Apple Logic Pro X 10.4 101 Course
Logic Pro 10.4 Professional Music Production – APL-CP102-040-in
This Logic Pro X 10.4 Professional Music Production course introduces students to the primary features and basic user interface of Logic Pro X 10.4. They will learn how to generate a customized audio and MIDI configuration that will seamlessly integrate with your own personal production studio. Students will also create their own song using a comprehensive array of software instruments, Apple Loops, and DSP effects. In-depth lessons cover MIDI and audio recording; streamlined editing, mixing, and arrangement techniques; user defined key commands; automation; using external MIDI
controllers; and creating final output. Certification Exam Participants take an exam to earn Apple Certified Pro – Logic Pro X status.
This Logic Pro X 10.4 Professional Music Production course teaches students the following skills:Understanding workflow techniquesRecording and editing audio and MIDIUsing software instrumentsWorking with audio effects Mixing and automationManipulating pitch and time Audience
This course is designed for people who want to learn music production and composition using Logic Pro X and who prefer hands-on and interactive instruction to best explore thesoftwareÕs functions.
• macOS and basic computer navigation
• Audio terminology
Day 1 MAKE MUSIC WITH LOGIC NOW!
Creating a Logic Pro X project,Exploring the interface Navigating the project, Building up the arrangement Mixing the song, Mixing down to a stereo file RECORDING AUDIO,Setting up digital audio recording settings, Recording a single track, Recording additional takes Punching in and out, Recording without a metronome Changing recording settings, Deleting unused audio files EDITING AUDIO, Assigning mouse tools, Editing regions in the workspace, Comping takes, Adding fades and crossfades Editing regions in the audio track editor, Aligning audio
PRODUCING A VIRTUAL DRUM TRACK
Creating a drummer track, Arranging the drum track Customizing the drum kit, RECORDING MIDI AND USING CONTROLLERS, Using a patch from the library, Recording MIDI, Correcting the timing of a MIDI recording, Joining recordings into a MIDI region, Recording MIDI takes, Punching in and out, Creating a layered sound patch Mapping smart controls to patch parameters, Processing MIDI notes with MIDI effects, CREATING AND EDITING MIDI, Creating MIDI notes in the piano roll editor, Using the brush tool and custom brush patterns, Using time handles Quantizing MIDI regions a
Apple Final cut Pro 10.4 101 Course
Final cut Pro 10.4 Professional Post Production – APL-CP 101-IN
This Final Cut Pro X 10.4 Professional Post-Production course is designed to provide students with becoming familiar with the user interface while learning how to perform editing functions. Students will work with real-world media to learn practical approaches to video editingÑfrom basic techniques to powerful advanced features. Demonstrate your knowledge by passing the Final Cut Pro X 10.4 exam and earning Apple Certified Pro
Final Cut Pro X 10.4 certification.
Upon completion of the Final Cut Pro X 10.4 Professional Post-Production course, students will be able to: Using libraries to organize and manage media and projects Applying exceptionally fast, fluid editing techniques for video and audio,Fine-tuning clips in the timeline, Applying effects and transitions, and retiming clips, Working with 3D titles, 360¼ video, and multicam clips, Creating captions Manipulating images with the color
correction effects Students will also ?nish and share your final project
This course is designed for anyone who wants to edit professional-quality video with Final Cut Pro X and who prefer hands-on and interactive instruction to best explore the softwareÕs functions.
• macOS and basic computer navigation
• Video editing terminology
Day 1 GETTING STARTED
Download and prepare lesson media files Understand the basic Final Cut Pro workflow.
Define the clip, event, and library containers, Understand the differences between internal and external media files, Create a camera archive, Import files using Media Import and the Finder
Apply keywords to a clip and clip ranges, Search and filter clips by keywords, Add notes and ratings to a clipand create Smart Collections, Detect people and composition within clips, Understand and assign roles.
MAKING THE FIRST EDIT
Create a project, Understand the attraction and repulsion behaviors of a storyline, Append, insert, and rearrange clips within a primary storyline, Batch edit a storyboard of clips Ripple, Roll, and Slip edit clips, Use the Blade tool and replace with a gap clip, ripple delete, and join through edit.
MAKING THE FIRST EDIT (CONTINUED)
Perform connect edits, Create and edit in a connected storyline, Adjust audio levels, Share the project to a media file
REVISING THE EDIT
Define and distinguish between the two types of project duplication, Understand the replace edit options, use markers for clip sync and task notes, Create and edit with an audition clip, Refine clip duration using Trim to Playhead and Trim to Selection..
ENHANCING THE EDIT
Vary the playback speed of clips,Modify the look of clips with effects, Use transitions, Adjust the transform and compositing controls, Create compound clips.
FINISHING THE EDIT
Add and modify a lower third, Add and modify a 3D title Split-edit audio and video, Keyframe audio, Adjust an image using the Color Board, Color Wheels, and Color Curves
SHARING A PROJECT
Export to a media file, Post media to an online host Create a bundle for multiple platforms, Understand the XML workflow, Integrate Compressor export options
Differentiate between external and internal media Import media as referenced and managed, Move and copy clips within and between libraries, Consolidate media files in one location
ADVANCING YOUR WORKFLOW
Identify manual options for new projects, Sync dual system recordings, Create a chroma key, Understand the multicam workflow, Configure for 360¼ video editing, Create and share closed captioning