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Garnish Music Production School in London

Logic Training | How To Use Logic | GARNISH

 

Our cutting edge Logic Training in London not only shows you how to use Logic, but you also how to make a record in your style from a selection of instructors who have been there and done exactly that at the highest level, including Larry Holcome who not only is the production brains behind Rebel Sonix, but is an Apple Logic certified trainer.

 

In our Logic training courses we take you from the basics; what a DAW is and how it works, MIDI, workflow, plugins, using Channel Strips efficiently and Apple Loops; how to use them, when and when not to use them. By week two, you’ll be making your own unique sounds using subtractive synthesis in Logic’s ES1 and ES2. Sampling is week 3 which covers everything from mapping, tuning and the new funky way you can chop up loops in Logic 9. See our logic course page for more info.

 

Logic courses“Songwriting and performing has always been my thing but i’ve always been interested in the more technical side. A friend told me about Garnish School and their instructors so I booked their Logic course. It was just brilliant, Paul Waller was my instructor and an industry name I already knew! The course was paced perfectly and I don’t think i’ve ever learnt so much in six weeks before. I’m finally very comfortable with Logic now and am making music on my own on planes travelling to gigs!” Robert Owens

 

Week 4 is all about audio and sound engineering techniques. Tom Belton usually takes over at this point of the course because of his engineering background and musical genre diversity. You will learn how to use Logic to record vocals, guitars and most regular instruments, how to compile takes effectively and learn all about microphones, the different types, polar patterns and recording techniques.

The Environment is covered in week 4 along with using the hyper editor, environment objects like chord memoriser, the arpeggiator and delay line. Lots of people are put off by the environment, but it’s not as hard as it looks!

 

“The reason I took the course is because I wanted to get more in-depth with different types of synthesis, electronic sound design and programming beats. I’ve been working on music the whole time on the courses here and at home, putting the tricks and methods i’ve learnt into practice. I’ve found that the way I approach things now is different to how I did before. I find now I work in a kind of optimised way, not only saving so much time when I work on music by getting what I want quickly. I now just know what to do to improve a song with production. There’s so much more scope now, so many more options than I had before I did the EMP course in particular. Great tutors with experience, good teaching techniques, and well structured lessons. I wouldn’t change anything on both courses and next I am going to take your mixing course.” Stefan Olsdal – Logic and EMP

 

In week 6 you’ll get an introduction to mixing covering automation in Logic, compression, EQ, convolution plugins, inserts, buses and grouping.

All in all, much more than a comprehensive course in Logic and introduction to music production, but don’t just talk our word for it, see what recent learners had to say about us HERE!

You can see our Logic training course here and all our other diploma music production courses here.

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