Go deeper, get more inspired in Logic with Dot on lynda.com and with her Hal Leonard book series.  For easy, practical Logic production techniques training, check out her online courses Making Beats in Logic Pro X, Making Beats (Logic 9), Logic Pro X New Features and New Ways of Creating in Logic Pro X on lynda.com  Free 7-day trial: lynda.com/trial/dotbustelo. You can also expand your Logic knowledge in Dot's workshops in Sound On Sound magazine

The POWER in Logic Pro available on Amazon.  Click here!

The POWER in Logic Pro available on Amazon.  Click here!

Ronnie Vannucci, The Killers: “Dot has made Logic, well, logical.
Nathaniel Motte, 3OH!3: “Dot has provided me with an incredible source of in-depth and practical knowledge of Apple’s Logic program. She has shown me tricks in Logic that have opened creative doors that I didn’t even know existed.
James Valentine, Maroon 5: “Dot was the first one to introduce me to Logic.... She knows this software inside and out, and she breaks everything down in an easy-to-understand way. And she knows the best insider techniques that will make your recording more efficient and creative.... I wonder when Dot will get sick of me asking her Logic-related questions?
5.0 out of 5 stars The Logic book I’ve been yearning for!” April 18, 2012
By JAllison
Format:Paperback
Finally, I’ve found a book on Logic that is .... well, logical! It fills in the missing links in the processes that were breaking my flow of creativity before. There is so much you can do with any musical idea during the creative process, and the last thing you want is to get hung up with a technical hurdle that interrupts you and demolishes your idea. I used to skip from point A to point C in order to make sure I at least got the idea down, but point B was usually the ingredient that could have potentially made a good idea great. In other words, this book helps you access deeper levels of technical music making in a creative, and most importantly fun way. It will bring out new ideas that you might not have dreamed of before. “Wow, I can do that, and it’s that easy?” These are the thoughts and words I used during the first few musical examples I tried. It is also a book that doesn’t have to be read from the beginning to the end. You can open it up to any page and find a really cool idea or something new to try. I had a feeling this would be the experience I would encounter when first learning about this book. It is written by someone who not only knows the program and it’s history, but by someone who has been using Logic to create and collaborate with top level musicians, world-wide for many years. In a day and age where most technical help books are sterile and merely just extensions of manufacture’s manuals, it’s a welcomed surprise to find a technical book that is both fun to read and musically inspiring. You will stop what you are doing and boot up Logic as quickly as you can once you read the first few pages! Thanks for writing this book Dot!
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Logic Pro book out of the four I own” August 6, 2012
By casadistortion
Format:Paperback
I’ve previously purchased three other books on Logic Pro since 2008 but this is the first one I’ve read cover to cover. I’ve been a professional, full-time musician and engineer since 1998 and what struck me most about Dot’s style is her ability to engage both the creative and analytical halves of my brain - simultaneously. I’d always suspected Logic Pro to be unique and unlike ProTools or Ableton Live (both of which I also use for their respective attributes) but this is the first book I’ve read that’s been able to explain to me both what Logic offers that other DAW’s do not and why I should care enough to learn yet another digital audio platform. “The Power in Logic Pro” does a fantastic job of teaching the nuts and bolts of Logic as well as laying the groundwork for artistic experimentation; all without the usual overbearing “the author’s way or the highway” textbook style to which we’ve unfortunately become accustomed when digesting software tutorials. This book was written by an intelligent musician who never forgets to remind the reader to “lose the lab coat” and make music in each and every chapter.
Editor in Chief Paul White's review of Logic Pro for Recording Engineers & Producers (Dec, '12 issue) - "I wish this had been around when I first encountered Logic!" - Paul White, Editor in Chief  

Editor in Chief Paul White's review of Logic Pro for Recording Engineers & Producers (Dec, '12 issue) - "I wish this had been around when I first encountered Logic!" - Paul White, Editor in Chief