Apple Logic Pro 8: Essentials Training

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Overview Join Patrick Copeland, veteran audio engineer, as he gives you a comprehensive look at each aspect of Apple Logic …


Join Patrick Copeland, veteran audio engineer, as he gives you a comprehensive look at each aspect of Apple Logic Pro 8. The QuickStart Overview gives you the needed edge to be up and running quickly. With its acclaimed power and flexibility for writing, recording, and producing music, it is easy to see why many audio professionals make Logic their weapon of choice in the studio.

Learning with Study 365 has many advantages. The course material is delivered straight to you and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand.

This course is comprised of professional learning material, all delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months).

  • Who is it for?
  • Course outline
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  • Job seekers
  • Graduates
  • Students
  • Music Students
  • Singers
  • Music Producers 

This course is comprised of the following topics:

  • Module 01: Quickstart
  • Module 02: Installation and Hardware Setup
  • Module 03: Personalizing Logic
  • Module 04: The Arrange Window
  • Module 05: The Top Menu
  • Module 06: The Lists Area
  • Module 07: The Media Area
  • Module 08: Using Apple Loops
  • Module 09: Getting Audio Into the Arrange Window
  • Module 10: Editing Audio Tracks
  • Module 11: Editing MIDI Tracks
  • Module 12: Using Channel Strips and the Mixer
  • Module 13: Track Automation
  • Module 14: Global Tracks Beats From Regions
  • Module 15: Quicktime Movies
  • Module 16: The Bounce Window
  • Module 17: Import/Export
  • Module 18: The Environment
  • Module 19: Advanced Tempo
  • Module 20: Advanced MIDI Processing
  • Module 21: Surround Sound
  • Module 22: Logic Studio Wrap-Up

From the day you purchase the course, you will have 12 months access to the online study platform. As the course is self-paced you can decide how fast or slow the training goes, and are able to complete the course in stages, revisiting the training at any time.

At the end of the course, you will have one assignment to be submitted (you need a mark of 65% to pass) and you can submit the assignment at any time. You will only need to pay £19 for assessment and certification when you submit the assignment. You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days if you have successfully passed.

Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate for Apple Logic Pro 8: Essentials Training.

Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT. 

Gain a comprehensive understanding and knowledge of Apple Logic Pro 8 by studying this course. Professionals tend to mostly use this when considering their work in the studio since the extensive level of power and flexibility for writing, recording, and producing music is useful for them. A career with bright prospects await you with the completion of this course. According to, some of the key job positions along with the average UK salary per annum you can go for after completing this course will be as follows.

  • Music Producer - £25,025 per annum
  • Musician or Singer - £26,036 per annum
  • Music Teacher - £27,920 per annum

Patrick Copeland is, yet another, musical renaissance man. His diverse credits makes him a much sought after composer and producer. Patrick owns and operates his own studio in Southern California where he does Audio Post Production, Film and TV Scoring, Sound Design, Music Production and serves as the Resident Musical Director and Sound Designer for the Covina Center for the Performing Arts. His long list of credits include: “Flushed Away”, “Snoop Dogg’s Hood of Horror”, “Cat in the Hat”, “Shrek 2” and numerous other film, TV and stage productions.


