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How to sidechain in Logic Pro X

How to sidechain in Logic Pro X

The sidechaining process has become a popular and essential tool for many professional mix engineers, but how can we apply the technique in Logic Pro X? Here’s a sideways look…

By Mark Cousins — 23rd July 2019

ES2 side chaining sounds like fun. Noise Gate and Auto Filter are also interesting.

Guidelines on How to EQ 14 Common Instruments — Produce Like A Pro

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Guidelines on How to EQ 14 Common Instruments — Produce Like A Pro

JULY 20, 2019

Understanding how to EQ–probably the most used tool available to engineers–is essential. Sometimes it’s as simple as high-passing an instrument, while other cases require more precision. Either way, EQ is fundamental in making mix elements sound more or less defined, larger or smaller, or “better” versus “different.” Having a general reference on how to EQ common instruments is a good way to start!

Using Neutron 3 To Speed Up Your Mixes

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Using Neutron 3 To Speed Up Your Mixes

by David Bawiec, iZotope Contributor July 17, 2019

Neutron 3 is the perfect tool to help speed up your mixing workflow.
We all need more time. More time to sleep, more time to play. So any tool that can assist you in getting work done faster means you get more of all of the above. In this article, I’ll show you how you can use Neutron’s Mix Assistant and presets to significantly speed up your workflow, all while achieving excellent sonic results in your mix.

Open Instrument — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day. #LogicProX @StudioIntern1

  Open Instrument

EXS24 command. Very large topic. Some day if I decide to do sampling or make sample-based instruments I will dive in. This should also include Alchemy.

EXS24 mkII overview — Logic Pro X

EXS24 mkII is a software sampler. It plays back audio files, called samples, that you load into it. These samples are combined into tuned, organized collections called sampler instruments. Because sampler instruments are based on audio recordings, they are ideally suited to emulating real instruments such as guitars, pianos, and drums.

Alchemy overview — Logic Pro X

Alchemy is an easy-to-use, yet powerful sample manipulation synthesizer. It offers numerous real-time performance controls and an extensive preset library.


‘Ukulele Fingerpicking Patterns — Live Ukulele

‘Ukulele Fingerpicking Patterns — Live Ukulele

A cool thing about playing the ‘ukulele is that we have two hands doing completely different things on the instrument at the same time. The fretting hand controls the notes and harmony (chords). The picking hand controls when they are sounded.

A very deep dive happened while investigating Logic Pro X commands today. I always thought PIMAC stood for Pima County where I live…