New Logic Pro Online Course Now Available From Berklee College of Music

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Berkleemusic.com, the online continuing education division of Boston's renowned Berklee College of Music, announced the release of their new music production online course "Producing Music With Logic." Co-author Jeff Baust says, "We start with the basics and then we go deep into all of the software instruments, audio editing environments, and the capabilities of Logic Pro, including the power user shortcuts, so that even the intermediate and advanced Logic users learn new things and everyone can get a lot out of this online course."

We start with the basics

Berkleemusic.com, the online continuing education division of Boston's renowned Berklee College of Music, announces the release of a new online course called "Producing Music With Logic."

Apple's Logic Pro is one of the most powerful music production platforms available and Berklee professors Jeff Baust and David Doms have created a brand-new course to help students of all levels of ability to better navigate this complex program and learn the best of Berklee's production techniques.

"We start with the basics," says Jeff Baust, "so that the beginner can immediately get up and running. Then we go deep into all of the software instruments, the editing environments, and the capabilities of Logic, including the power user shortcuts, so that even the intermediate and advanced users learn new things and everyone can get a lot out of this class."

"Producing Music With Logic" students learn the elements of production design, such as creative considerations in composition and song form, and the arrangement tools in Logic that allow the building and shaping of a song. Also covered are Logic's mixing tools and advanced mixing techniques, such as setting up software instruments with multiple outputs, sidechaining, and mix automation.

The course provides many critical listening examples, interactive activities, and "power user" tips and tricks for using Logic Pro, which illustrate the extensive capabilities of this dynamic music production software.

David Doms explains, "Logic is a very powerful interface, as far as MIDI and audio editing goes, but in particular, it has a collection of soft synths and samplers that are second to none. Logic has a distinctive ability to generate the sounds you want and need."

Jeff Baust adds, "This course is all about musical creativity -- how to get a good recording, why to use certain tools and how to use them in combinations to get outstanding sound in your productions."

In "Producing Music With Logic," online students:

  •     Work extensively with Logic Pro
  •     Record and edit both MIDI and audio data
  •     Use and understand the various software instruments in Logic Pro
  •     Work with sound design plug-ins in Logic Pro
  •     Effectively mix a music project in Logic Pro
  •     Produce two substantial music productions

Learn more about "Producing Music With Logic" online course and read the entire interview with Jeff Baust and David Doms at:

http://www.berkleemusic.com/school/course?course_item_id=11845998&pid=2414

To enroll for the winter term, visit http://www.berkleemusic.com/?pid=2414

ABOUT BERKLEEMUSIC.COM
Berkleemusic.com is the continuing education division of Berklee College of Music, delivering online access to Berklee's acclaimed curriculum from anywhere in the world. Berkleemusic's award-winning online courses and certificate programs are accredited and taught by the college's world-renowned faculty, providing lifelong learning opportunities to people interested in music and working in the music industry. As the business of music continues to move online, Berkleemusic is taking a leadership role in educating the next generation of producers, performers, and entrepreneurs on this evolving industry landscape. Berkleemusic's students come from over 80 countries around the world, and include Grammy award winners, managers, artists, publishers, music business entrepreneurs and major international touring acts.

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