• $39.99

Publisher Description

This is the Rough Cut version of the printed book.

Completely revised and updated for Logic Pro X, this Apple-certified guide shows you how to record, produce, and polish music files with Apple’s professional audio software. Veteran music producer David Nahmani’s step-by-step, instructions teach you everything from basic music creation to advanced production techniques using Logic’s software synthesizers, samplers, and digital signal processors. Learn about all of the key features in Logic Pro X including Flex Pitch, Drummer, Drum Kit Designer, Track Stacks, MIDI Effects, and more. Using the book’s online files and Logic Pro X, you’ll begin making music in the first lesson. Whether you’re looking to use your computer as a digital recording studio, create musical compositions, or transfer that song in your head into music you can share, this comprehensive book will show you how.
 Lesson and media files available online
 Focused lessons take you step-by-step through professional, real-world projects
 Accessible writing style puts an expert instructor at your side
 Ample illustrations and keyboard shortcuts help you master techniques fast
 Lesson goals and time estimates help you plan your time
 Chapter review questions summarize what you’ve learned and prepare you for the Apple Certifi ed Pro Exam

GENRE
Computers & Internet
RELEASED
2013
December 18
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
553
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pearson Education
SELLER
Pearson Education Inc.
SIZE
42.8
MB

Customer Reviews

kbdiego ,

Cost too much

60% the cost with kindle or paper back — that is crazy

mentholiptus ,

Great guide, ridiculous price

Why is the electronic version $20 more expensive than the printed version? Insane. I would have much rather bought it for my iPad. C'mon Apple...it a book on your pro audio app in your bookstore. What are you thinking?

Kenny Saskatchewanobie ,

Logic Pro X

The author introduces and explains the controls and capabilities of this great audio engineering powerhouse. Presented in an organized fashion, bringing contextual meaning in light of the actual workflow needed to produce balanced and well-directed, solo or orchestral music. For the student, musician or audio professional, for the pursuit of music for stage or screen production, this book covers the groundwork needed to achieve understanding and success at both the performance and production level in the field of music and audio production.

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