Desktop Music Production for Mac or equivalent knowledge or experience. Some prior experience with Logic is required, including recording MIDI and audio. Students should have a basic ability to create music productions, including and a working knowledge of musical terms and concepts, such as basic chords and scales.
Completely revised and updated for Logic Pro 9 and Logic Express 9, 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. Using the book's DVD files and either Logic Pro 9 or Logic Express 9, 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/DVD combo will show you how.
This Apple-certified guide, reconceived for Logic's new interface, uses all-new projects and media files to show you how to record, produce, and polish your musical creations with Apple's professional audio software.
Web browser: Firefox 3.0 or higher, Safari 3.0 or higher
Flash Player: current version
QuickTime Player: current version
Logic Pro 8 or 9
Note: Logic Express is not supported in this course.
OS X 10.5 or higher
1GB of RAM (2GB or more highly recommended)
QuickTime 7.2 or later
DVD drive for installation
7GB to install all applications and required content
Additional 39GB to install all optional content (large content packages can be installed on separate disk)
Audio interface with at least one mic input and stereo output