These Masterclass sessions are music-centric; however, they are a great way to learn more about Logic. Definitely worth the 4 hour investment (total) in time if you do audio in something other than an NLE.
I’ve been stuck in a rut with audition for years and trying to move to logic - little things like being able to add latency to video signal on your output monitor to assist with ADR and audio mastering is brilliant.
Ripple Training also has several excellent audio-post tutorials for Logic, by Mary Plummer, who now works for Blackmagic Design and wrote the manual for Fairlight in DaVinci Resolve. Speaking of Fairlight, Ripple Training also has a very good basic introductory tutorial for Fairlight that cleared up a lot of mysteries for me and opened my eyes to some of Fairlight's capabilities. And Steve Martin's tutorial on audio in Final Cut Pro was a big eye-opener as well, giving me an appreciation for the surprising level of sophistication in Final Cut's own audio editing and mixdown capabilities.