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Easily switch between music and phone calls with 1 click
Pressure-free ear tips
Come in 3 sizes for the optimal fit
Exceptional sound quality delivered through compact earbuds
Compatible with 3.5mm plug-in devices
Written by veteran music and audio professional Graham English, Logic Pro X For Dummies jumps right in to using Apple’s high-end recording software so you can focus on doing what you do best—making music. From navigating the user interface to working with real and virtual instruments, recording tracks, editing audio, adding plug-ins, and everything in between, you’ll learn how to turn your musical inspiration into a fully-engineered and mastered demo.
- Shows you how to create a project, record live audio and MIDI tracks, import video, and mix songs like a pro
- Covers editing audio and adding effects and plug-ins to achieve your ideal sound
- Walks you through the entire audio engineering process from mix-down to mastering and exporting your final cut
- Includes information on how to use iPad and its touch interface to create amazing sound
If you’re serious about your sound, Logic Pro X For Dummies is your ultimate guide to achieving the quality you’ve been dreaming of and turning the volume up on all your musical endeavors.
From the early days, musical instruments in China were made from everyday items: hunting tools, trees, bamboo and even bones. During the Zhou dynasty, there were about 70 instruments. Today, there are hundreds.
But have your wondered how these musical instruments in China cane about? Well, in this book, the evolution of Chinese music cover the centuries is examined, from prehistoric times, through the Qin, Han, Sui and Tang dynasties, all the way to our modern times.