For the last 28 days of this series I’ve tried to cover the most used aspects of Logic Pro X.
Crafting videos and posts for WLPR can sometimes feel like a tightrope. Because WLPR readers and subscribers are all at different places in their journey:
- Some are beginners
- Others more advanced
- While others probably know more than I do about LPX (!)
So each post I try to cover the foundations of Logic Pro X while throwing in some details for the more advanced users.
Well, today’s post is for the advanced users among us. Today I want to show what I believe many would consider more “professional” features.
(This doesn’t mean everything else in Logic is “unprofessional.” The expectations for “pro” are just a bit more particular.)
Really, I imagined folks who don’t use Logic Pro X watching today’s video. Folks from the outside looking in saying to themselves:
“Oh wow! I didn’t know Logic Pro could do that.”
So today’s video dives into the 10 or so professional features living inside Logic right now:
- Slip & Rotational Editing
- ARA 2.0 Support
- VCA Faders
- Dual Mono
- Loudness Metering & True Peak Detection
- Surround Mixing
- Mixer & Plugin Undo History
- Event, Marker, Tempo, & Signature List Editors
- Logic’s support for up to:
- 1000 Audio Tracks
- 1000 Software Instrument Tracks
- 1000 External MIDI Tracks
- 256 Busses
- Import Project Data
And these don’t even including Logic’s support for video, notation, or anything else!
So I hope you enjoy this second-to-last installment of our 30-day series.