Explore Apple's powerful Logic Pro DAW and advance your knowledge in music creation and production techniques. With Berklee Online's extensive curriculum, you will learn to:
- Write, record, edit, mix, and master all from one DAW
- Use and understand the various software instruments in Logic Pro
- Work with sound design plug-ins in Logic Pro
- Effectively mix a music project in Logic Pro
Courses In Which Logic Can Be Used
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