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Logic Pro X Classes

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“As a current Logic user, it’s good (and a little overwhelming) to realize how much about Logic I’ve forgotten or never knew in the first place, and how much more there is to learn. Thanks for this class. I really feel like I’m getting up to speed. This is huge!” "

– Morry C, Logic Student

Logic Pro X 101:

Logic is Apple’s integrated digital audio and MIDI sequencing production system. Students will be introduced to all of the primary windows and features in Logic, to the point where they can confidently manage and complete a song using Logic, from inspiration to a burned CD.

  • Working with Apple Loops and other media.

  • Recording and editing MIDI clips and tracks.

  • The Inspector window and setting custom sounds.

  • Markers and song locators

  • Automation and a brief introduction to the mixing process.

  • Navigating through Logic.

  • Environment and arrange windows.

  • Matrix, event, and hyper information.

  • Recording and editing audio.

  • Score window overview.

Logic Pro X 201:

This class covers higher-end functions relating to composition, sound design, and post-production. All of the built-in synthesizers are explained and explored, cross-referencing the synthesis training happening in other courses such as Sound Design 101 and 201. This class is a prerequisite for Producing and Arranging 210 - composing music for linear picture.

  • Creating tempo markers and hit point markers for picture.

  • Recording, editing and mixing chops.

  • Alchemy, EXS, Drummer, E series synths and other synth models.

  • Advanced arranging and production techniques. 

  • Automation.

  • Plug-ins and mixing.

  • Soft-synths and internal production.

  • Customizing your screenshots and key commands.

  • Working with Quicktime picture.

Mixing & Mastering 301 with Logic Pro X:

This class is the culmination ALL of the subjects learned to date – from music theory to songwriting, production tools and engineering concepts. Each week for 16 weeks, student projects and mixes will be dissected in a workshop setting to determine what works and what doesn’t using a set of specified objective criteria chosen by the student. Once mixed, the song will undergo mastering both at Pyramind “in the box” as well as at a professional facility in SF – the final step on the way to professional delivery. 

*Prerequisites exist for this class which include a minimum of: Logic 101 and 201 // Music Theory 101, 110 // Producing and Arranging 110 // Sound Design 101, 201.

  • Vocals and tuning issues.

  • Cleaning up noisy tracks.

  • Musical EQ’ing based on song key and mode.

  • Advanced automation techniques.

  • Preparing tracks for Mastering.

  • Maximizing song arrangement during the mix process.

  • Dissecting and understanding the emotional arc of the song.

  • Balancing the elements of the song with volume.

  • Advanced automation and FX routing.

  • The “6 stages of mixing”.

Meet your Logic Pro X Instructors!

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Jay-J Hernandez - Mixing with Logic

Spanning a career with over 150 releases, he’s won a Grammy® nomination, had his own Coke® bottle for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, DJ’d the MTV® AVMAs and launched two comp series for Defected.

As a producer, you’ll see his name on the biggest releases from Moulton Studios, OM, Naked Music and Defected. He’s remixed artists from Jill Scott to Joss Stone and has collaborated with producers from Kaskade to Miguel Migs.

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Ryan Rey - Logic Pro X 101, 201

Ryan Rey is a composer, guitarist, and teacher from the San Francisco Bay Area. He writes music for chamber ensembles, symphonic band, orchestra, rock groups, videogames, ringtones, and film.

At the age of 5, Ryan’s first instrument was a bright orange and neon green plastic toy guitar and his first recording setup was a Playschool cassette player with microphone combo. Using this toy tape recorder, he captured the sound of his screaming voice and feedback noises. This was his first exploration into composition. Nowadays, classical chamber music, electronic loops, heavy metal, and a mix of other genres influence his music.

Additional Information about building Custom Programs

  • All courses in the Complete are held at our San Francisco ground campus location.

  • Custom program students can choose from ANY of our existing individual classes based on need and satisfying all prerequisites.

  • Veterans and International students must choose from one of our approved Full Time programs and cannot build custom programs.

  • 13 subject tracks across 3 DAW’s (Pro Tools, Ableton Live and Logic Pro X).

  • Payment plans are available to qualified students with low monthly interest up to 2-years based on the size of a custom program.

  • Discounts on gear are available through our partnerships with Ableton, Mixed in Key and Sweetwater Sound!

  • All Access Studio Pass is granted FREE with enrollment of a custom program over $10,000 in tuition.

  • Tuition - variable based on the choice of classes in the Custom Program.

Need More Information?

Contact us directly:
(888) 378-MIND Extension 202 or admissions@pyramind.com