Here’s everything you ever wanted to know about recording drums. Microphones, drum mic setups, basic and advanced recording techniques, and much more.
Loads of questions have been coming in about recording audio in Logic Pro. Today I decided to take some time out from my recording schedule to answer them.
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In Mastering the Logic Pro Amp Designer Part 7, you’ll discover the techniques professionals use to get their guitar mixes to sound great. You’ll learn about double-tracking, and why you want to use different guitar sounds, even if it’s for the same part. You’ll learn how you can fill up an incredible amount of space in the mix with panning and how to use compression on a bus to glue the tracks together. You’ll discover how applying reverb can give the mix a sense of space and much more. The conclusion to this series is full of great insider tips that will help you take your guitar mixes to the next level.
- Now that you have great guitar sounds, it’s time to learn how to make them sit nicely in the mix
- Discover how to get larger-than-life sounding mixes
- See how a variety of guitar parts can work together to make a mix sound powerful
In Mastering the Logic Pro Amp Designer Part 2 you’ll learn the right way to connect your guitar to your audio interface to get the best tone out of Amp Designer.
In Mastering the Logic Pro Amp Designer part 1, you will get a complete overview of the course as well a rockin’ demonstration Amp Designer’s capabilities.
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In Part 5 of The Progressive Rock Method’s How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums, you will learn how to apply all the previously discussed programming concepts – effective uses of the various drums, workflow, dynamics, and general concepts that make the programming sound natural – to a complex drum beat that involves complicated meters shifts as well as a tempo change.
In Part 3 of The Progressive Rock Method’s How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums, you will see the efficient method of programming drums you learned in the previous tutorial applied to more complicated material. You will also discover a secret used by the pros to create a sense of flow over meter changes.
In Part 2 of The Progressive Rock Method’s How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums, you will learn the most efficient method of programming drums from someone who’s been doing it for nearly two decades. Also covered is a discussion of how to best map your drum sample library to your controller so programming is intuitive and effortless.