Apple Logic Studio Advanced

This three-day course takes you through Logic’s powerful advanced features, covering everything from production, editing, and mixing, to notation and scoring to picture.

Throughout the class professional secrets are revealed regarding how to streamline production workflow, accelerate editing tasks, effectively manage takes, and construct a mix that will meet the most exacting standards.

You’ll discover powerful techniques for multi-track recording and explore the limitless potential of Logic’s audio instruments, including the revolutionary Sculpture.

We can also configure custom training options upon request.

Basic Class Info

Who Should Attend

This class is designed for those who want to learn music production and composition using Logic Studio or Logic Express.

The course is best suited for those who prefer hands-on and interactive instruction to explore the full functionality of Logic Studio.


Prerequisites

Students should have the following prerequisite knowledge prior to attending the course:

Knowledge of Mac OS X and basic computer navigation

Basic knowledge of editing terminology is recommended

Ideally, students will have attended a Logic 101 course or have Logic editing experience


Workflows Benefiting from Apple Logic Studio Advanced

Audio Content Creators

Video & Motion Graphics Artists

Web Developers & Content creators

Flash Developers

Video Post Production & Film Makers

Corporate Video Developers

Cross–Media Publishers


Basic Pricing & Training Options

Pricing & Training Overview

KLH Basic Consulting & Training Rates

Feel free to click on any of the links below to get a general idea of our basic rates. We feel you will find them quite reasonable and competitive with the “traditional one shoe fits all” options available elsewhere.

Drop us a line and let us know what your specific workflow needs are and we will be glad to send you personal quote. We will also target any quotes to your needs and will work with you to stay within budget restraints and still deliver the best training possible.

We can also help you develop your workflow via consulting and onsite outsourcing.

FrameMaker structured workflows are especially welcome here at KLH.

Phone: 508.362.8206

Email: mab@klhpublishing.com

Online Form: Click Here Now

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Some pricing options require that travel costs and training materials are extra.

Please feel free to contact us at anytime for more info or a custom quote.


OnSite Training

If you send 12 people to a traditional classroom setting you’ll end up paying around $8,000+. This doesn’t include the costs of travel & lodging. Trying to coordinate schedules and down time are also hidden budget killers.

Bring KLH onsite for a set training fee that uses a custom course outline that targets your specific workflow. No per person limits or add on fees. You also get the advantage of onsite consulting since we can get a look at the real workflow in an up close and real world situation.

In-house Rates

$1,500 One Day

$2,500 Two Days

$3,000 Three Days

$4,800 Full Week

Travel costs and training materials are extra.

Please feel free to contact us at anytime for more info or a custom quote.


ClassRoom Training

Classroom training is possible via our training partners in most major US Cities. It is useful when Onsite training is not possible or when combining several students with other clients can help keep budgets within reason.

Most classes run 3 days or can be configured to cover specific topics within your workflow.

ClassRoom Rates per Student

One to Three Students $1,200

Four to Five Students $1,000

Five to Eight Students $850

Eight Students plus $750

Costs are based upon a per student fee.

Please feel free to contact us at anytime for more info or a custom quote.


OnLine Training

Online training has the advantage of training employees at one time who are located in different locations.

It also has the advantage of eliminating travel and lodging costs from the training budget.

It will require a reliable connection to the Internet for those involved.

Online classes can be configured to cover specific topics within your workflow as well as provide traditional training to participants in remote locations at the same time.

Timeframes possible can be from a few hours to several days.

OnLine per Day Rates per Student

One to Three Students $450

Three to Five Students $325

Five to Eight Students $275

Eight Students plus $225

Costs can be based upon a per student fee or a flat fee for seminars.

Please feel free to contact us at anytime for more info or a custom quote


Private Training

Most people will agree that private training is the best option for intensive learning. It is a great option for career changers or those who work within an intensive workflow.

All attention is on you and discounts for software packages such as any of the Adobe Suites can make it actually more cost effective than the traditional training offered anywhere else. Contact us now for a great deal.

Training can be done OnSite, OnLine, or at a designated location.

Private training runs 2 to 5 days depending on the workflow and needs of the client.

Private Rates per class

One to Three Days $1,650

Four to Five Days $2,400

Two Weeks $3,850

Costs are based upon a per student fee. Discount rates are available for software packages such as any of the Adobe Software Suites.

Please feel free to contact us at anytime for more info or a custom quote.


KLH Job Contracting & Outsourcing Services

KLH Basic Consulting & Training Rates

Feel free to rollover any of the links above to get a general idea of our basic rates. We feel you will find them quite reasonable and competitive with the “traditional one shoe fits all” options available elsewhere

Drop us a line and let us know what your specific workflow needs are and we will be glad to send you personal quote. We will also target any quotes to your needs and will work with you to stay within budget restraints and still deliver the best training possible.

We can also help you develop your workflow via consulting and onsite outsourcing.

FrameMaker structured workflows are especially welcome here at KLH.

Phone: 508.362.8206

Email: mab@klhpublishing.com

Online Form: Click Here Now

vText Link: Click Here Now use 508.362.8206 or 508.364.5750

Some pricing options require that travel costs and training materials are extra.

Please feel free to contact us at anytime for more info or a custom quote.


