Greetings one and all!
I was a performance major on flute in college before I failed to see the error of my ways. Two or so years ago, I retired from practicing law, and since then, I have returned to studying flute. Now, I am embarking on the road to recording, editing and mixing my own compositions on Logic Pro X.
This week I made the switch from Windows IBM compatible to MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. My MacBook is supposed to arrive in a couple weeks with Logic Pro X installed. Meanwhile, I am purchasing the other hardware, e.g., Focusrite Clarett pre2 audio interface, mics, etc. The thing is, I don't know a thing about recording, editing and mixing.
Hence, my question: If you recommend reading reading reading and studying studying studying, I'm totally there, but read and study what, exactly? If you had to it to do all over again, what would you do to educate yourself on recording, editing and mixing and using Logic Pro X (and/or any other software that does what Logic doesn't)?
Hi, personally I found it
Hi, personally I found it easier to just jump-start into Logic instead of spending hours of reading. The good news is that Logic is quite accessible with VO, especially the part you want to lear first. Once you get stuck on something there is lots of material available online on specific items like: https://help.apple.com/logicpro/mac/10.3/index.html
I would highly recommend a keyboard with numeric keypad to use with VO. While it is certainly possible to reach each and every VO command from a notebook keyboard things get a lot faster if you make use of the extra keys to - for instance - interact with items.