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  • Logic Pro X 10.1 – EDM and Hip Hop Dummer Track Demo

    One of the key features of the last release of Logic Pro X was the Drummer track. Drummer would instantly give any producer a professional acoustic drum track without a need for an actual drummer. The producer can easily make the drummer add fills, swing and even add/remove elements from the drum kit. Unfortunately for electronic producers, drummer tracks […]

  • Logic Pro X 10.1 – Mellotron Instrument

    Its my second day playing around with Logic Pro X 10.1 and it just keeps getting better and better. The Mellotron is one of those features I am really excited about. For some reason I was unable to find it anywhere but I finally found it hiding inside my EXS24. Lets take a deeper look […]

  • EXS24 Pitch Shift Without Changing Speed of Sample

    Pitch shifting a sample is something we do all the time when sampling. Logics EXS24 can quickly pitch a sample up or down fairly quick, but it has one problem. When you spread a sample across an octave in EXS24s sampler window, you will notice your pitch get higher (which is what we want) but the […]

  • Top 5 tips to master Logics Piano Roll

    If your a beatmaker and producer, then you probably “live” inside Logics piano roll. Editing within the piano roll is an essential step while producing beats. Here are my top 5 tips to master Logic’s Piano Roll to edit MIDI a lot faster.

  • Create custom click tracks

    Sometime’s something as simple as a “click” track can inspire you in way’s you didn’t think were possible. The slight variation in tone can break you out of writers block. Luckily, this is a quick and simple task for us Logic users. Time to dive head first into the plug-in behind Logic’s metronome, Klopfgeist. 

  • Make your mix loud for radio play

    Logic Pro’s Adaptive Limiter is a tool for controlling the loudness of your records. It works by rounding and smoothing peaks in the signal, producing an effect similar to an analog amplifier being driven hard. You can use the Adaptive Limiter to get maximum gain, without introducing digital distortion and clipping.

  • Stereo spread for wide mixes

    Stereo image processing is a mostly used when mastering to extend the stereo base to make the mix sound “wide.” A “widening” effect is achieved by distributing a  number of frequency bands from various middle frequency ranges to the left and right channels. This ultimately increases the perception of stereo width without the mix sounding unnatural. However, phase issues may […]