Learn how to use Logic Pro first. There are plenty of producers out there that don't know how to play ANY instruments. That doesn't mean that you shouldn't learn, but get some books on scales and chord progressions and you'll be fine.
And as far as Logic Pro is concerned, pick up a copy of Apple Pro Training Series Logic Pro 9 and Logic Express 9. I seriously cannot recommend that book enough. It is EXCELLENT and will take you from knowing nothing about Logic to actually making music by the end of the book. It is written in a non technical and easy to read fashion and includes a DVD with files that will allow you to follow along with each exercise in every chapter.
If you put some effort into the book you will know how to use Logic Pro in like 3 or 4 days depending on how serious you are.
Learning how to play an instrument professionally takes years, there just isn't a way of getting around that unless you're Mozart or Beethoven.
Last edited by macbeat; 06-25-2012 at 12:03 AM.
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