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Are you looking for some amazing music editing feature. Here is the Logic Pro X – a fully loaded software developed by Apple and can be uses for music mixing and editing. Here are all the features of Logic Pro X.
- Logic Pro X is an advanced recording, editing and mixing application that lets you turn your Mac into a professional recording studio.
- Before installing it, you should check the free space on your Mac’s hard drive as the application requires a minimum of 5 GB and an additional 35 GB for optional content that you can download from within the application.
- Logic Pro X comes with a complete collection of sounds and plug-ins designed to help you get started with your projects. As a result, you can create virtual sessions and experiment with different sounds, instruments, vocal effects, strings, bass lines and more.
First steps with Logic Pro X
Sharing, Track Stacks, Drummer, Apple Loops, Mixing, Smart Controls, Region Editing, Region Arrangement, Tracks, Tempo, Key, and Measure Encryption.
If you upgrade
New and modified terms in Logic Pro X, New concepts in Logic Pro X, Using advanced tools and additional options, Overview. If you want to use Logic Pro X on window, you need to install an virtual machine and use these steps: https://lisanilssonart.com/download-logic-pro-x-for-windows/
Connecting external devices
Connecting MIDI Devices, Connecting Audio Devices, Overview.
Viewing project information and reorganizing memory, Closing projects, Previewing projects in the Finder, Managing projects, Setting project properties, Reading and navigating through projects, Deleting projects, Saving projects, Opening projects, Creating projects.
We are changing track settings, Exporting tracks and regions, Bounce regions and channels in place, Controlling synchronization using the groove track, Using the main path, Using Track Stacks, Using library patches, Using track header commands, Basic track concepts, Overview.
Recording your voice or a musical instrument
You are compiling your audio recordings, Advanced Recording Techniques, Software Instrument Recording, Audio Recording, Overview.
Using pre-recorded data
Supported media and file formats, Adding ReCycle files to your project, Importing compressed audio files, Using the project audio browser, Importing and searching for media files, Using Apple Loops in your projects, Overview.
Creating an arrangement
Changing region settings, Using groove templates, Using folders, Deleting silent passages in audio files, Creating fades and crossfades on audio regions, Arranging regions in the Tracks area, Using the Tracks area, Overview.
Editing audio regions in the Audio Track Editor
Deleting audio regions, Calibrating editions on zero crossings, Splitting and merging audio regions, Trim audio regions, Moving audio regions, Cut, copy and paste, Selecting audio regions, Overview.
Editing MIDI regions in the Keyboard Editor
Opening other editors, Using MIDI Draw, Splitting chords, Displaying multiple MIDI regions, Adding and editing notes, Overview.
Adding drummers to your project
Converting Drummer Regions to MIDI Regions, Using Drum Machine Designer, Using Drum Kit Designer, Using Producer Kits, Using the Drummer Editor, Overview.
Changing the time and pitch characteristics of audio data
Using Varispeed mode to change the speed and pitch of audio data, Changing the pitch of audio data, Changing the temporal characteristics of audio data, Overview.
Advanced editing functions
MIDI Transform Window, Audio File Editor, Step Editor, Event List, Logic Pro’s Advanced Editors.
Mixing a project
Using ReWire applications, Setting up console slices during recording or playback, Using the I/O Labels window, Customizing the mixer, Using MIDI console slices, Binaural Panning, Surround Panning, Using mixer groups, Controlling console slice signals in the mixer, Using console slice settings.
Automating Mixing and Effects Settings
Using MIDI Draw, Writing track automation using external controllers, Changing automation in the automation event list, Aligning automation to grid positions, Selecting, copying, moving and deleting automation, Adding automation to tracks, Choosing automation modes, Displaying automation curves, Overview.
Using Smart Controls
Automation of the movement of the controls on the screen, Use of the arpeggiator with a Smart Control, Comparison of a modified Smart Control with its registered version, Assignment of hardware controls to the controls, Assignment of hardware controls to the controls, Assignment of the arpeggiator to the controls, Assignment of the arpeggiator to the controls.