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  • Using region automation in Logic Pro X 10.1

    We’ve alway been able to automate an entire track – and with Logics latest update we can now automate within MIDI and audio regions. Moving around regions with track automation was at times a little messy. Enter region-based automation. Now you can embed automation into individual regions within a track. If you move or copy that […]

  • How to make that classic Deep House synth

    Deep House has become a popular genre in the EDM world and is becoming less and less “underground”. At a quick listen, Deep House is simple yet very dynamic at the same time. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to create that classic Deep House synth sound. From this preset you can adjust and manipulate to make many […]

  • Changing an audio loops tempo

    So you have gigabytes upon gigabytes of audio loops in your sample library. You go and create a new session and start dragging some loops into Logic only to find each loop is recorded at a different tempo. Thankfully, Logic has an easy way to set all your loops to the same tempo. 

  • Why you should use ID3 Tags every time you export your music

    ID3 is a metadata container for your songs information such as the title, artist, album, and any other information you wish to accompany your MP3. A regular MP3 file will only contain the audio data itself with no further information that we as musicians would want in every MP3 we export – especially if we upload our music […]

  • Step sequencer drum programming and working with division times

    Composing with a step-sequencer makes drum programming fun and effortless. Commonly used in analog drum machines, a step sequencer allows the programmer – or in this case the producer – to step in drum patterns. Since the dawn of DAWs, step sequencers have been tucked away collecting dusts in studios around the world because DAWs provide greater flexibility when recording and arranging. But, the concept […]

  • Playing Hip Hop and EDM Hi-Hat Patterns Easily

    Playing dynamic Hi-hat patterns is not always the easiest task. Sometimes you want to play a 32nd hi-hat note repeat but you simply don’t have fast enough fingers to play that live. So, we all resort to using the piano roll and our mouse to draw in quick hi-hat pattern changes. In this tutorial I will […]

  • Why and How to use Logic Pro X 10.1 VCA Faders

    One major new feature in Logic Pro X 10.1 is VCA faders and VCA grouping. In a large analogue mixer, a VCA (Voltage Controlled Amplifier) is a channel gain control. This allows the engineer to control several faders in a group all together while maintaining any offsets within them (and sends) by only moving a single fader. Your […]

  • Organizing you AudioUnits in Logic Pro X 10.1

    Finally, after years of wishing and hoping, Logics new update gives us the ability to organize our third party plugins the way we want. No more do you have to search through nested third-party plug-in menus. You can mix and match your 3rd party audio units with Logic pre-defined categories or create new folders with customizable names. 

  • Logic Pro X 10.1 – Brush Tool

    Logic Pro X 10.1 comes with several new extremely useful features. One of them is the Brush Tool. The Brush tool allows you to paint notes into your piano roll that can works wonders when creating a quick hi-hat pattern. 

  • Where to find Logics Mellotron instrument

    I’ve been getting a lot of questions regarding where to find Logics new Mellotron instrument. Don’t feel bad or stupid if you can’t find the Mellotron instrument because I couldn’t find either! In this quick tutorial I’ll show you where to find this hidden gem.

  • Logic Pro X 10.1 – Drum Machine Designer

    Logics’ Drum Machine Designer brings you awesome-sounding kits covering a wide range of electronic genres. Shape and manipulate the sound with the right controls from drum editing right at your fingertips. Mix, match, and swap out the kit pieces with hundreds of new samples including kicks, claps, stomps and vocal hits.