Just want an entertaining course that covers theory as well as electronic production (the latter is more important) designed for the ADHD . EDIT: Have about a two-week break. By the end of this I want to be a master of producing electronic music in Logic that tugs at the heartstrings and becomes instantly catchy. Which course should I enroll in that will get me to that end goal as efficiently as possible? This has been eating at me for years: I'm a songwriter at heart, but I haven't been able to adequately create electronic beats usable for the tracks I've partially created. Let's assume I have no music theory knowledge and barely know the basics of Logic (although I am partially-versed): where do I start so it can become more second-nature to create at the very least a decent, usable electronic instrumental/beat? I feel like my Logic beats lack in music theory, and I would really appreciate a guide that covers actually producing electronic music in Logic rather than the guides that cover learning the ins-and-outs of the software. If there are any plugins that will make creating better-sounding tracks and sticking to music theory easier, I'd appreciate recommendations on those as well. Nexus2 looks like it'd be a major aid in reaching the quality sound I'm looking for, although the price tag is a bit too steep for me. Would anybody recommend this for ease of use in creating polished beats? I've been watching the Lynda tutorials and trying to grasp Logic electronic music production from YouTube videos but I still feel too behind to even create a drum beat I'd find studio-ready. Funny part is I can dedicate hundreds of hours to a song in GarageBand (combined with instrumentals from iPad apps) but not particularly like the only slightly-polished quality. Would much rather be spending that time in Logic but without even knowledge to create workable pieces it gets more frustrating than motivational. Thanks for helping lead me in the right direction.