Emagic Logic Tips and Tricks

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Course Technology, 2003 - Music - 136 pages
With coverage of the newly released version 6, this incomparable book picks up where Logic's manual and online help leave off. Logic is one of the most popular audio software programs with professionals, and also has a large presence in music education settings. It has close to 900 user-assignable key commands, and making sense of them can be a daunting task. Rather than taking you on a step-by-step tour, it provides tips and insights for getting the most out of each of Logic's structural elements. Each topic covered includes a list of the most useful key commands and their factory default assignments relevant to that particular topic. While aimed at experienced Logic users, those new to the software will also be able to find valuable information that will them save hours of work. There are complete chapters of tips on Midi recording and editing, environment, sample editing and DSP, project manager, and more.

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About the author (2003)

Len Sasso is an experienced writer on computers and music technology. His articles and reviews have appeared in leading music magazines in the U.S. and Europe. Len is the author of several books on the more arcane aspects of synthesis and sequencing, including: The Wizoo Pro Guide to MetaSynth 2.5 (ISBN: 3927954454) and Wizoo Guide Nord Modular (ISBN: 3934903053).

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