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Mark Cousins , Russ Hepworth-Sawyer

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19. März 2010
From initial track laying through to mixing, sound design, and mastering Mark Cousins and Russ Hepworth- Sawyer bring you Logic Pro 9. By Highlighting the relevant parts of each application they take you through every step of the music creation and production process giving you all the tips, tutorials and tricks that pros use to create perfect recordings. The book has full color screen shots illustrating the tools, functions and the new look of Logic Pro 9, and the companion website has audio samples and loops. Logic Pro 9 covers more than just the software it will help you make the most out of every recording session, and will Illuminate and inspire you creative and sonic endeavors!

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"One thing that set's this book aside from the many others on offer is the layout. Cousins and Hepworth-Sawyer have taken a process-driven approach with each section loosely following the structure and order of the writing, production and mastering of a track. Its in the closing chapters that things get especially interesting, with useful details on how to set up Logic's Environment. As a bonus there's an accompanying website with useful links and nearly 190MB of free loops. Well laid-out and packing plenty of tips and tricks for beginner and intermediate Logic users. 8 of 10 stars."--MusicTech Magazine "Logic Pro 9 Audio and Music Production is a complete tutorial that will update existing users of the man new features, additional content (samples) and instruments now integrated into this program. Essentially a guided tour with many full-color screen shots that (if you want) hold your hand through learning Logic or teach you new tricks if you're an old hand."--Music Connection

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Mark Cousins works as a composer, programmer and engineer, as well as being senior writer for Music Tech Magazine. His professional work includes composing music for some of the world's largest production music companies - including Universal Publishing Production Music - with broadcaster credits including BBC1, BBC2, ITV, Channel 4, Five, BBC World and Sky One, among others. He has also had works performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the East of England Orchestra, City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and the Brighton Festival Chorus, as well as having mixed several orchestral albums for BMG Zomba. Russ Hepworth-Sawyer is a sound engineer and producer with extensive experience in all things audio. He is a member of the Association of Professional Recording Services and the Audio Engineering Society; a Fellow of the Institute For Learning (U.K.); and a board member of the Music Producer's Guild. Through MOTTOsound (www.mottosound.co.uk), Russ works freelance in the industry as a mastering engineer, a producer, writer, and consultant. Russ currently lectures part-time for York St John University and Barnsley College Online and has taught extensively in higher education at British institutions including Leeds College of Music, London College of Music, and Rose Bruford College. He currently writes for Pro Sound News Europe, has contributed to Sound On Sound magazine, and has written many titles for Focal Press.

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13 von 13 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
4.0 von 5 Sternen Helpful, but with a point of view 7. Mai 2010
Von Personne - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Most of us who use DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) programs have a standard program that we've used for years. On occasion, we face a project which uses another program--one that's unfamiliar. Typically it's a rush, so we bash our way through, learning just enough to get the job done. That was my initial experience with Logic. With any program there are many other things that we don't know about, or that we don't know how to find. Once upon a time, you received a hard-copy manual that could be browsed. Now, as with many other programs, there's only an online manual. It's not conducive to browsing, and it can't be dog-eared and marked up. That's where a book like this comes in.

The authors give a pretty good 5000' view of the product, and I've learned about a number of things in Logic. I'll make some changes in my workflow as a result. As indicated by the title, the primary focus is audio and music production. As a result, discussions of features like low-level audio editing are a little cursory. The description of the many built-in synthesizers is very good, and I'm looking forward to rolling up my sleeves with some of them. After all the synthesis and mixing, there's an overview of the mysteries of mastering and working with video.

I have some general criticisms, along with a couple of specific complaints. In the discussion of mastering, there are many suggestions to listen to commercial releases. No mention of jazz, classical, spoken-word, etc. Most mixers and many mastering engineers absolutely despise the way many commercial releases are mastered. Following this bad practice is hardly to be recommended. There is also a brief description of mixing in surround. There is no discussion of the role of bass-management and the appropriate way to use the LFE channel. First-time surround mixers almost inevitably misunderstand this, and usually have to do their mixes over. This book could help and it doesn't

More generally, I think the organization could be improved. I'd prefer to see a complete description of the framework of a feature (mixing architecture, for example), followed by extensions such as plugins. It's a little more mixed-up in this book. But most importantly, I'd like to see a reference section--a menu-by-menu, feature-by-feature appendix. With a book like this, I can remember seeing a description of something--but I can't remember where it was. A reference section would be most appreciated.

