Nathan 'Adan' Adam
Producer/Engineer, Software/DAW Expert, Instructor
About the Instructor
Nathan “Adan” Adam is an award winning audio/video producer and university professor.
As a professor of Audio Engineering at Belmont University and formerly the Associate Chair of MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry, he has taught hundreds of passionate students about the power of new media technology.
Featured on MSNBC’s Tonight with Deborah Norville, he has engineered and edited projects including the orchestral score for “Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby”, along with tracks, TV episodes and radio spots for national artists including: Bill Medley, Collin Raye, Debbie Boone, Earl Scruggs, Neal McCoy, the Oak Ridge Boys, Rhonda Bennett, the Grascals, Jim Stafford, Larry Gatlin, Clay Cooper, Barbara Fairchild, Mickey Gilley, Dusty Rogers Jr., Moe Bandy, Carrie Tillis, Buck Trent, Les Brown Jr, and many others.
He has co-authored 2 books including the internationally distributed “Pro Tools: the Mixers Toolkit”, and the “Multi-Platinum Pro Tools” book and video series. He has also edited multiple video series including the Telly Award winning “Learn and Master Guitar”, and the “Presley Country Music Jubilee” TV series for RFD Networks.
He is co-founder of Multi-Platinum.com and the owner of the Walnut House recording & event complex in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Apply Your Pro Tools Knowledge to Logic Pro X.
This video goes in depth to show you:
- the difference between Logic and Pro Tools when creating sessions
- the best ways to customize your layouts inside Logic
- creating custom key commands inside Logic to make it work like Pro Tools
- adjusting the edit tools in Logic to make it function like Pro Tools
- using transport functions in Logic and Pro Tools
and much more...
There's no doubt that Logic Pro X is an incredibly powerful tool for producers and engineers - but the interface can scare you off, especially having to relearn an entire new set of key commands. That's why we've created this video - to show you how to make Logic work for your workflow.