Customising Logic Pro X
Logic Pro X is one of the most flexible DAWs available, you can even customise different aspects of the DAW to suit your production style and workflows.
In this exclusive ADSR course, instructor Stephen Ellestad walks you through some of the ways you can use this flexibility to your advantage.
You’ll learn how to customise Logic Pro X to suit the way you work, including ways to adapt or configure the user interface, preferences & project settings, your Library and much more. Also covered are methods for using Logic’s powerful Screensets feature to create specialised workspaces tailored to your needs, as well as working with templates to put all these customised features at your fingertips!
All The Flexibility And Features Of Logic Pro X At Your Fingertips!
Take a look at how you can modify Logic Pro X with the end goal of making the way you work with the DAW faster, more intuitive and and ultimately more creative. By looking at the way your interface is set up, your key commands, the templates and so on you’ll also begin to understand how to make Logic Pro X work for you and your production style.
If you’re looking to improve the way you work with Logic Pro X and come out with a more personalised experience, this course is for you!
- 55 minutes of professional video instruction
- 7 indepth videos each demonstrating essential aspects of customising Logic Pro X
> Course Introduction and Power Mix Overview
> Customising the Basic LPX Interface
> Customising LPX with Key Commands
> Customising LPX Prefs & Project Settings
> Working with Screensets
> Working with the Library, Plugins & Presets
> Customising & Building LPX Templates
- Learn at your own pace, watch as many times as you need to learn the lessons
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.