In part 3 of the Logic Pro Mixing tutorial, you’ll learn about using effects, insert effects, send effects, controlling signal flow, using aux channels, output channel strips, surround panning, binaural panning, MIDI channel strips, channel strip settings, mixer views, mixer track notes, I/O labels, and much more.
Learn what a notch filter is, where to find it in Logic Pro, and how it’s used.
We need to keep this tip on the down low. There’s an undocumented feature that will bring the warmth of analog tape saturation to your mixes in Logic Pro.
Learn how to quickly access channel strip settings in a number of ways. Learn to save, copy, paste, reset, and delete channel strip settings and also quickly switch between them.