That didn’t work. I felt frustrated by the lack of clear instructions, and wasted a lot of time searching for high quality tutorials. A lot of the videos were just plain awful.
Then I tried reading books.
I started to see signs of progress, but it was a time consuming and boring process. I was tired of slowly working through the various activities within the books.
After making very little progress, I decided that I would simply figure it out on my own.
I wasted at least 3 years doing that.
I felt alone in my struggles and was completely powerless. I had mastered the basics of Logic, but I just couldn’t get my head around the advanced features that I knew would bring me confidence.
Then I went to University, and everything turned around…
As soon as I started learning from real people who had more experience than me, I quickly mastered Logic Pro.
Watching somebody go through and perform these complicated procedures and explaining every step they took was SO much better than reading a book (or watching amateurs on YouTube).
If I had any questions or was struggling with a particular feature, the tutors were there to help me out.
My skills quickly developed I was amazed by how quickly I could use Logic Pro. Every time I opened the software, I was excited to start writing music (rather than intimidated and scared).
I felt powerful and finally trusted my abilities.
The music that I produced started to sound more professional, and I was proud of everything I wrote.