Logic Pro has evolved quite a bit through the years. The jump just between Logic Pro 9 to X was huge in both looks and function. And with each new update of X, there’s no sign of Logic slowing down.
While Flex Time and the EXS24 are now quite familiar, they were each major moments in Logic Pro’s history!
I really wanted to dig into this facet of Logic Pro. Where did it all start? What was monumental? And how is Logic adapting for the future?
So I’m very excited to share today’s post with you.
Enter: Eli Krantzberg
Eli Krantzberg should be a household name in the Logic Pro world.
Eli began with Logic back with version 1.1 (!), and is best known for his succinct and illuminating courses on Groove3.com. There’s only a handful of people I can think of that have contributed as much to our community as Eli has.
In this interview, Eli takes us on a trip through his experience of Logic Pro’s evolution.
- Eli’s Personal Journey With Audio (00:53)
- Current Audio Work (02:01)
- The Evolution of Logic from Version 1.1 (05:05)
- Working in Post Production (06:10)
- Using Logic vs Other DAWs (07:31)
- The Sophistication and Complexity of Logic in the Early Years (10:00)
- Early Innovations of Logic Pro (12:52)
- Ahead of the Curve With Virtual Instruments (14:31)
- The Differences in Logic Versions (17:25)
- The Significance of the Logic Users Group (LUG) (18:00)
- How LUG Led Eli’s Work For Electronic Musician (20:51)
- Persisting Logic Pro Myths (24:05)
- Flex Pitch (29:30)
- LANDR, Drummer, and A.I. in Audio (30:14)
- Groove3, and The Art of Audio Education (32:14)
I do hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did 🙂
Dig this interview? I’d love to hear what stuck out to you in the comments below.