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Logic Pro 9 by Russ Hepworth-Sawyer, Mark Cousins

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In This Chapter

3.1  Introduction

3.2  USB Devices

3.3  FireWire Devices

3.4  PCI Express

3.5  Other Audio Equipment

3.6  Integration into Logic – Audio Preferences

3.7  Hard Drives

3.8  Control Surfaces

3.9  Distributed Audio Processing and External DSP Solutions

3.10  What Is MIDI?

3.11  Digidesign Hardware Integration with Logic

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Getting Connected

3.1 Introduction

Although it’s easy enough to produce music solely using your computer, it’s inevitable that you’ll want to add some additional equipment to enhance your workflow: whether it’s a USB controller keyboard to control one of Logic’s many virtual instruments, an additional hard drive for storing samples, or an audio interface so that you can ...

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