Two things to think about while you’re playing with Logic Pro this week: 1) Depth and Width in Mixing and 2) Depth and Width in Logic Pro…
Mastering the Logic Pro Amp Designer Part 7
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
The Real Amps That Inspired The Logic Pro Amp Designer Models
Feast your ear tongues on these tasty amp cakes!
How to Use the Logic Pro Amp Designer
In this premium tutorial, you’ll learn how to get authentic electric guitar tones with the Logic Pro Amp Designer plugin. You’ll also get some premium Amp Designer presets.
Trifonic: Editing Beats – Part 2
Brian Trifon continues his discussion on drum programming and demonstrates Trifonic’s method for time-stretching to create special effects and glitchy awesomeness.