Learn how to use Logic Pro X for mac with our comprehensive and easy to follow weekly video podcasts which will take you from Logic beginner all the way through to an advanced Logic Pro X power user.
3 episodes
since Dec, 2013


In this Logic Pro X tutorial you are going to learn how to play and navigate your projects using the transport controls as well as how to use cycle mode to loop a region or how to convert it to a skip region. If you want to follow along with me, you can download the project file I’m going to be working with from the Chapter 3 section at http://epictutorials.com/epic-guide-to-logic-pro-x-tutorials/ Logic Pro X is available to download from the Mac App Store for $199: http://bit.ly/logic-pro-x Connect with Epic Tutorials and ask us anything: Twitter - http://www.Twitter.com/ReallyEpicTuts Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/EpicTutorialsOfficial Website - http://epictutorials.com Youtube - http://www.youtube.com/epictutorialsdotcom


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