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LPX Lesson 1 Review
Lesson One Objectives After completing Lesson One, “Make Music with Logic Now!” you should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Finding Apple Loops and adding them to the workspace • Using Cycle mode • Moving, copying, deleting, and resizing regions • Mixing down and using audio effect plug-ins • Bouncing an MP3
16  cards
LPX Lesson 3
Lesson Three Objectives After completing Lesson Three, “Editing Audio,” you should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Assigning Left-click and Command-click tools • Editing audio regions nondestructively in the workspace • Adding fades and crossfades • Creating a composite take from multiple takes • Importing audio files • Editing audio regions nondestructively in the Audio Track Editor • Editing audio files destructively in the Audio File Editor • Aligning audio using the
12  cards
LPX lesson 4
Lesson Four Objectives After completing Lesson Four, “Produce a Virtual Drum Track,” you should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Creating a new project with a Drummer track • Choosing a drummer and a drum kit • Editing the drummer performance • Arranging the song structure with the Arrangement Markers • Making the drummer play behind or ahead of the beat • Customizing the drum kit in Drum Kit Designer
11  cards
LPX Lesson 9
Lesson Nine Objectives After completing Lesson Nine, “Mixing,” you should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Using folder and summing stacks • Using screensets • Using effect plug-ins • Adjusting volume levels and pan positions • Filtering frequencies with an equalizer plug-in • Processing with bus sends and auxiliary channel strips • Adding depth with delay and reverb plug-ins • Using compressor and limiter plug-ins
8  cards
LPX lesson 10
Lesson 10 Objectives After completing Lesson 10, “Automating the Mix,” you should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Creating track automation graphically • Recording live track automation • Using the Touch and Latch track automation modes • Assigning a MIDI controller knob or fader to remote control the desired parameter • Automating track mute and plug-in bypass • Exporting the mix as a PCM file
9  cards
LPX Lesson 2
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8  cards
LPX lesson 5
Lesson Five Objectives After completing Lesson Five, “Recording MIDI and Using Controllers,” you should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Recording MIDI performances • Quantizing MIDI recordings • Merging a MIDI recording with an existing MIDI region • Recording MIDI in take folders • Punch recording a MIDI recording • Creating Track Stacks 11 Logic Pro X Exam Preparation Guide • Saving Summing track stack patches • Mapping and assigning Smart Controls • Controlling Lo
11  cards
LPX Lesson 6
Lesson Six Objectives After completing Lesson Six, “Creating and Editing MIDI,” you should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Creating and editing MIDI notes in the Piano Roll Editor and Score Editor • Quantizing MIDI regions • Quantizing individual notes • Using Scale Quantize pop-up menus • Importing MIDI files • Selecting and deleting continuous controller events in the Event List • Creating continuous controller automation in the MIDI Draw area
10  cards
LPX Lesson 7
Lesson Seven Objectives After completing Lesson Seven, “Editing Pitch and Time,” you should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Matching a project tempo to an audio file’s tempo • Creating Apple Loops • Adding tempo changes and tempo curves • Applying tape or turntable speed-up and slow-down effects • Making one track follow the groove of another track • Using varispeed effects • Editing the timing of an audio region with Flex Time • Tuning a vocal recording with Flex Pitch
11  cards
LPX Lesson 8
Lesson Eight Objectives After completing Lesson Eight, “Editing an Arrangement,” you should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Looping regions and converting loops to individual regions • Repeating regions in the workspace 15 Logic Pro X Exam Preparation Guide • Packing regions into a folder • Saving alternative arrangements • Inserting silence to create a new section • Removing a section • Removing silence or background noise from a region
10  cards

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