General Mixing techniques used for mixing any type of music. This video goes over useful plug-ins and then how to efficiently mix your song using the volume sliders in the mixing window.
In this video I will show you how to create the Tape Stop effect in Logic Pro X.
How to create and use markers in Apple's Logic Pro X digital audio workstation. Professionals use markers to quickly navigate projects; this video shows you how to get started with markers.
Experiment quickly and easily with the tempo of your audio mix to find the pacing that works best using the Varispeed feature in Logic Pro X. In this tutorial, Dot Bustelo explains how to use Varispeed.
Is latency killing your guitar tracks? In this video from www.GuitarIQ.com we talk about a couple of key ways to deal with latency in Logic Pro X. 'Latency' refers to the small timing delay between what we play and what we actually hear back through our monitors. Although this issue can be especially frustrating for guitar players, rest assured there is a low latency solution!
In video we cover:
1. Zoom Controls and Zoom Shortcuts
2. Using the Zoom Tool
3. Zoom to Fit Window
4. Waveform Zoom
5. Individual Track Zoom
Logic Pro X tutorial video, showing the technique I use for multiple harmony parts from a single vocal melody. I use the new Flex Pitch capabilities of Apple's leading music production software.
In this video we discuss how to use the new flex pitch tool by Logic ProX.
If you're familiar with the Melodyne pitch plug-in then this will be very similar. It is an amazing tool to pitch correct a vocal or instrument.
In this tutorial, Minneapolis Media Institute Audio & Recording Arts Program Specialist, Steve Yeager, shows how to chop up a vocal sample and load it into the EXS sampler for further manipulation.
After the sample is loaded in the EXS, he'll also show you how to do some clever programming of the sample with the step input keyboard to create the classic stutter effect.