Often, there are many ways of achieving the same ends, some more complex than others and some which are not obvious. Logic Pro 9 Tips and Tricks (PC Publishing, $19.95 USD) contains hundreds of useful tips to help you obtain the results you desire. It describes how to perform standard studio techniques such as drum editing and replacement and parallel compression as well as tips to improve your workflow.
The book covers the new features introduced in Logic Pro 9. Manipulate audio timing and tempo with the Flex tool, take advantage of the new latency compensation during recording and mixing, and learn about the new plug-ins like Pedalboard and Amp Designer.
These tips and tricks are culled from author Stephen Bennet's long familiarity with Logic in music production, multimedia work and audio restoration, from his columns for several music technology magazines and from the results of research arising from the many questions he receives from Logic users.
Logic Pro 9 Tips and Tricks will help you utilize the software to the max, while showing you how to:
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Logic Pro 9 Tips and Tricks
Publisher: PC Publishing
By Stephen Bennett
Print ISBN: 9781906005153
Print Price: $19.95
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