Tag archive for ‘Logic Tutorials’
By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
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Logic Pro X Tutorial – Updating ES1’s Sound

In this final instalment of the creative synthesis in Logic Pro X series we update ES1’s sound… 1: ES1 is one of Logic’s older synths and, in the main, still sounds great. But one or two of its More...

By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
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Logic Pro X Tutorial – Adding Movement To a Preset With The LFO

In this instalment of the creative synthesis in Logic Pro X series, we add movement to a preset with the LFO… 1: Now we’re going to show how the LFO on Retro Synth can bring a preset very quickly to More...

By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
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Logic Pro X Tutorial – Using the Envelope As An Effect

In this part of the Logic Pro X creative synthesis series we use the envelope as an effect 1: We’re going to take some of the principles picked up opposite and get really dramatic now. Again we’re livening More...

By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
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Logic Pro X Tutorial – Fattening Up a Lead Sound

In this next part of the creative synthesis in Logic Pro X step by step series, we look at fattening up a lead sound… 1: Now we’re going to see how a few simple tweaks can fatten a preset up. Dial in More...

By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
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Logic Pro X Tutorial – Adding Punch To Bass

In the first of the creative synthesis step by steps, we talk you through adding extra punch to your bass 1: The best thing to do when programming any sound is to have a cycling loop of notes playing so you More...

By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
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Logic Tutorial: Creative Synthesis In Logic Pro X

Logic Pro X comes bundled with more instruments than any other DAW. You can just use their presets, of course, but spend a little time getting to know them can reap rewards… For the money, there is no doubt More...

By MusicTech.net On Monday, May 11th, 2015
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Logic Tutorial: Producing Music To Picture Part Five – Action Scoring With Drums

Cinematic percussion often forms the driving force to the music that supports an action scene. Mark Cousins creates an epic drum score… Having explored the mechanics of writing music to picture, we thought More...

By MusicTech.net On Thursday, April 9th, 2015
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Logic Tutorial: Producing Music To Picture Part Four – Legato and Dynamics

Adding an expressive legato line to your score can really give your music an emotional edge. Mark Cousins picks up his bow and continues his music to picture series… As we saw in the last music to picture More...

By MusicTech.net On Monday, February 23rd, 2015
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Logic Tutorial: Secrets of the Toolbar

Despite its apparent simplicity, the Toolbar contains some essential tools for speedy and efficient music arrangement. Mark Cousins gets tooled-up. Cunningly hidden at the top of the interface, the Toolbar More...