting and multi-layered instruments. Finally, you’ll learn some basic uses of two of Logic’s most common MIDI plugins – Arpeggiator and Chord Trigger.
If you’re looking to improve your productions and develop some creative production skills, this video course is the place to start!
- Over 75 Minutes of professional video instruction
- 6 indepth videos each demonstrating creative techniques for working with Logic Pro X
> Introduction & Overview
> Building Patterns with Take Folders
> Creating Rhythm Parts from Drummer
> Shaping Sounds with Smart Controls
> Layering Sounds with Track Stacks
> Working with Arpeggiator & Chord Trigger
- Learn at your own pace, watch as many times as you need to learn the lessons
Over the course of 75 minutes you will break down the skills, knowledge and techniques you need to improve the way you work with Logic Pro X.
Avoid The Pitfalls
From practical methods for speeding up your workflows to exploration and discussion of common challenges that most producers tend to struggle with. Whether you find it difficult navigating through your sessions effectively; you get stuck with filling out and progressing your arrangements; or perhaps you struggle with how to come up with melodic ideas, chord progressions or ending up with the same kinds of sounds.
Whatever your pain points are, this course will get you working more efficiently and more creatively in Logic Pro X.
About Your Tutor
Stephen Ellestad is a multi-instrumentalist producer, engineer and music educator. He has recorded and performed on bass with a wide range of artists – among them Clyde Stubblefield, Hanah Jon Taylor, Ron Holloway & Merl Saunders – to name just a few.
Alongside his jazz and funk work, Stephen works as a producer and mix engineer at his studio in Northern California, composing instrumental hip-hop, chillout and world influenced downtempo alongside original scores for film & television.
Stephen studied at the Media Institute (Madison, WI) and holds Pro Tools certifications in Music and Audio Post Production. He works extensively in Pro Tools, Logic Pro X, Ableton Live Studio, NI Maschine/Komplete and Celemony Melodyne.