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This in-depth Logic Pro X training is now just $29

Dive into music production with 45 hours of expert insight.
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April 23, 2019
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Long gone are the days when musicians and producers had to sign with a major record label in order to gain exposure. Now, thanks to an increasingly powerful and affordable collection of home recording software, virtually anyone can craft a best-selling hit from the comfort of their living room.

Nothing embodies this home recording revolution like Logic Pro X—an incredibly versatile yet streamlined piece of music production software that's been used to craft some of the biggest hits of the past few years—and the Ultimate Logic Pro X Music Production Bundle will teach you everything you need to know about this game-changing platform for just $29.

With 45 hours of in-depth instruction led by industry experts, this bundle is ideal for both aspiring producers and more seasoned pros who want to learn about one of the field's most powerful production platforms.

After an introductory lesson that walks you through the basics of the program, you'll learn how to create clear mixes, build songs from scratch using in-box instruments, design your own synthesizers, use plugins to add depth and clarity to your productions and much more.

There's also extensive instruction that focuses on songwriting—a vital element of the entire production process.

Harness the power of one of the world's most relied-upon pieces of music production software. The Ultimate Logic Pro X Music Production Bundle is available for just $29 for a limited time.

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