Scoring with Logic Pro Course Technology Textbook Distributed by Alfred Music Publishing
LOS ANGELES, CA
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Alfred Music Publishing, the official print music publisher of thousands of popular artists, songwriters, and composers, distributes Scoring with Logic Pro
, a comprehensive guide on how to use Apple’s Logic Pro Score Editor, from Course Technology, a division of Cengage Learning.
In Scoring with Logic Pro, expert user and author Jay Asher offers 22 concise and easy-to-follow tutorials that guide the reader in inputting, formatting, and printing music notation using Logic Pro's Score Editor. Whether a beginner or a long-time Logic Pro user just getting into composition, readers are presented with a well-rounded approach on how to effectively maneuver one of the most professional DAW on the market.
Apple's Logic Pro can be used to compose anything from a symphony to a television jingle and includes complete tools for scoring, recording, and processing music and audio. Despite Logic's popularity as a composition tool, its Score Editor can be one of the application's most challenging features to master.
Jay Asher is a composer, songwriter, arranger, orchestrator, conductor, pianist/synthesist, and entertainer. As a composer, he has written music scores and songs for many TV series, TV movies of the week, and films, most notably New World Television’s Zorro. He has written songs that have been recorded by Julio Iglesias, Whitney Houston, and Donna Summer, among others. Among the films and TV movies he has arranged, orchestrated, and/or conducted for are Paramount Pictures’ Blame It on Rio and NBC’s TV mini-series JFK: Reckless Youth. He has served as musical director and/or accompanist for such artists as Neil Diamond, Bobby Gentry, Carol Burnett, Minnie Riperton, Donald O’ Connor, and Roslyn Kind.
Scoring with Logic Pro (54-1133693342) is now available for $29.99 at music retail stores and at alfred.com/proaudio.