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Hey community,

I'm starting to teach myself a bit of (home)-production (not aiming for something big) via Logic Pro 9.
Are there any tutorials/series of tutorials about Logic pro and production in general worth watching/reading/buying? I'm already pretty familiar with Logic itself, mainly looking for guidelines to mixing etc.
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Really....is this Free no catch?
None at all, that's the idea of Coursera. They actually have a few audio engineering/sound recording classes from all sorts of schools, take a look around
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Hey JGAN thanks for spreading the word on coursera. Ive been learning about musoc production on my own but started on the berklee classes they offer and already i have filled in some gaps in my knowledge that i feel are pretty important.

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None at all, that's the idea of Coursera. They actually have a few audio engineering/sound recording classes from all sorts of schools, take a look around
That's great to hea, I'm off to enroll now!
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A simple you tube or Google search will yield a ridiculous amount of free tutorials and videos for pretty much any DAW you want.
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Coursera are great, they also have a songwriting course which I found really interesting. I think I will take a look into their production course (I'm also fairly new to it).

So far I've been using youtube videos, there are hundreds of videos showing the basics. I bought a tutorial DVD but I find it much easier to search on youtube when I need to find out how to do something new. Searching on these forums is also highly beneficial once you've learnt the basics or are looking for a particular sound
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