Learn the basics of producing music with Apple’s Logic Pro digital audio workstation. Since its introduction by Emagic in the 1990s, Logic software has become a favorite platform among musicians and music creators everywhere. Today’s Logic Pro features an intuitive interface that is easy for beginners to learn while also offering deep functionality and robust audio and MIDI features that meet the needs of the most advanced user.
Logic Pro 101 and the included online media files will guide you through the fundamentals of music production, including:
Mastering these essential skills is the first step toward becoming a Logic Pro expert. Logic Pro 101 includes exercises and projects and uses a tried and tested approach that has proven successful in certification programs worldwide.
Ryan Rey is a composer, guitarist, educator, and San Francisco native. He teaches courses in Logic Pro X, music theory, piano, and sound for picture at Pyramind; studio recording and AV technology at Diablo Valley College; and a variety of subjects online through Pyramind’s Mentorship Network. Rey is currently director of the concert series Seventh Avenue Performances. He is also on the board of directors for Ninth Planet. Rey plays guitar and has composed for production music library CrimeSonics.
Harry Gold is a Bay Area-based blues and jazz guitarist, pianist, arranger, and singer. He is also an audio engineer and an Avid Certified Instructor for Pro Tools and Sibelius. Gold works as an adjunct professor at Academy of Art University, where he teaches classes in Logic, Pro Tools, music production, score preparation, arranging, and composition. He also operates Fools Gold Studios in Berkeley, California.