Class & Topics Outlines

Topics Outline

Speeding up Workflow
Using Project Templates
Creating Your Own Template
Customizing the Interface
Using Key Commands
Accessing the Tool Menu
Saving a Project Template
Opening and Creating Projects Automatically
Backing Up
Transporting Your Projects
Managing Projects and Takes
Using Project Folders
Working with Assets
Quickly Accessing Additional Tracks
Recording Multiple Tracks Simultaneously
Deleting Unused Tracks
Matching Tempo and Pitch
Working with Apple Loops
Using the Time and Pitch Machine
Performing Time Stretching
Compression in the Arrange Area
Working with Rubato Passages
Working with Software Instruments
Getting Familiar with the Instruments
Understanding the User Interface
Using Ultrabeat
Using the EXS24 mkII Software Sampler
Using the EVP88 Vintage Electric Piano
Using the EVD6 Vintage Clavinet
Using the EFM 1 FM Synthesizer
Using the ES1 Virtual Analog Synthesizer
Using the ES2 Synthesizer
Using Global Tracks to Create a Quick Arrangement
Sound Design with Sculpture
Treating Your MIDI Hardware as Software
Working with the Arrangement
Creating and Using Markers
Navigating the Arrangement
Navigating with Markers
Isolating Material with Cycle Mode
Using Zooming
Editing the Arrangement
Advanced Audio Editing
Using Edits to Create Parts
Comping Tracks
Fixing Problems Using the Sample Editor

Advanced MIDI Editing
Using Loops, Copies, & Aliases
Demixing MIDI Regions
Working with Region Parameters
Working with MIDI Note Events
Using Transform Functions
Working with Mixer Channels
Using the Mixer
Using Insert Effects
Using Send Effects
Panning Stereo Tracks
Switching the Contents of the Plug-in Window
Changing Plug-in Locations
Using Channel Strip Settings
Controlling Signal Flow
Using Aux Channels as Submixes
Applying Send Effects to Submixes
Using Mixer Groups
Incorporating External Effects Processors
Automating the Mix
Working with Offline Automation
Performing Real-Time Automation
MIDI Processing in the Environment
Navigating Within the Environment
Creating Environment Objects
Creating Signal Chains
Using Touch Tracks Objects
Working with Notation
Creating Notation
Entering Notes Using Graphic Input
Entering Notes Using Step Input
Using Staff Styles
Working with Text
Transcribing a Performance
Working with Drum Notation
Creating Scores and Parts
Working with Surround
Configuring Logic for Surround
Mixing in Surround
Using Surround Effects
Checking the Surround Mix
Down Mixing
Encoding Surround Projects
Scoring to Picture
Setting Up Synchronization
Importing Media
Spotting the Movie
Positioning Events in the Timeline

   
Class Outline

Speeding up Workflow
Using Project Templates
Creating Your Own Template
Customizing the Interface
Using Key Commands
Accessing the Tool Menu
Saving a Project Template
Opening and Creating Projects Automatically
Backing Up
Transporting Your Projects
Managing Projects and Takes
Using Project Folders
Working with Assets
Quickly Accessing Additional Tracks
Recording Multiple Tracks Simultaneously
Deleting Unused Tracks
Matching Tempo and Pitch
Working with Apple Loops
Using the Time and Pitch Machine
Performing Time Stretching
Compression in the Arrange Area
Working with Rubato Passages
Working with Software Instruments
Getting Familiar with the Instruments
Understanding the User Interface
Using Ultrabeat
Using the EXS24 mkII Software Sampler
Using the EVP88 Vintage Electric Piano
Using the EVD6 Vintage Clavinet
Using the EFM 1 FM Synthesizer
Using the ES1 Virtual Analog Synthesizer
Using the ES2 Synthesizer
Using Global Tracks to Create a Quick Arrangement
Sound Design with Sculpture
Treating Your MIDI Hardware as Software
Working with the Arrangement
Creating and Using Markers
Navigating the Arrangement
Navigating with Markers
Isolating Material with Cycle Mode
Using Zooming
Editing the Arrangement
Advanced Audio Editing
Using Edits to Create Parts
Comping Tracks
Fixing Problems Using the Sample Editor

Advanced MIDI Editing
Using Loops, Copies, & Aliases
Demixing MIDI Regions
Working with Region Parameters
Working with MIDI Note Events
Using Transform Functions
Working with Mixer Channels
Using the Mixer
Using Insert Effects
Using Send Effects
Panning Stereo Tracks
Switching the Contents of the Plug-in Window
Changing Plug-in Locations
Using Channel Strip Settings
Controlling Signal Flow
Using Aux Channels as Submixes
Applying Send Effects to Submixes
Using Mixer Groups
Incorporating External Effects Processors
Automating the Mix
Working with Offline Automation
Performing Real-Time Automation
MIDI Processing in the Environment
Navigating Within the Environment
Creating Environment Objects
Creating Signal Chains
Using Touch Tracks Objects
Working with Notation
Creating Notation
Entering Notes Using Graphic Input
Entering Notes Using Step Input
Using Staff Styles
Working with Text
Transcribing a Performance
Working with Drum Notation
Creating Scores and Parts
Working with Surround
Configuring Logic for Surround
Mixing in Surround
Using Surround Effects
Checking the Surround Mix
Down Mixing
Encoding Surround Projects
Scoring to Picture
Setting Up Synchronization
Importing Media
Spotting the Movie
Positioning Events in the Timeline