Apple just posted another artist profile in their In Action series of Logic-powered creative professionals. This time, their digging into Lily Allen’s new release, It’s Not Me, It’s You. There’s a few good tips in there, too.
Kurstin also found useful the Evoc PS 20 Vocoder synth, which he used on several tracks including “Everyone’s At It,” “The Fear,” “Not Fair,” “Back to the Start,” “Chinese,” and “Who’d of Known.” “Frequently I’d play the chords of the chorus on the vocoder, sidechaining the lead vocal. I’d usually turn it way down, sometimes adding the guitar amp; it really helped make the chorus pop out.”