Logic and Ableton


30 Hours

At the beginning of this course, students will have a solid foundation in Pro Tools. This class explores a number of other key DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) in the music industry—Logic, Ableton and Reason—three very popular apps in modern sequencing and recording.

Students also learn the fundamentals of MIDI protocol (Musical Instrument Digital Interface), and cover the history and theory of MIDI and its implementation in music composition, recording and arranging. Students learn how to design, build-up and troubleshoot hardware and software-based MIDI systems, and will become familiar with MIDI instruments such as MIDI interfaces, keyboards and controllers.

ILG100: Introduction to Logic

30 Hours

This course introduces students to another popular production software, Apple’s Logic Pro, through which students will gain hands-on experience working in the program with audio and MIDI.