Mark Cousins

    Working with Selection-Based Processing in Logic Pro X

    Logic Pro X’s Selection-Based Processing offers a whole new way of working with audio plug-ins that takes them beyond the domain of the mixer. Let’s explore how this approach can refine your mixing.

    Review: IK Multimedia B-3X

    IK Multimedia’s B-3X is the first officially-endorsed version of the Hammond Organ in virtual form, but does it really capture the sonic charms of this intriguing instrument?

    How to sidechain in Logic Pro X

    The sidechaining process has become a popular and essential tool for many professional mix engineers, but how can we apply the technique in Logic Pro X? Here’s a sideways look…

    How to develop a professional mastering workflow in Logic

    Effective mastering in Logic Pro X isn’t just about picking a few ‘killer’ plug-ins – instead, you’ll need to take a revised look at your workflow and the tools at your disposal.

    How to control loudness when mastering in Logic

    Loudness control is an essential part of the mastering process, but it can also be a handy ‘quick fix’ means of ensuring your rough mixes stand up to commercial recordings…

    Understanding compressor circuit types in Logic

    Logic’s built-in Compressor plug-in includes a range of different circuit types. In this tutorial, we illuminate the original compressors they’re based on, and the best ways to use them.

    Review: Native Instruments Noire

    With a host of editable features and an intriguing Particles Engine, Native Instruments’ Noire is an inventive look at the Concert Grand piano. Time to tickle the ivories…

    How to program your own beats in Logic Pro X

    With features like Note Repeat and a vast library of drum sounds, Logic Pro X is the perfect tool for programming your own beats. We pick up our sticks and show you how to get more creative with the DAW.
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