by Daniel Dixon, iZotope Contributor September 19, 2019
We spend a lot of time showing folks how to use plug-ins across their mix. But with every video tutorial and list of tips we publish, there is a caveat: be careful not to get carried away.
We’re still in September, it’s still Studio One’s 10th anniversary, and so once again the Friday Tip is 10 Tips! This week, the accent is on percussion—which is an essential part of any decent mix. We’re going to get down and dirty in percussion-land, so load the Mai Tai synthesizer, and let’s get started.
From OSX Daily
Full Keyboard Symbol List: ⌘ is command ⌥ is option ⌃ is control ⇧ is shift ⇪ is caps lock ← is left arrow → is right arrow ↑ is up arrow ↓ is down arrow ⇥ is tab ⇤ is backtab is return ⌤ is enter ⌫ is delete ⌦ is forward delete ⇞ is page up ⇟ is page down is home is end ⌧ is clear ␣ is space ⎋ is escape is eject
Eject is a square with a triangle above a bar…
Recording audio on location rather than in a studio environment can be an immensely rewarding experience with plenty of benefits, whether that’s the cosy acoustic of a local hall, the epic reverb of a church or even the natural ambience of recording out in the open.
This is a very old article from Sound on Sound magazin from September 2005 — 14 years ago. It is a nice introduction to the value of automation, and the incredible power provided in Logic. Just about everything can be automated — even changing the screen set that you are currently viewing.
It is important to read further to be clear about what Logic Pro X can do (like Track Automation and Region Automation) for just one example.
Comprehensive automation is one of Logic ‘s most powerful facets, allowing micro-management of all the settings in your mix.