But all in all it's a helpful book and provides a good view into a very powerful chunk of software.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Not a good learning tool 28. Juni 2010
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I think I've given this book a fair chance, but I just haven't found it very useful as a learning tool. For me there are a number of problems with it:

a) The book seems to assume quite a bit of domain knowledge (that you're already familiar with Logic or other similar tools)

b) It mostly operates at the theoretical level, rather than delving down into actual projects and step-by-step descriptions. The book tells you about the existance of lots of tools and features, without really telling you how to use them.

c) very poor use of diagrams. Although the book is filled with nice looking color diagrams, I've found that over and over I'll be reading along, it will be talking about something in Logic's interface, and I'll have to flip through pages forward and backward from where I'm reading to try to find a relevant picture. In that way it's very poorly organized.

I consider the Apple Pro Training series book to be much more useful for beginners learning Logic. When it describes features it gives you step by step how to use it, and sample projects you can follow along with.

There are also some really good video training packages out there for Logic, like the one from "Lynda". Use this book only as a last resort.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Seems to be a great way to learn Logic Pro 19. April 2010
Von J. Etnier - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm writing this from the perspective of a decades-long audio production career, making the jump to my first DAW after years with 2" tape, later adats, later RADAR24. I took a few years off and then decided to purchase Logic Pro 9 for my personal music use.

PROS:
This book is great for the independent-minded user in that, unlike David Nahmani's official Apple guide, you can jump in anywhere and get info about using a given Logic function without being dragged through a step-by-step tutorial using presupplied sample files. My mind gravitates to this type of learning, so, although I wound up with both books on hand, I have spent all my time in this volume.

The writing is pleasant: informal without being chatty or stupid. Most of the functions that Logic supports seem to get at least a discussion. Most, not all; for example I found no reference to the "Shuffle L, Shuffle R" way of editing. For that kind of thing, there's Logic help, plus the 1300+-page manual which ships with Logic Pro 9.

CONS:
The book reeks of having originally been written for the WINDOWS version and updated for subsequent releases. This shows up most noticeably in the keystoke shortcut descriptions: everything which would use the OPTION key on a Mac is written as if the user was in Windows, being told to use the ALT key instead. A simple search-replace of the book's text several revisions ago would have been at the very least polite.

Also, the book regularly sends the reader to other sections for amplification on a given topic, but has no callouts for sections (say: "7.15") in the margins. This makes for more searching around than would otherwise be the case. The top margin is used intead to display the book's title for 405 consecutive pages.

Finally: I just found the book's associated website today, 2 weeks after purchase. The link is not given prominent notice, but can be found at the bottom of the back cover blurb.

But these are inconveniences, not major drawbacks. I've found Logic Pro 9: Audio and Music Production to be just the book I was looking for.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Strong Reference for Apple Logic Pro 9 24. Oktober 2010
Von Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Logic Pro 9: Audio and Music Production, a reference book by Mark Cousins (composer, programmer, engineer, etc.) and Russ Hepworth-Sawyer (engineer, producer, university lecturer) details how to use Digital Audio Workstation software program Apple Logic Pro 9. The publication, published in 2010 by Focal Press is incredibly well written and detailed and helps the "blind" amateur understand the `ins and outs' of Logic Pro. Included within this reference is a table of contents of all the chapters/sub-sections as well as a valuable subject index. While all recording grows complicated pretty quickly, Cousins and Hepworth-Sawyer do a good job of reigning in the the difficult aspects through this exceptionally penned reference.

Chapter 1, entitled "The Logic Concept" gives a brief history about Logic and details the softwares advantages over other Digital Audio Workstations (DAW's). Chapter 2, entitled "Logic's Interface" entails just that, with sub-sections included on the capabilities of the software, specific windows including `the arranger window,' `editor areas,' and `media and lists areas' among other topics. Chapter 2 provides an overview, in essence.

