If you’re new to Logic and you’re a VoiceOver user, then you’re in the right place.
This page contains the contents of my Logic Pro Essentials series, designed to get you up and running with Logic with a minimal amount of fuss and Jargon.
It is recommended that you read the tutorials in order, but the assumption is that you’re also new to sound recording so there is quite a lot of introductory explanation of some of the terminology we throw around.
If you’re coming from a different piece of software and you’ve got questions like “How do I set up aux tracks with this thing?” then the Logic Accessibility Google group is your ticket to get questions like that answered, but you should skim through these tutorials to get some of the Logic and VoiceOver workflow under your fingers and to learn the essential key commands you’ll need to operate Logic efficiently.
As time allows, I will be adding tutorials to this series but here is what we have so far.
is logic pro x accessible/ – My journey with Logic Pro and my take on its accessibility.
Essential Accessibility Resources – Hooks you up with the Logic Accessibility Google group, mentioned earlier along with other resources across the web.
An Audio Interface What’s one of those – How to get your instruments and voice into Logic and some pointers on how to choose what to buy.
Projects and Tracks – How to create projects and tracks in Logic.
Basic Recording and Navigation – How to make your first audio recording in Logic, along with how to navigate to different parts of your project, use the metronome and set tempo and time signature.
MIDI MagicHow to make your first MIDI recording and how to use Logic’s library to play software instruments.