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Welcome to Logic-Courses.com!
Our brand new Level 2 Advanced Logic Online Course continues where the Level 1 course leaves off, and provides experienced Logic users with all the knowledge needed to get the very best out of all the advanced features and workflow methods available in Logic Studio. At the end of this course, students will understand advanced techniques for composing, producing and performing music, including sampling, synthesizing and processing with various effects. Throughout the course, techniques are combined and applied to practical situations to show how technical knowledge can be used to take your music in new and exciting directions. Through learning new skills, students will be able to free themselves from technical restraints and enable a clear path to channel their creativity and artistic vision.

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The course, which has been designed and presented by our very own certified trainer Rob Jones, is presented in a series of online videos which you can watch where and when you prefer, with a full complement of accompanying downloadable materials for your future reference.

Also included with the Logic courses is a huge collection of nearly 1GB of royalty free samples from Loopmasters worth over £60, and a cult classic 'Bass-station' software synth from our sponsors Focusrite/Novation worth £25.

By taking the advanced course you will gain a greater understanding of all the possibilities of Logic's advanced features including automation, gating, sidechaining, vocal processing, ADSR envelope modulation, drum creation and processing, FM Synthesis, advanced sampling, using the Environment, and much more....

 

How much does the course cost?
The cost for joining our Advanced course is just £149 GBP, which equates to approximately €165 Euros or $240 USD. We also offer a combined deal for our basic/intermediate and advanced course for just £225, €250 Euros or $365 USD (approx 11 hrs of video training!) Both options can be paid using most major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard etc) or your paypal account.

Where is the course held?
The course is delivered as streamed videos via our website directly to your Mac. You can take the course wherever you are located in the world, and at times that suit you. Once you have access to the courses, you can login to your account anytime to watch the next module and proceed with the learning program.

What equipment do I need?
To take the course you need to have a computer which is connected to the internet, a copy of Logic Studio or Express (Studio is needed for the advanced course) and some speakers or headphones connected to the computer. A MIDI controller keyboard would be useful, but is not essential.

How long does the course last?
The course is presented in 12 modules which each last between 22-37 minutes. We recommend at least 40 minutes practice of the techniques taught in each lesson, so overall it will take around 14 hours to complete. We recommend that you take no more than 2 lessons per day, but of course this is completely up to you.

Recent Testimonials

"Hi, I recently completed the basic course after purchasing Logic Studio and have found this course a god send!! Thanks to the team and especially Rob for responding so quickly to my emails." Martin Granger, Southend-on-Sea

"Hi, I found the course very interesting and covered all aspects of the software in good detail without making it boring. I would recommend it to anyone who is currently using Logic", Andy Birch, Brighton

Free Info Pack Download

If you already use Logic and want to get a greater understanding of how you can make the very most of this amazing software, take the Logic level 2 course today and learn all of the advanced techniques from our certified online trainier. We offer a FREE SAMPLE MODULE which you can watch to see if you think our online video training is the right solution for you.

Also please find out more about the course from our FREE INFO PACK which you can download without obligation by registering for a producertech account which will also give you access to our member forums where you can talk to other students and Logic enthusiasts at anytime.

If you want to SIGNUP then please click on the links below and feel free to CONTACT US at anytime if you have further questions that we can help you with.

We hope to see you online soon!

