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HowAudio's Apple Logic Training: The Apple Loops ExplainedHow the Apple Loops function, and how the Loops Browser works
With the latest release of Logic, Apple has make some dramatic changes to Logic 8, their flagship audio editing software. The name of the software has always been somewhat of misnomer in that Logic is not very logical. This version has done a lot to improve on that, yet it is still quite cumbersome to get up and running. We are here to help with that. In the first series of videos will get you up and running quickly, with our quickSTART guide. After that, Patrick will guide you through the entire program, to familiarize you with the interface and how everything works. After watching the entire 13-hour tutorial you will have a strong working knowledge of Logic 8. Now go and make some great music.
In this clip, host Patrick Copeland discusses the Apple Loops that come with Logic Pro, how they function, the two different types of Loops, how the Loop browser works, and so on. He covers the Audio Loops, the MIDI Loops, Drag and Drop, and the Tempo Check Box.
The Apple Loops Explained
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Patrick Copeland's diverse credits makes him a much sought after composer and producer. Patrick owns and operates his own studio in Southern California where he does Audio Post Production, Film and TV Scoring, Sound Design, Music Production and serves as the Resident Musical Director and Sound Designer for the Covina Center for the Performing Arts.
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