Logic Pro: Producing Electronic Music

Logic Pro: Producing Electronic Music

Electronic music is an umbrella term for a wide variety of genres and sounds, from ambient, dub, acid house, trap, drum and bass, dubstep, and more. But whatever style you produce, Logic Pro can handle it. This powerful DAW is uniquely suited to capturing your creativity and expressing your sonic ideas. In this course, instructor Nate Mars shows you the core techniques professionals use to produce electronic music in Logic Pro.

He starts with building the foundation of the track—the drums. He shows how to program beats in Ultrabeat, utilize your own samples, and create drumbeats for a variety of genres. He then moves into creating basslines for house, trap, dubstep, and other genres, and getting a great deep sub-bass sound. He next moves into creating lead synth sounds, starting with Logic Pro's built-in Alchemy and Retro synths. He also goes into using samples and adding sound effects. Then he pulls it all together and demonstrates ways to arrange the tracks, use creative effects, mix the tracks together, and use automation to finalize the mix. Plus, learn how to send your MIDI note and clock data to external synths from Logic Pro X—a fun way to experiment with analog sounds.


  • 英文名称:Logic Pro: Producing Electronic Music
  • 时长:3小时57分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Produce electronic music with Logic Pro
  2. Review of Logic basics
  3. Configuring Logic preferences
  4. Working with a MIDI controller and musical typing
  5. Configuring the UI and recording preferences
  6. Enabling capture recording and hidden features in Logic Pro X
  7. Saving a project
  8. Electronic music production concepts
  9. Accessing Apple Loops and Factory Content
  10. Timeline vs. Live Loops feature
  11. Recording Live Loops to an arrangement
  12. Recording into a cell to create Live Loop
  13. Arranging using Timeline and Live Loops together
  14. Creating a pattern region and pattern cell
  15. Using pattern regions for drum programming
  16. Advanced features of pattern regions and Step Sequencer
  17. Drum pattern fundamentals
  18. Drum programming in Ultrabeat
  19. Navigating Ultrabeat's interface
  20. Step Sequencing and sound design in Ultrabeat
  21. Importing and working with audio samples
  22. Using Ultrabeat in multi-output mode
  23. Using Drum Machine Designer
  24. Advanced features of Drum Machine Designer
  25. Multi-output processing
  26. Quick Sampler overview
  27. Importing samples and creating slices
  28. Advanced features of Quick Sampler
  29. Creating a Drum Designer Track for slice editing
  30. Sampler overview
  31. Working with basic features
  32. Creating a wobble or moving bass
  33. Creating a bassline in house music
  34. Sub-bass secrets
  35. Sound design and synthesis concepts with Retro
  36. Recording filter automation with Retro
  37. Sound design with Alchemy
  38. Advanced sound design features with Alchemy
  39. Creative MIDI and automation effects
  40. Essential audio effects for mixing: EQ and compression
  41. Essential audio effects for mixing: Reverb and delay
  42. Using sidechain compression
  43. Electronic music arrangement concepts
  44. Using the Remix effect
  45. Using the Phat effect
  46. Using the Step effect
  47. Setting up analog gear with Logic Pro X
  48. Syncing Logic Pro X with an external clock
  49. Next steps