Chapter 3, entitled "Getting Connected" details how to connect other devices to the computer so that they work with the Logic software. This chapter discusses USB devices(audio interfaces, controller keyboards), firewire devices, and monitors among other things. Also discussed is audio preferences (i.e. each connected external audio device appears once Logic opens), hard drives, control surfaces, hardware integration (latency is discussed here), and midi. The chapter proves very informative and covers all bases on proper connection with external devices. Chapter 4, entitled "Starting a Project," deals with beginning a project on the software. "Assets" are defined in this chapter as `the collection of separate files and data that a song can be composed of'; a "Knowledgebase" section also details the role of `assets` in Logic. Other important sections of the chapter discuss working with tracks, the audio mixer, using transport (dealing with using the metronome, auto punch recording, etc.), overdubbing, audio importation, using Apple loops, mixing, and monitoring. This chapter details the `meat' of beginning a song and gives the basics of how to go about doing so.

Chapter 5, entitled "Audio Regions and Editing" deals with specific ways of editing recorded audio. The chapter spans an incredible fifty-nine pages offering valuable information on using `the inspector', the powerhouse of editing various parameters, etc. After an initial introduction to the `inspector', the authors branch off into the specific applications of `the Inspector' delving into numerous, specific topics including resizing/cutting audio clips, fading and crossfading, quantization, insertion and deletion of sections of songs, tempo, among a plethora of other helpful topics. Chapter 5 is quite the accurate and specific reference. Where Chapter 5 dealt with audio editing, Chapter 6, "MIDI Sequencing and Instrument Plug-Ins" deals with synthetic instruments and editing of those instruments. Another lengthy chapter (54 pages), numerous topics are covered here including basic MIDI concepts, creating instrument tracks, editing/arranging midi, quantization, the piano roll, sequencing (specifically `Step-Time Sequencing'), among other things. This chapter is a must read for all Logic users as MIDI is a huge part of recording with any DAW.

Chapter 7 seems to be one of the first chapters that extends beyond the basic ideas of Logic Pro 9. The chapter, entitled "Creative Sound Design," deals with `aspects of designing and modifying sound'. The focus here includes synthesizers (within the program, use of oscillation, modulators, and `Sculpture', a mathematically-driven modeling component of Logic. The chapter is complex but extremely informative. Chapter 8, "Mixing in Logic" deals with mixing and deals with the numerous things that can be done to make your Logic project captivating. This includes sub-sections detailing how to mix, send effects, automation/automation modes, compression, vocal processing, and delay among other things. Chapter 9, hence is unsurprisingly "Mastering in Logic," detailing the unique issues that always befall mastering (bouncing, exportation/burning, dithering, etc.). Interesting about chapter 9 is the fact that the authors explain the objectives of mastering, which is a superb touch.

Chapter 10, "Logic and Multimedia Production," deals with `multimedia' possibilities, namely movies, which addresses a whole new set of issues with scene changes, score editing, and surround sound, among other things. The final chapter, Chapter 11, "Optimizing Logic," deals with using Logic to its fullest to work best for its individual user. Dealt with here are templates, windows, key commands, input/output labels, and nodes and distributed audio processing among other things.

Essentially, Logic Pro 9: Audio and Music Production, offers a very concise, healthy reference filled with all one needs to understand and use Apple Logic successfully. Even for those who do not use Logic Pro per say, this reference offers nice helpful tips in recording, mixing, and mastering.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen It's All A Matter Of Logic! 29. Dezember 2011
Von Robert Mitchell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Logic Pro 9 is a must have if you produce music with Logic Studio. This book shows you everything there is to know about Logic. It has full color illustrations as examples that are so detailed you would have to be an idiot not to understand. And it's not just a how-to book. It also explains what you are doing, and how the application will affect your project. That's a major help when you wanna know exactly what the piano roll, or hyper editor does to speed up or slow down your workflow. Everything was thought out with you in mind as a Logic user. This book is like having an expert right there. I love everything this book has to offer. Before, I just knew the basics of Logic. With this I can really push the envelop on my projects. I can even get into the mastering process now without being confused on what I'm actually doing. This book is the ultimate explanation of Logic and all of its wonderful features. For this price you can't go wrong. Logic Studio is the best music software program in my opinion and I'm sure many would agree. But what good is it if you don't know how to use it to its fullest potential? This book will make sure that never happens. This is your Logic bible! Follow it, and you will be guided to musical bliss! Trust me! I'm there every time I use Logic Studio now. No joke! Its so much more fun when you know what's up!
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