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Old 21st March 2020
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New Logic Pro Tutorials Channel



Hello! I've started a series of Logic Pro tutorials on music production. I want to improve quality of the content so any feedback is welcome!
Old 22nd March 2020
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Nice video, thank you!
Old 24th March 2020
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Very good, nicely demonstrated.

I hope you don't mind me saying this, but you sound very like Davie504 (the bass guy from Youtube)
Old 28th April 2020
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Posted a few more videos, would love to share:
Old 6th May 2020
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Thanks @ EquipeGrey for this!
Old 8th May 2020
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Just posted a new one on MIDI editing, hope you can find it useful. Subscribe if you do!
Old 21st May 2020
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Logic's step sequencer in details.
Old 24th May 2020
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Good ones, many thx for the effort and plz keep releasing LPX tuts !
Old 3rd June 2020
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Here is a new one on Quick Sampler
Old 13th November 2020
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Old 14th November 2020 | Show parent
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Quote:
Originally Posted by EquipeGrey ➑️


Just posted a new one on MIDI editing, hope you can find it useful. Subscribe if you do!
Decade+ user of Logic here. Your video made me embarrassingly aware of how much I don’t know about this application. The brush-tool tip is golden. I look forward to seeing more of your videos. Great job!
Old 21st November 2020
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🎧 5 years
Subscribed!
Old 10th March 2021
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Old 10th March 2021
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Gear Maniac
 
🎧 10 years
Has anybody ever made videos introducing Logic to refugees from other DAWs rather than the ubiquitous Logic for beginners approach? Sort of like 'If you're coming from Cubase then this is how Logic does it' etc.
Old 10th March 2021 | Show parent
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That is a good idea, I haven't seen any but I am sure there are some comparison videos that cover some of that. I think if you have a good understanding of one DAW migrating to another won't be a big problem because you know what you need, all the DAWs provide basically the same set of tools they are just placed in different submenus or a couple clicks away from what you are used to do. So searching it should be easy, could use the manual and quick search specific function you want to use, in my opinion it will take way less time than watching a video. On the other hand some people don't know what the don't know and detailed tutorial could be helpful in my opinion.
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