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.
In part 2 of the Logic Pro Mixing tutorial, you’ll learn about mixer groups, muting channels, soloing channels, adjusting levels, choosing pan positions, and much more.
In part 1 of the Logic Pro Mixing tutorial, you’ll learn about channel strip types, channel strip controls, and much more.
The Secrets to Great Sounding Mixes Revealed! Free video, template, and cheat sheet shows you how to get punchy, exciting, professional, and loud mixes fast!
In this video, you’ll learn how to make mixing easier and make your mixes sound better.
In this Toontrack EZDrummer tutorial, you’ll discover how to set up a multi-output software instrument for ultimate control of the drum mix.
Now you can discover how to program realistic drums and put some life into your music!
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.
This segment of the Vocoder Basics tutorial will explain how to setup and use the vocoder with a vocal input source. Learn more about how the vocoder actually works and how you can adjust settings to accommodate vocal input.
Covers setup/routing for LP8’s vocoder instrument. You will also learn the basic functions of the vocoder’s synthesizer section.