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Logic 9 Looking for resources about the Environment

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by jisley, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. jisley

    jisley New Member

    Hi all,

    I am looking for resources about working with the environment. I have a few complex and detailed things I'd like to accomplish and I am running into dead ends trying to find in-depth how to's, articles, or people I can contact with questions.

    Who's the go-to person for the environment these days? Are there any recommended resources, books, articles, etc., about working in the environment?

    Your help and input is welcome.

  3. zerobeat

    zerobeat Senior member
    Go to Downloads > Logic Environments (especially Swiftkick Toolkit)

    However, I am sure that most of these Logic song files are too old to be opened up in Logic 8/9 since they were created in Logic 4 or earlier. The song structure of Logic changed radically in Logic8, and Apple didn't provide any compatibility for ancient song files.

    Logic 5/6/7 song files can be opened up in Logic 8/9.

    But since Logic 5/6/7 can open up Logic 1/2/3/4 songs, the solution is to just resave to make them "Logic 8/9" ready.

    If somebody still has Logic 5/6/7 installed, maybe they want to do a favour and "refresh" these song files, and then present them to Len Sasso at Swiftkick to upload.
  4. Pete Thomas

    Pete Thomas Administrator Staff Member

    Can you be more specific about what you want to achieve?

    The environment can be a bit of a jungle (yes there are snakes in there!)

    I have done a few tutorials and examples with downloads, and some quite complex stuff, but I'm far from being a real guru.
  5. georgeptingley

    georgeptingley New Member

    I have profited much from the macProvideo tutorials. There is much there on the Environment worth checking out.
  6. bobdemaa

    bobdemaa Senior member

    I recently rediscovered an environment manual of sorts published by Len Sasso which went a really long way to describing each of the building blocks of the environment. This came out when Logic 3 or 4 was out, but that part of Logic hasn't changed all that much. Aside from that. Sound On Sound Magazine has a lot of Environment articles. you can search through the archives if you are a subscriber.

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