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Logic Pro

  • Logic Pro
    Beginner's Guide to Auto-Tuning in LogicPhotodune 8359121 close up of a cute singer recording a track xs
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    Some of the biggest names in music are using an effect, most commonly known as Auto-Tune, which corrects the pitch of a singer's voice. When used subtly, it can be a really effective way to make a good singer sound even better, but when overused, it can cause problems. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to get started and begin Auto-Tuning in Logic Pro X. Read More…
  • Audio Production
    Quick Tip: Using Envelope Followers With AudioAutofilterpreview
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    In this quick tip by Mo Volans we'll look at envelope followers and envelope-based modulators when filtering audio. We'll be using the AutoFilter from Logic Pro X, which is a good example of an effects processor that has both of those features.Read More…
  • Logic Pro
    Handy Shortcuts for Logic Pro XMac flex
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    While writing my previous tutorial I realized that there were a few shortcuts that I use in my daily workflow that would make things move faster and easier for a lot of people out there. So here, I'll highlight some alternative and more intuitive ways of getting things done your way in Logic Pro X.Read More…
  • Mixing & Mastering
    Mastering in the BoxMasteringinboxpreview2
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    I am pretty careful about the plugins I use when mastering, and keep things affordable. I thought it would be useful to show you what I use on my system when mastering in the box. I’ll show you how to master tracks using entirely in the box. I’ll use both stock and high end plug-ins.Read More…
  • Logic Pro
    Quick Tip: Slamming CompressorsSlammedpreview
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    What does it mean when people talk about "slamming a compressor" or "Brit mode"? It's all about overloading a compressor until it's beyond useful, and becomes a creative effect. Find out how in this quick tip from Mo Volans.Read More…
  • Logic Pro
    Quick Tip: Using Side Chains As ModulatorsSidechainingpreview
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    Here's another quick tip synthesis screencast from Mo Volans. This time we'll look at something a bit more advanced—how to use sidechaining and external inputs to act as a modulator. You'll need a synthesiser that can accept a side chain, like Logic Pro's ES2Read More…
  • Mastering
    How to Prepare Your Audio For Mastering Preparemasteringpreview
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    How do you best prepare your mix to send for mastering? In this screencast Mo Volans shows you some tricks and tips and best practice.Read More…
  • GarageBand
    Quick Tip: Moving From GarageBand to Logic Pro XBrowserpreview tmp
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    Moving over from GarageBand to Logic Pro X can be a tough process, especially if you're a beginner to the world of professional music software. In this quick tip, you'll learn how to successfully transfer your projects over from GarageBand to Logic Pro X.Read More…
  • Logic Pro
    Using Arpeggiators in EDMArpeggiatorpreview
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    In this tutorial we'll show you how to use arpeggiators to create music. We'll show you two different approaches: using your synth's internal arpeggiator, and using a separate plugin, which is handy if your synth doesn't have an arpeggiator. In this tutorial we'll be using Access's Virus TI synth, but other software should work in a similar way.Read More…
  • Logic Pro
    Getting Creative with Logic Pro X’s Flex Audio FeaturesScreen shot 2014 06 19 at 4.13.22 pm
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    This tutorial will demonstrate the process of using a single sample to create the foundation of a track primarily using Flex Pitch. It should help people with writer's block get some inspiration to create something new. I will only be using samples and tools that come with Logic Pro X, so everyone can try this out without any external tools or plugins.Read More…
  • Sound Design
    Subtractive Synth Basics Part 8: Interactive ModulatorsModmatrixpreview
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    You can make pretty much any sound you want using subtractive synthesis (or virtual analog), including effects, pads and strings, leads, and bass. In this quick tip I'll show you how to use multiple modulators to modulate one another. We'll be using Logic Pro's ES2 synth.Read More…
  • Sound Design
    Subtractive Synth Basics Part 7: Exploring the Mod MatrixModmatrixpreview
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    You can make pretty much any sound you want using subtractive synthesis (or virtual analog), including effects, pads and strings, leads, and bass. In this quick tip I'll introduce you to the mod matrix. We'll be using Logic Pro's ES2 synth.Read More…
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