Using different effects on multiple channels can be a burden on your CPU, and can be detrimental to the organisation of your project. MusicTech’s Logic Pro Tips series continues with our in-house expert, Jono Buchanan, delving into Logic Pro X Auxiliary Sends. He shows you how to route channels to a bus/auxiliary send containing an effect, in this case, a reverb. This allows you to send multiple tracks, like drums, to one, singular effect and adjust the wet/dry mix with one control.
In our Logic Pro Tips series, MusicTech’s Logic expert Jono Buchanan breaks down music production on Apple’s professional DAW. Episodes posted so far include:
- Exploring the Logic interface
- Logic’s software instruments
- Programming MIDI
- MIDI editing techniques
- Using the MIDI note editor
- Understanding drum programming
- Using Logic’s Drummer tool
Jono Buchanan is an Apple Certified instructor, with tons of experience under his belt. He’s a professor in Guildhall’s Electronic Music Department, teaching BMus Year 2 Dance Music project for Electronic Music’s Principal study course. Outside of that, he also produces and composes for various projects and writes reviews for MusicTech magazine too. He now also makes awesome weekly tutorials for Logic Pro X!
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