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LOGIC PRO

NEXT CLASS STARTING June 8

Learn the fundamentals of producing with Logic Pro and produce an original track by the end of the course.

Apple’s Logic Pro might be the most powerful and full-featured Digital Audio Workstation on the market, and if you already own a Mac, it’s definitely the most affordable. It includes an incredible selection of top quality instruments and plugins and it is a favorite of many producers across a range of genres.

Topics Covered

Overview of Logic and understanding the interface

Drum programming

Recording and editing MIDI

Working with Apple Loops and the loop library

Creating melodies, chords, and basslines

Song arrangement, structure, and analysis

Recording and editing audio

Basic synthesis and customizing synth presets

Virtual instruments and how to get the most out of them

Sampling

Automation and mapping

Flex Time and Flex Pitch

Audio effects with an emphasis on EQ, Compression, and Reverb

The basics of mixing and mastering your song


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HEAR WHY STUDENTS LOVE OUR CLASSES

Hundreds of students have taken this class as their first composition class ever, and they have all ended up making amazing music!

 

Are you ready to produce in Logic?

  • Overview of Logic and understanding the interface

  • Working with Apple Loops and the loop library

  • Song arrangement, structure, and analysis

  • Virtual instruments and how to get the most out of them

  • And much more…
 

Classrooms & Studio Space

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

If your questions aren’t covered below, you can email us or call us.

Who is this class for?
This class is for students that have little (or no) prior music theory training, or students that are self-taught and have gaps in their knowledge. The course will give students a solid foundation into music theory and composition, so that students spend less time hunting for the right notes for their musical ideas, and instead learn a method to get their ideas out quickly and accurately.

What is the time commitment and class schedule?
We offer classes that meet from once per week to several times per week, so you can choose a class that suits your schedule best. You will be expected to devote about 3 hours of time per week, outside of class, to practice the concepts covered each week.

What equipment do I need to take this class?
All you need is a laptop with a DAW of choice installed and a pair of headphones. If you want to use Ableton Live you can download the free demo here. We’ll provide a MIDI keyboard and Ableton Push for you to use during class.

Do you offer discounts on Ableton Live and other software?
Yes, as a 343 Labs student, you are eligible for a 40% discount on an Ableton Live license and can get discounts on most software and hardware through us. Just let us know, and we will help. If you prefer to try out Live before buying, you can download a free 30-day demo here.

Will there be homework, and will I get feedback from my instructor?
Yes, you will be getting assignments after every class to practice and apply the concepts you learned. You will also be working towards completing your first track and presenting it to the class on the final day. Students will present their assignments at the beginning of every class, and the instructor will be giving feedback and making improvement suggestions.

What happens if I miss a class?
If you miss a class, you can watch the recording, or refer to the class notes emailed to you by your instructor after every class. You can also arrange a makeup class with your instructor for $75.

Do you offer refunds if I change my mind?
Yes, we do. You can read our full refund policy here.

Can you transfer me to a different class if the class is too easy or hard, or if my schedule changes?
We would be happy to transfer you to a different class if you let us know within the first three sessions. We usually don’t charge for making a transfer.

Do you offer gift certificates?
Yes, we do. Please contact us to arrange it.

Why are you called 343 Labs?
Sound travels at 343 meters per second. We thought that would make for a pretty cool name.

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