Step Sequencer Deep Dive (Logic Pro) [TUTORIAL]

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 Step Sequencer Deep Dive (Logic Pro) [TUTORIAL]

Step Sequencer Deep Dive (Logic Pro) [TUTORIAL]

In-Depth Study of Step Sequencer for Logic Pro Beginners and Experienced Users

What you’ll learn:

  • Create your own drum patterns
  • Create your own bass patterns
  • Create chord progressions
  • Create your own loops
  • Learn how to work with drum machine designer


  • Have Logic Pro installed on your Mac

This course offers an in-depth look into Step Sequencer tool of the Logic Pro. You don’t need to know how to play any musical instrument, nor to be proficient in music theory. This course is all about experimenting and creating your own patterns and sounds. If you are new to Logic Pro, Step Sequencer is a good place to start exploring this software. If you already have some experience, this course will help you to master your pattern and loop creating skills. So, the knowledge you’ll acquire during this course will either help you to start your journey in music production or will make you feel more confident in the field! Logic Pro is a software with vast functionality and almost all the courses out there cover it in general with only limited time dedicated to it’s specific modules. This is why I decided to create a course specifically dedicated to Step Sequencer and it’s functions. You will learn how to create your own patterns using different instruments of Logic Pro library, as well as how to use patterns from Pattern Browser of Logic Pro. We will study how to use and modify loops from Loops Browser, how to place accents using Velocity Parameter, and many many more. I hope you’ll enjoy the course! Let’s get started!


Section 1: Creating a Drums Pattern

  • Lecture 1 Lesson One Study Plan
  • Lecture 2 Opening Step Sequencer
  • Lecture 3 Choosing an instrument
  • Lecture 4 The structure of the Step Sequencer
  • Lecture 5 Creating first pattern
  • Lecture 6 Cleaning up the pattern
  • Lecture 7 Assignment 1

Section 2: Creating a Bass Pattern

  • Lecture 8 Lesson Two Study Plan
  • Lecture 9 Creating a new pattern region
  • Lecture 10 Making a cell longer
  • Lecture 11 Changing the chords
  • Lecture 12 The ‘Chance’ parameter
  • Lecture 13 Adding a new note
  • Lecture 14 Assignment 2

Section 3: Drum Machine Designer

  • Lecture 15 Lesson Three Study Plan
  • Lecture 16 Drum Machine Designer
  • Lecture 17 Choosing the right patch
  • Lecture 18 Saving your pattern
  • Lecture 19 Changing the tempo
  • Lecture 20 Assignment 3

Section 4: Pattern Browser

  • Lecture 21 Lesson Four Study Plan
  • Lecture 22 Pattern Browser
  • Lecture 23 Velocity parameter
  • Lecture 24 Deleting and adding rows
  • Lecture 25 ‘Start Offset’ edit mode
  • Lecture 26 ‘Loop Start/End’ edit mode
  • Lecture 27 Assignment 4

Section 5: Automation Parameters

  • Lecture 28 Lesson Five Study Plan
  • Lecture 29 Loop Browser
  • Lecture 30 Automation Rows
  • Lecture 31 ‘Retro Synth’ instrument
  • Lecture 32 ‘Slide’ automation mode
  • Lecture 33 Adjusting automation parameters
  • Lecture 34 Assignment 5

Section 6: Live Pattern Recording

  • Lecture 35 Lesson Six Study Plan
  • Lecture 36 ‘Midi In’ button
  • Lecture 37 ‘Tie’ edit mode
  • Lecture 38 Live pattern recording
  • Lecture 39 Adding accents
  • Lecture 40 Creating chord progression
  • Lecture 41 Assignment 6

Section 7: Drums and bass tracks

  • Lecture 42 Lesson Seven Study Plan
  • Lecture 43 Creating drums part
  • Lecture 44 Creating bass part
  • Lecture 45 Final Assignment
  • Beginners to Music Production and Logic Pro,Experienced Logic Pro users who want to enhance their knowledge of Step Sequencer

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