So you decided to take the plunge and dive into Logic, or maybe you’re still not quite sure? then you’ll need to checkout these essential resources for learning Logic Pro with VoiceOver.
Get Logic itself
If you’ve not picked it up yet, you can read all about what Logic can do here on the Apple website.
If you’re still concerned about how well logic will work with speech, checkout the article on this site entitled Is Logic Pro X Accessible? Once you’ve done that, flip open the Mac AppStore, search for, purchase and install Logic Pro X.
Get the Logic Pro X User Guide
If you want chapter and verse on Logic Pro x, you’ll want to pick up the Logic Pro x User Guide from iBooks. Be warned though that it’s over a thousand pages of reading, but it’s the ultimate source on how to use Logic and It’s well written for beginners and Logic veterans alike.
Obviously, the User Guide is very mouse-centric but it explains very well how Logic works and you can use this site and the resources mentioned below to learn how to use Logic with VoiceOver.
Connect with the blind Logic user community
Don’t you hate learning to do something with your computer with no one to ask? Fortunately, those of us who are using Logic with VoiceOver all hang out in a Google group called Logic Accessibility. The best way to learn Logic is to play with it and ask questions in the Google group when you get stuck. So, before you do anything else, send a mail to logic-accessibility+subscribe@ googlegroups.com to join the group.
More help for using Logic with VoiceOver
In addition to this site, there are several other members of the Logic Accessibility Google group that have generously posted various tutorials and documents that will help you use Logic via speech.
Keith Reedy, a long-time member and very active poster to the list has some resources on using Logic with VoiceOver which you can check out on his site.
Daniel Contreras, another member does not at present have a website, but has posted some very helpful audio tutorials about various aspects of Logic as dropbox links. Contact him on the list and I’m sure he will give you all his tutorial files.
As new sources of help emerge, I’ll link to them here so there is one place where you can go and check out all such resources.
OK so where next
If You’re new to Logic, read all the articles in the category Logic Essentials on this site. You’ll find it handy to bookmark the following link which maintains these tutorials in a logical order, punk intended, from basic to advanced.
Otherwise, browse around the other categories.