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Course Curriculum

Free Introduction
Apple Logic Pro 8 Essentials Training FREE 00:04:37
1: Quickstart
1. Create a New Project, Different Track Types, Preferences
2. The Arrange Window
3. Adding Audio and MIDI Loops
4. Transposing and Adding Virtual Instruments
5. Using Locators and Automation
6. Mixing and Exporting
2: Installation and Hardware Setup
1. What’s In The Box and Installing the Software
2. Audio/MIDI Setup and Hard Disk Utilities
3: Personalizing Logic
1. Logic Global Preferences, Project Handling, Editing, Cycle, Catch, Caps Lock Key
2. Logic Audio Preferences, Devices, General, Sample Editor, Surround, MP3, Reset Nodes, Logic Preferences, MIDI, Display, Score, V
3. Logic Project Settings, Synchronization, Metronome, Recording, Tuning, Audio, MIDI, Score, Video, Assets
4. Key Commands, Presets, Import-Export, Creating A List, Customizing
4: The Arrange Window
1. Tool Bar, Tool Menu
2. Local Menu Part 1, Snap-Drag
3. Local Menu Part 2, Edit, Track, MIDI, Region, Audio, View, Hide-Show, Link
4. The Arrange Area Part 1, The Track List, Adding New Tracks, Using The Library
5. The Arrange Area Part 2, Mixer, Sample Editor, Piano Roll, Score, Hyper Editor, Zoom Control, Marquee Selection, Locators
6. The Arrange Window Inspector Part 1, Parameter Box, Region Parameters
7. The Arrange Window Inspector Part 2, The Channel Strip, Track Parameters
8. The Arrange Window Transport, Playback Controls, Playback Positioning, Locator Points, Tempo Setting, Project Length, Time Signa
5: The Top Menu
1. File, New, Open, Close-Close Project, Saving Options, Project Settings
2. Options, Audio, Step Input Keyboard, Event Float, Project Information, Send to MIDI
3. Screensets, Creating, Duplicate, Rename, Delete, Lock, Revert to Saved
4. Help, PDF Manuals, Logic Pro Support, On-Line Forums
6: The Lists Area
1. Logic Lists Overview, Event List, Marker List, Tempo List, Signature List
2. The Event List, Buttons, Edit, Function, View, Filter-Create Buttons, Quantize, Tools
3. The Marker List, Link Button, Creating, Editing Fonts, Marker Global Track, Tools
4. The Tempo List, Create, Frame Rate, Tools, Operations, Curves, Alternatives, Tempo Global Track
5. The Signature List, Edit, Options, Create Time Signature, Create Key Signature, Curves, Linking Windows
7: The Media Area
1. The Audio Bin, Audio File Menu, Edit, View, File List, File Type Icons, Playback, Cycle and Volume
2. The Loop Browser, View, Signature, Display Buttons, Scale Selector, Browse-Search Filter, Loop List, Song Key
3. The Presets Library, Logic Effects Presets, Logic Instruments Presets, Sharing Libraries
4. The Media Browser, Location Buttons, Display Buttons, Search Field, Action Menu
8: Using Apple Loops
1. Audio Loops, MIDI Loops, Drag and Drop and Follow Tempo Checkbox
2. Create Your Own Apple Loops, Metadata, Transient Markers, Save As….
9: Getting Audio Into the Arrange Window
1. Drag and Drop, Audio Bin, Sample Rate Conversion
2. Region Management, Graphic View, Color Palette
3. Record Set-Up, Live Recording, Replace Mode
4. Cycle Record, Editing Take Folders, Comp Regions
10: Editing Audio Tracks
1. Region Folders, Mono to Stereo Bounce, Hiding Tracks, Strip Silence
2. The Sample Editor, Anchor Point, Region Timing and Delay
3. The Sample Editor, Audio File Processing
11: Editing MIDI Tracks
1. Piano Roll Editing, MIDI Functions Menu, Piano Roll Local Menu
2. Score Editor Overview, Drag and Drop Options
3. MIDI Controls, GM Drum Kit, MIDI Step Entry
12: Using Channel Strips and the Mixer
1. Audio Mixer, Environment Mixer, Creating Channels, Managing Busses
2. Effect Pre-Sets, Copying Plug-Ins, Pre-Sets Library
3. Imaging Your Mix, Bussing Options, Auxiliary Channels
4. Group Setting, Group Clutch, Mastering Effects
13: Track Automation
1. Automation Mode, Settings, Effect Automation, Automation Menu
2. Automation Groups, Insert Bypassing, Output Automation, Convert MIDI to Automation, Quick Access
14: Global Tracks
1. Overview
2. Creating Markers, Color Palette, Moving Markers, Locking Markers
3. Video, Open Movie, Detect Cuts
4. Signature, Links to List Window, Transport Edit, Keys and Apple Loops
5. Chord, Analyze MIDI, Link to Transposition, Define Chord Window
6. Transposition, Effect on Apple Loops, Locking Drum Regions
7. Tempo, Tempo Nodes, Tempo Curves, Tempo and Apple Loops
8. Beat Mapping, Manual Beat Mapping, Analyzing Audio Regions, Beats From Regions
15: Quicktime Movies
1. Video Project Settings, Movie Menu, Export Audio To Movie
16: The Bounce Window
1. Opening, Bounce Settings
17: Import/Export
1. Import File Types, Export File Types
18: The Environment
1. Environment Layers, Click and Ports Layer, Multi-Instruments
2. MIDI Effects, The Arpeggiator, The Chord Memorizer, Virtual Patch Cables, Object List
19: Advanced Tempo
1. Tempo Curves, Tempo Recording, Tempo Fader
2. Tempo Operations, Window Layout, Scaling Tempo Curves, Setting Curve Resolutions
20: Advanced MIDI Processing
1. The MIDI Transform Menu
21: Surround Sound
1. Surround Effect Presets Library, Surround Instruments, Surround Loops
2. Panner vs. Balancer, Binaural Panner, Bouncing 5.1
3. Dolby Encoding for DVD, Apple Compressor, AC-3 Format
22: Logic Studio Wrap-Up
1. Logic Studio Wrap-Up

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