Logic Pro X – MIDI Plug-ins Overview

Unsure why Apple didn’t talk about these features. The MIDI Plug-ins, in my opinion, are some of the most important features added to Logic Pro X.

In our first video tutorial exploring the recently released Logic Pro X, Dubspot instructor, course designer, and Logic guru Matt Shadetek takes a look at some of the new MIDI plug-ins including the Arpeggiator, Modulator, and Chord Trigger. Shadetek goes under the hood of Logic Pro X to reveal other tucked MIDI production tools and features.

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3 Responses to “Logic Pro X – MIDI Plug-ins Overview”

  1. Peter Kirn July 28, 2013 at 4:59 am #

    They didn’t talk about them? Maybe not on their Website? They definitely showed them in our briefing, and so of course I mentioned them in my hands-on — was kind of my personal favorite feature.

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