Seriously – it can be a very good not-so exercise to, every now and then, "select a Factory Patch and see exactly what makes it tick." Create a project with one track, play some notes, then flip over to the Mixer. Depending on the patch, it can be "rather impressive" to see how Logic "did it." Okay – now just "start messin' with it." Turn things on and off. Fiddle with knobs. If there's any "mixing or sends" going on, start tearing them apart.
This is – not just "a synthesizer," but "a synthesizer *in a professional studio!"*
"After all, you can't hurt anything ...!" Worst case – delete the track and start over, then find something else to whack-a-mole. In fact, "you can trash the place," and no one will ever know! But you're getting a really good glimpse into the final work-product of an extremely experienced sound designer. Without paying a(nother) single dime for admission. You bought it. It's yours.
"I wanna quit being a computer consultant and become a composer and arranger at age fifty-nevermind."
Logic Pro X, MacBook Pro, 88-key MIDI controller.
Just south of Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA