Quick Start your Logic Pro X experience with these tutorials.

Logic-Pro-X-MacPro-and-Lynda

Today’s release of Logic Pro X may have take me by surprise, but not the fine people at MacProVideo or at Lynda. They both released same-day courses for Apple’s new DAW. Both are likely worth the price of admission when it comes to a program of this depth, but here are links to the free stuff:

What’s New In Logic X Pro

MacProVideo video offers up about 45-minutes of free video covering the new features. Steve Horelick does a fine job demoing and explaining some of the more impressive features such as the new iPad-based Logic Remote, Flex Pitch, MIDI FX, Drum Kit Designer, Track Stacks, Retro Synth, and more.

Logic Pro X New Features

Lynda.com allows non-members to watch these three samples of their new LPX course. Dot Bustelo offers a more step-by-step approach to getting students going quickly.

And more…

No doubt that there will soon me a plethora of user-created tutorials all over YouTube. Found some you like? Let me know about them and I will add them to this article.

SFLogicNinja

David Earl, composer/producer and Logic Studio guru, presents a rapid fire 20 minutes on cool new not-to-be-missed features in LPX. Also look for David’s in-depth work on several MacProVideo tutorials.

Jim Dalrymple

Jim (The Loop) has been following Apple and its products for the last 17 years. He has been a guitar player for 20 years and records music  using GarageBand, Logic, Pro Tools, Cubase, Line 6, Native Instruments, IK Multimedia, ToonTrack, FXPansion and a host of other applications. Here is his walkthrough of the impressive new Logic Drummer.

Logic-Cafe

Not every tutorial needs to be an extensive all-inclusive video. The Logic Cafe offers bite-size info blasts on details that are easy to miss. Their pieces are well illustrated in a thoughtful step-by-step manner. Check out this tip at www.logic-cafe.com  and “never hit a wrong note again.”

Sonic Academy

Chris Agnelli of Sonic Academy is on the spot. Only a few hours after release they have several first look videos up, including this one exploring MIDI Effects and the Arpeggiator.

Dan Allen

Dan is a filmmaker in the UK. In this video he walks us through a Final Cut Pro X workflow for mixing and editing video soundtracks utilizing the new XML import/export features of Logic Pro X. Dan usually focuses on Final Cut tutorials, but promises a more in-depth look at FCPX/LPX integration soon, and more LPX tutorials if requested. Yes, please.

UPDATE – Aug 6, 2013

Groove 3

The crew at Groove3 is passionate about music technology. Apple Certified Pro Eli Krantzberg has created a 5-hour comprehensive Logic Pro X course. There is about 20-minutes of preview lessons explaining FlexPitch, using Apple Loops, and exploring various inspectors. Or, just pay the $15 bucks for a month of access to over 600 hours of their training videos. Looks like a good deal to me.

As president of Tracy Evans Productions, Inc. for over 18 years Tracy splits his time between being an animator, director, producer, stage magician, graphic designer, art director, programmer, editor, consultant, speaker and writer of third-person autobiographical blurbs.

5 Comments on "Quick Start your Logic Pro X experience with these tutorials."

  1. Rounik says:

    Hi Tracy,

    Thanks for mentioning macProVideo’s Free Video course covering the new features if Logic Pro X.

    We also released 5 in depth Logic Pro X video courses on the same day covering features like Flex Pitch, Drummer & Drum Kit Designer, Arpeggiator, Smart Controls & Logic Remote!! We have more in production.

    http://www.macprovideo.com/logic

    If you’d like to review any if these courses let me know!

    Best
    Rounik

  2. Rounik says:

    Hi Tracy,

    Thanks for mentioning macProVideo’s Free Video course covering the new features if Logic Pro X.

    We also released 5 in depth Logic Pro X video courses on the same day covering features like Flex Pitch, Drummer & Drum Kit Designer, Arpeggiator, Smart Controls & Logic Remote!! We have more in production.
    http://www.macprovideo.com/logic

    If you’d like to review any if these courses let me know!

    • Tracy Evans says:

      Thanks for the comment Rounik. I am a MacProVideo subscriber this month and am going through the other courses now. I particularly like the work that David Earl did on the Drummer & Drum Kit Designer series. Looking forward to more from you guys!

  3. Rounik says:

    Thanks Tracy!

    Appreciate the mention 🙂

    Thought I should say that we had about 7 hours worth of Logic Pro X tutorials up within 2 hours of the official release 😉

    Hope you enjoy the courses… if you’d like to review any of our titles let me know! 🙂

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