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Lesson 11. Setting Up the MIDI Environme... > Getting Started in Logic's Environme...

Getting Started in Logic's Environment Window

Take a moment to look at the studio around you. What do you see? At the very least you must have a MIDI controller (a keyboard or other device that produces MIDI signals), or you will find it difficult to interact with Logic. You may also have other synthesizers, a sampler, and even a few software instruments like Propellerhead Software's Reason or Native Instruments' Absynth. These instruments are your cherished toys, and they are all part of your music production environment.

You can easily look around your studio and see these MIDI devices, but Logic does not have the benefit of eyes—for Logic to “see” your studio, virtual copies of each MIDI device, called Objects, must exist inside a special Logic window called the Environment.


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