Tag archive for ‘Logic Tutorials’
By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015
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Logic Tutorial: The Compressor

With a revised GUI as part of Logic Pro X 10.1, the Compressor has never been easier to use. Mark Cousins demonstrates the dynamic dexterity of the Compressor plug-in… One of the most useful improvements More...

By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015
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Logic Tutorial: The Compressor – Step-by-Step

Mark Cousins shows you the most effective ways of using Logic Pro’s compressor… 1: Load an instance of the Compressor plug-in across the drums on track 1, or a track in your mix. At the top you More...

By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, August 26th, 2015
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Apple Logic Pro 10.2 Hands On – It’s A Kind of Magic



Apple likes to drop updates to Logic on us without warning but at least these updates are usually very significant. So v10.2 might only seem like a small update but there’s magic in that there decimal More...

By MusicTech.net On Monday, August 10th, 2015
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Logic Pro Tutorial: Vintage B3 In Detail

Logic Pro X’s Vintage B3 faithfully captures the classic Hammond Organ sound, complete with drawbars. Mark Cousins unlocks its hidden depths in the first of a new series of tutorials on Logic… Logic Pro More...

By MusicTech.net On Monday, August 10th, 2015
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Logic Pro Tutorial: Vintage B3 In Detail – Step-by-Step 1

Here’s our step-by-step guide to Vintage B3… 1: The main principle behind the Vintage B3 is the drawbar system, with each drawbar representing a different harmonic in the harmonic series. The drawbars More...

By MusicTech.net On Monday, August 10th, 2015
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Logic Pro Tutorial: Vintage B3 In Detail – Step-by-Step 2

Our step-by-step guide to Vintage B3 continues… 11: Pressing the Select By Keyboard Option lets you move between presets using the MIDI keys C#0 to B0. You can also do this with the note held down, which More...

6: As we saw in last month's workshop, another approach to moving between articulations is to use a seperate MIDI channel for each different sound. In this case, three violin articulations have been split between three MIDI channels.
By MusicTech.net On Monday, June 22nd, 2015
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Logic Pro Tutorial – Articulation Switching

Creating an expressive, sample-based music score requires an informed understanding of articulation switching. Mark Cousins shows you how… This tutorial is endorsed by Point Blank. With courses in London, More...

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...