Logic Pro X Tutorials
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Logic Pro X Tutorials
Logic Pro X - Checking system updates and downloading latest sounds
In this week's tutorial I will show you how to check that you have the latest Logic Pro X update and sound library downloaded to your device. Timeline: 1:04 - Apple website Plug-Ins and sounds page 3:01 - Check if you have the latest software 3:29 - Check if you have downloaded all the latest sounds Remember to watch all the latest videos and blogs regarding music production and Logic Pro X at https://www.rochellearthurs.com New Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/ra_music_production/. Please join
Logic Pro X Tutorial - How to use Busses
In this tutorial Rochelle will show you how to use Busses effectively. What is a Bus? A virtual audio cable to route audio between channel strips, for processing or submixing tasks You can watch the song "Thank You" used in this video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGT7JVMfRkQ Remember to also check visit www.rochellearthurs.com and join the mailing list Please excuse the popping sounds, I believe the video software has created these noises.
3 ways to share your Logic Pro X Project
Join my mailing list at www.rochellearthurs.com In this video, I will show you 3 ways to export your Logic Pro X Project. 1. Compressing the Logic Pro X file in order to send entire Logic Project via email or various drives such as Google, OneDrive, Drop Box and so on. 2. Export the Project as an MP3 3. Exporting Audio files
Logic Pro X Tutorial - Aligning vocals with Flex Time
In this video Rochelle shows you how to align your vocals with other vocal parts using the Polyphonic tool. Please note that this tutorial is aimed at beginners wanting to learn vocal production techniques within Logic Pro X. Use the Polyphonic algorithm Choose Flex Time - Polyphonic from the Flex pop-up menu. Polyphonic time stretches material based on a process called phase vocoding—a process that uses phase information to time stretch an audio signal without touching its pitch. It is the most processor intensive of all the flex algorithms, but it delivers high sonic quality with suitable polyphonic material. It’s recommended for complex polyphonic material and is good for all kinds of chords—such as guitar, piano, and choir—and also complex mixes. Polyphonic comes with a single parameter: Complex: Enables more internal transients in the audio material. You can learn more about Flex editing here https://support.apple.com/kb/PH13083?locale=en_US&viewlocale=en_US
Logic Pro X Tutorial - Comping Vocals and using Count-In
In this tutorial I will show you how to Comp your vocal takes to create a single flawless composition. Also a Quick Overview regardig the Count In method and how useful this tool can be. Be sure to check out my website to test your knowledge on this latest video by doing our Quiz.
Logic Pro X Tutorial - Exploring Logic Loops #1
Happy Sunday to my wonderful subscribers! In this week's tutorial we will explore more about making music in logic. In this video we will review the following; * How to source Logic's Loops * How to manipulate loops * How to save your favourite loops * Shortcut keys and more Please note that this tutorial is aimed at beginners. Please remember to subscribe to my youtube channel. Join my mailing list at my website www.rochellearthurs.com Thanks for watching and look out for part 2 next Sunday! :)