I have to tell you – I’m stunned, surprised and happy to report that WLPR turned 1 year old today.
On October 22nd, 2017, I jumped with both feet in to creating a blog all about how awesome Logic Pro is. And frankly, it was a stressful decision!
I know tons of folks use Logic Pro. But did the internet need another audio website? Would WLPR really add anything new to the world of online tutorials? Would anyone actually care?
All I knew was from my own personal journey with Logic and audio. Back when I was starting out in Logic 8, it was tough finding information all about Logic.
Plus, learning something as complex as a DAW can be daunting. EQs, Compressors, and Flextime – uuuuhhh…
And I knew that Logic Pro does, in fact, rule! Ever since LPX came out 5 years ago, I knew that someone had to stand up and boast about how awesome LPX is for producing, writing, mixing and recording.
So I set the following goals for WLPR:
- Share with the world why Logic Pro Rules
- Create the best content I can
- Post once a week
- Create videos and posts that are easy to understand
I think only you, the WLPR community, can tell me how successful I am at any of those goals.
But based on the traffic, subscribers, and emails I receive – it seems to be at least pretty successful so far! Many of you have reached out with questions and suggestions. And I very much appreciate it 🙂
Let’s check out the stats for the last year:
- # of blog posts written: 40
- # of videos posted: 27
- average # of words per post: 1,000
(plus I’ve written 7 posts so far for Logic Pro Expert.)
For year 2, my goal is produce even more for you. More blog posts, more videos, and more of everything to help you get the most out of LPX.
It’s ambitious, and I’m busy just like I’m sure you are. But this community of Logic Pro users is worth the effort.
I don’t usually ask anything of the WLPR community (because this site is all about you!). But since it’s the website’s birthday, can I ask you for just one wish…?
Do you mind sharing this website with others online?
It could be on a forum, social media, or with one other person. Really, just with anyone you think that would truly benefit knowing about WLPR.
And that’s only if WLPR has helped you get more out of Logic. If it hasn’t, I’d much rather know what would help you!
(You can let me know what you’d like to see in the comments below.)
My goal is to build the best website around for Logic users. A website that helps you write, produce, record, mix and master using LPX. So being able to connect with LPX users like yourself will help WLPR become even better.
Either way though – I’m humbled to have the privilege of having your attention.
Thanks for being a part of WLPR!
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