Did you know that in a little over a month WLPR will be 3 years old? 3 years of blog posts, videos, emails, and meeting so many amazing Logic users.
It’s been a heck of a ride. And I’m very appreciative to you and the many folks who have given WLPR a chance.
WLPR was born from some strong feelings I had back in 2017:
- That Logic Pro X was turning into the best DAW around, but wasn’t receiving the same fanfare as other DAWs.
- That Logic users deserved a place and voice to appreciate how awesome Logic Pro is. And not just online forums full of posts that seem to suggest Logic is buggy or unreliable.
- To help Logic users achieve more with Logic Pro X. By showing you how much Logic is capable of.
I felt Logic users didn’t get to enjoy the same type of experience other DAW users got to enjoy.
And I think that’s because Logic Pro is not the core of Apple’s business. Whereas for just about any other DAW developer out there, the DAW is a large part of their business model.
Apple itself doesn’t overtly campaign for its pro applications. Which made me think – “heck! Someone needs to do it!”
With all this in mind, for the next 30 days here on WLPR will be 30 Days of Why Logic Pro Rules.
Every day this month I’ll be posting a video on all sorts of reasons why Logic Pro rules.
Consider the next 30 days the “highlight reel.” I’ll be showing off the many awesome features in Logic Pro. And each video will focus on key ways to get the most out of those features.
To begin this series, today I’d like to show you how to access Logic’s own version of a ‘Smart Tool.’ Turning your mouse into the ultimate swiss army knife.
Enjoy! And thanks for reading, commenting, subscribing, and sharing WLPR 🙂