Logic Pro 8 & 9
This 4 day hands-on IN HOME course introduces students to the primary feature set and basic user interface of Logic Pro, as well as how to create a customized audio and midi configuration that will seamlessly integrate with their own personal production studio. Students will create their own song using Logic Pro’s comprehensive array of software instruments, Apple Loops and DSP effects. In depth lessons will cover MIDI and audio recording, streamlined editing and arrangement techniques, user defined key commands, automation, scoring to picture and surround mixing. This class is designed for those that want to learn music production and composition using Logic Pro.
This 4 day hands-on IN HOME course takes you through Logic’s powerful advanced features covering everything from production, editing, and mixing, to notation and scoring to picture. Starting with advanced setup, this course covers everything from production, editing, and mixing to scoring and composition. Throughout the class professional secrets are revealed regarding how to streamline production workflow, accelerate editing tasks, effectively manage takes, and construct a mix that will meet the most exacting standards. You’ll discover powerful techniques for multi-track recording and explore the limitless potential of Logic’s audio instruments, including the revolutionary Sculpture, a new addition to Logic Pro.
Thanks to iChat screen sharing, Our staff can remotely observe and control a single desktop with iChat in Leopard 10.5 and 10.6 Can’t figure something out? Blocked? Let us know and we will remotely show you, or get the settings you need to contiue creating. Screen Sharing via iChat:
iChat is quickest and most SECURE way to make a screen sharing connection. What’s especially cool about it is:
(a) you don’t need to know the person’s IP address to make a connection
(b) you can instantly shift back and forth between having your screen or the other person’s screen fill up your display
(c) you can copy files from one computer to the other by dragging and dropping files from one screen to the other.
Here’s what to do:
1. Select the other person’s name from the relevant list.
2. A message pops up on the screen of the other computer, asking for the person’s permission for you to share their screen. Presumably they are expecting this and will click to Accept.
3. Sit back and Let our Vip Techs show you the way!
*Note To use screen sharing, both machines must being running Leopard and have iChat open. Also, make sure Screen Sharing Enabled is checked in iChat’s Video menu. Schedule your time via email or contact page.