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The Power in Logic Pro

Songwriting, Composing, Remixing, and Making Beats

By Dot Bustelo

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The Power in Logic Pro (Songwriting, Composing, Remixing, and Making Beats). Quick Pro Guides. Softcover with DVD-ROM. 176 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.333399).

ISBN 1458414191. 8.5x11 inches.

Dot Bustelo's signature approach to teaching Logic will get you up and running quickly. She'll help you move beyond the basics to discover a professional-level Logic workflow, taught through highly musical examples that expose Logic's essential features and powerful production tools. You'll find many of the tips, tricks, and insider techniques that powered Logic to its industry-leading status as the best tool for unleashing creativity in songwriting, composing, making beats, and remixing. Plus, find out why musicians over the years have sworn Logic “grooves better.”

Dot provides the powerful methodology for creating in Logic that she has shared with countless high-profile bands and Grammy Award-winning producers and engineers. Here's just a sampling of what some of music's most successful artists say about Dot's approach to Logic:

Ronnie Vannucci, The Killers: “Dot has made Logic, well, logical.”

Ryan Tedder, OneRepublic: “Dot Bustelo has hands down the most extensive working knowledge of Logic and all its intricacies.”

James Valentine, Maroon 5: “Dot was the first one to introduce me to Logic.... She knows this software inside and out, and she breaks everything down in an easy-to-understand way. And she knows the best insider techniques that will make your recording more efficient and creative.... I wonder when Dot will get sick of me asking her Logic-related questions?”

Nathaniel Motte, 3OH!3: “Dot has provided me with an incredible source of in-depth and practical knowledge of Apple's Logic program. She has shown me tricks in Logic that have opened creative doors that I didn't even know existed.”

Chad Hugo, N.E.R.D., The Neptunes: “When you got a Logic problem / Dot has wrote a book to solve 'em . . . / And this right here is it. Yeya!”.