As musicians we take joy in our art, as engineers we need to be able to find joy in the tools that we use. We need to enjoy the process as much as we enjoy the final product.
And we’re lucky! There is no better time to make music that RIGHT NOW. We have a ton of great sounding and affordable equipment on hand thanks to modern technology.
But of course it isn’t as simple as buying an interface and a mic, and hitting the record button.
Often, the technical difficulties of learning how to properly and efficiently use your DAW can rob you of the satisfaction and the inspiration you gain from making music. Having to deal with technicalities and having to figure things out for many hours when producing songs can totally kill our creative flow.
That’s why, in order to make professional sounding recordings and make the music that’s in your head come out of the speakers, you need to know your software inside and out. The better you know it, the more satisfying and creative the recording process will be. And you will be able to actually take the music you want, instead of fighting with the technical aspects of your DAW!
Producing Music in Logic Pro X
In today’s video I want to introduce you to Rob Mayzes. Rob has studied audio production at University, worked in a range of studios around London, learned from some of the best professionals (who worked with bands like Queen and Motörhead), built several studios and worked with artists around the world.
Rob is exactly the kind of person that you want to learn music production from if you are a musician. He has been using Logic Pro X since the start of his career, and has spent thousands of hours perfecting his workflow in this DAW.
If you’re looking to learn how to produce and mix professional quality music and get a deep understanding of Logic Pro X, then Robs in-depth course ‘Music Production in Logic X’ is for you!
Please check this excerpt from the course, where Rob explains the basic features and workflow of producing music in Logic!
Thank you ever so much for checking out the video, I hope that you found it helpful. Rob’s course is very comprehensive and contains nearly 15 hours of tutorials (the Mixing part alone contains 41 lessons!). It’s only $28.50 and it can save you a ton of frustration and wasted time that comes with trying to figure it out on your own.
So stop searching around on Youtube, or reading the 700 page manual and learn how to produce music in Logic with this all-encompassing course from an experienced pro.
Have a marvelous time recording and mixing,