Muska Lipman Users Guide to Logic Audio 5

Users Guide to Logic Audio 5 - Reference Book

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Muska Lipman

"Users’ Guide to Logic Audio 5" uses a step-by-step logical approach to help musicians learn the features of Emagic’s Logic Audio 5 so they can make great music. Author Stephen Bennett shows readers how to install the program on a Mac or PC, record audio and MIDI, use Logic’s editors and plug-ins, and take advantage of a number of tips and tricks. In short, this book is all anyone needs to get up and running with Logic Audio 5.

Features

Optimize and customize the Logic Environment to make recording, editing and mixing audio and MIDI more easy, flexible and fun
Choose and install an audio interface
Use the Hyper editor to set up a “Drum Editor” or graphically edit several MIDI controllers simultaneously
Create, edit and print out scores and lead sheets with the help of the Score editor
Run a movie in sync with Logic Audio



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"Users’ Guide to Logic Audio 5" uses a step-by-step logical approach to help musicians learn the features of Emagic’s Logic Audio 5 so they can make great music. Author Stephen Bennett shows readers how to install the program on a Mac or PC, record audio and MIDI, use Logic’s editors and plug-ins, and take advantage of a number of tips and tricks. In short, this book is all anyone needs to get up and running with Logic Audio 5.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Installing Emagic Logic Audio
Chapter 3 - Getting Started with Logic Audio
Chapter 4 - Using Logic Audio
Chapter 5 - The Score Editor
Chapter 6 - The Environment
Chapter 7 - The Arrange Page
Chapter 8 - The Event List Editor
Chapter 9 - The Matrix Editor
Chapter 10 - The Transport Bar
Chapter 11 - The Hyper Editor
Chapter 12 - Key Commands
Chapter 13 - The Sample Editor and Audio Window
Chapter 14 - Plug-ins and Virtual Instruments
Chapter 15 - Choosing and Installing an Audio Interface
Chapter 16 - Mixing, Mastering and Automation
Chapter 17 - Other Useful Logic Audio Information
Appendix A - Logic Audio Menus
Appendix B - Preferences and Song Settings
Appendix C - Glossary
Appendix D - Logic Audio and the Internet
Appendix E - About Audio Files
Appendix F - Choosing a Computer for Logic Audio


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