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macProVideo.com releases "macProVideo Player" AU Plug-in


macProVideo.com has released an educational DSP plug-in designed to help audio producers learn software and music production skills, directly inside of Logic Pro X. This new plug-in, called the macProVideo Player, is a 64-bit Audio Unit plug-in designed specifically for Logic Pro X and other 64-bit Audio DAWs.

This new plug-in can be inserted into any channel strip in Logic Pro X. Once enabled, the plug-in provides direct access to a full curriculum of courseware created exclusively by macProVideo to help users learn fundamental skills in audio production, including recording, mixing, mastering, and using the instruments and DSP effects in Logic Pro.

The macProVideo Player plug-in for Logic Pro X provides access to the company's extensive library of audio software and workflow skills courses. Users can follow along as professional instructors demonstrate how to use Logic Pro in production studio environments. Because the plug-in inserts into any track in Logic Pro X, there's no need to open a web browser to launch the company's website before finding tutorials of interest. The result is quicker learning, directly inside the Logic Pro X software itself.

In addition to their ever-expanding library of Logic Pro X courses, the new plug-in also provides fast access to macProVideo's full online courseware library, including over 25,000 tutorials for Native Instruments, Moog, Maschine, Akai, iZotope, Autotune, Waves, Rob Papen, and dozens of other audio synth, plug-in, and software applications.

The new plug-in is available for free directly from the company's website. Over 2,000 tutorials are available upon installing, or users can upgrade to an all-access Library Pass and more than 1,500 hours of exclusive courseware for $25 per month.




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