Module Information:
  • Gating and a Lesson in Sidechaining Techniques
    Teaches how to use a gate and various sidechaining techniques in Logic, beginning with the common technique of compressor sidechaining known as 'pumping'. Then, this concept is expanded by demonstrating other more imaginative ways of sidechaining melodic and percussive tracks using Auto Filter and Noise Gate.
  • Automation and other Advanced Mixing Techniques
    Shows how to make the best use of automation in Logic, including how to create automated loops as well as how to make longer, more gradual effects progressions. Then, some different methods for vocal and instrument techniques are taught, such as EQing, de-essing, using auxiliary tracks for FX sends and much more. The module comes with unmixed and mixed versions of a dubstep remix allowing students to practice their mixing techniques.
  • Advanced Drums I - Creating Drum Sounds with Ultrabeat
    Provides a thorough guide to the controls available on Ultrabeat so you can confidently edit, enhance and create drums, FX and other synth sounds using the instrument. The various sound generating engines are explained and there are lessons in how to use the filters and 4 envelopes to control the level and frequencies of drums over time. Then, the techniques are applied to creating some of the most common drums like kicks, snares and hats.
  • Advanced Drums II - Creating and Processing a House Beat
    Teaches how to sequence drums in Ultrabeat, how to make a groove and how to create automated parameter sequences. Then, there are some techniques for mixing the drums, beginning with routing them individually to auxiliary tracks on the mixer and then showing the various effects that can be applied to improve the sound.
  • Advanced Synthesizing I - Subtractive Synthesis with the ES Range: ES M/P/E
    Shows how to use the the first 3 synths from the ES range, ES M, ES P and ES E. These are the simplest instruments in the ES range and are a good build up to the more comprehensive ES 1 and ES 2 synths. After running through each of the synths individually, showing various examples of patch programming, they are combined to make a couple of layered sounds using two creative methods.
  • Advanced Sampling - Creating Layered Sounds and Advanced Modulation with EXS24
    A lesson in the more advanced features of EXS24, beginning with how to take layered sounds similar to those made in the previous synthesizing module and turn them into EXS instruments that can be recalled instantly at any point. There is also a guide to using the modulation router to create multiple modulation settings in order to make interesting bassline progressions.
  • Advanced Synthesizing III - Subtractive and Wavetable Synthesis with ES 1 and 2
    Teaches how to use ES 1 and 2 to edit or create sounds. After running through the controls on each, focussing mostly on the parameters not looked at on synths and samplers covered up to this point on the course, there are some tips for how to program different sounds with ES 2, including an acoustic plucked string patch and a fat sync'd bass.
  • Advanced Effects - Using Modulation Effects and Delays to Create Glitch
    Provides a guide to using delays and some new modulation effects to create interesting sounds and glitch. Glitch is the sound of obvious digital errors and artifacts like distortion and aliasing, which produce a distinctive character that has its own genre of electronic music and is welcomed in many others too. In addition to running through the controls on each effect, there are examples of how to use them in certain ways to radically transform sounds and add an extra dimension to your music.
  • Advanced MIDI - An Introduction to the Environment
    Shows how to use Logic's Environment to create different MIDI effects in your session. After running through Layers and the overall structure, there is a guide to some of the different Objects that are available, including arpeggiator, touch tracks, and transformers. Then, these objects are combined in different ways to produce a range of devices, such as chord and scale effects, in order to create more exciting patterns and melodies with Logic's instruments.
  • Advanced Synthesizing III - FM Synthesis with EFM, ES2 and Ultrabeat
    Explains the concept of FM synthesis and gives examples of how it is applied in Logic's instruments, beginning with EFM and then moving on to ES2 and Ultrabeat. There are some examples of how to make classic FM sounds, such as bells and metallic patches, as well as some more diverse applications, including making fat bass loops by automating FM parameters.
  • Advanced Synthesizing IIII - Component Modelling with Sculpture
    Teaches how to use component modelling in Sculpture to make acoustic patches like bass guitars and flutes. Then, shows how the instrument can also be used to make dirtier synth sounds and how the morph section allows the creation of glitchy evolving soundscapes and FX.
  • Piecing it all Together - Producing a Remix
    Combines many of the techniques from the course and demonstrates a few new tricks that can be used to produce a remix. After showing how phase inversion can be used to extract the vocal from a well known track, the extracted audio is worked into a dubstep remix, which is provided as an example of how to arrange a song, with a guide to each section and explanations of how instruments and effects are used to develop parts and improve the sound. There is also an explanation of how to use Logic's vocoder synth.
  
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