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    Apple Logic Pro Training Toronto

    Apple Logic Pro

    Logic Pro puts a complete recording and MIDI production studio on your Mac, with everything a pro musician needs to write, record, edit and mix like never before.

    Where is it?

    Training Boston

    Boston, MA, 02111

    What’s included

    • Free after-class support
    • Hands-on practice throughout
    • Course Certificate
    • Free retake policy

    Why choose us?

    • Small class sizes
    • Top instructors
    • Better practice exercises
    • Free after-class support
    • Money Back guarantee
    Training Boston - Money Back Guarantee
    Most classes are guaranteed to run. Training is available on your choice of Mac or PC.

    Logic Pro X
    2 Days | 9am to 4pm | $1090 PLUS TAX

    Prerequisite: None.

    Compose, record, edit, and mix great-sounding tracks. Get comfortable with the setup and workflow, and then learn how to record audio, MIDI, and virtual instruments. Use samples and Apple Loops, and adjust their time and pitch to suit the song. Learn about editing techniques for both audio and MIDI data.

    Getting Started

    • » the interface
    • » exploring templates
    • » intro to midi
    • » preferences

    Establishing a Workflow

    • » exploring the new main window
    • » working with windows and screensets
    • » controlling playback
    • » getting to know the tools
    • » useful, custom key commands
    • » naming tracks and regions
    • » controlling playback with the iPad app
    • » saving your project

    Making Music with Logic

    • » creating patches
    • » discovering smart controls
    • » working with track ttacks
    • » making beats with ultrabeat
    • » how to create drum parts
    • » customizing drummer tracks
    • » jamming on iPad with logic remote

    Recording MIDI

    • » an introduction to midi recording
    • » recording midi in separate takes
    • » merge recording with midi
    • » working with step input recording
    • » exploring midi plugins: the arpeggiator
    • » exploring midi plugins: chord trigger

    Editing and Arranging MIDI

    • » how to quantize midi performances
    • » editing your performances
    • » using midi draw
    • » alternative midi editing approaches
    • » using the event list

    Samples, Apple Loops, Tempo and Pitch

    • » importing audio
    • » exploring Apple loops
    • » creating Apple loops
    • » adjusting tempos
    • » exploring flex time
    • » working with the groove track
    • » beat mapping your project
    • » importing elements from another project

    Recording Audio

    • » setting up for recording
    • » recording a band
    • » punching in and loop recording with audio
    • » recording multiple takes and comping parts

    Editing and Arranging Audio

    • » working with audio regions
    • » exploring drag modes with audio regions
    • » exploring flex pitch
    • » editing in the audio file editor
    • » arranging projects with arrangement track

    Working with Notation

    • » composing in the score editor
    • » editing in the score editor
    • » creating scores and printing lead sheets

    Working with Picture and to and from FCP

    • » setting up for a sync-video project
    • » scoring music to video
    • » round-tripping with Final Cut Pro

    Working in Surround

    • » surround hardware requirements
    • » using the surround panner

    Mixing and Mastering

    • » setting up for the mix
    • » mapping controls for hands-on mixing
    • » panning
    • » mixing with patches
    • » working with submixes and track stacks
    • » adding reverb and delay to your mix
    • » giving your mix life with automation
    • » recording automation in real time
    • » optimize CPU performance with freeze tracks
    • » mastering with your output fader

    Exporting, Sharing, and Other Workflows

    • » bouncing down your mix
    • » importing from GarageBand and Logic Pro 9
    • » sharing your music


    • Runs on request for 5 or more
    • Number of students

      Preferred date

    Cancellation & Rescheduling Policy


    » All cancellations and rescheduling requests must be made in writing and emailed to

    » Cancellations made more than 10 business days before the course begins qualify for a full refund less a $75 administration fee.

    » Cancellations made less than 10 business days before the course begins are not eligible for a refund but classes may be rescheduled.

    » Cancellations made within 48 hours of the start time are not eligible for a refund and may not be rescheduled.

    » We are not able to offer refunds or rescheduling for no-shows or uncompleted courses.


    » Rescheduling requests made 10 days before the course begins are free. Rescheduling that takes place less than 10 days before the course begins will incur a $75 administration fee. We do not charge for student substitutions at any time.

    » While we make every effort to deliver classes as scheduled, we reserve the right to reschedule previously confirmed classes for a variety of reasons including but not exclusively, the illness of the Trainer. In such cases, we will inform the Client as soon as possible of the new dates.