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How to Master a Song in Logic Pro

June 28, 2012

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Typically, good mastering skills are derived from experience more than anything else.  A true mastering engineer can spend years honing their craft.  Luckily for us, technology has made it possible to achieve decent mastering results right from our DAW – all that’s necessary is a little know-how and plenty of practice. First things first…  Get […]

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How to Reduce Vocals on a Sample in Logic Pro

June 21, 2012

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Gear up ‘home studio heads’!  Today we take a look at how to reduce vocals from a sample in Logic Pro.   Often times, (especially in hip hop) you’ll want to use a particular part of a song or sample, but will choose not to because of the vox laid over the top.  While there are […]

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How To Produce Beats like Lex Luger

March 1, 2012

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Lex Luger is a young producer with a big name.  He’s worked with major artist such as Kanye West, Rick Ross, Waka Flocka and more.  His style of Hip Hop production is known for its colossal horns and floor shaking 808 drum sounds. In today’s walkthrough, I’ll guide you through a step-by-step process on how […]

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How To Create a Dubstep Remix with Loops

February 24, 2012

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In the past year or so, Dubstep music has started to make its way from overseas into mainstream music in the US.  If you live in America it’s the biggest craze in the clubs right now, and rightfully so, there is nothing quite like it.  Hit any nightclub on the strip and you’re bound to […]

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How to Create a DJ Khaled Lead in Logic Pro

February 10, 2012

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For DJ Khaled, 2011 proved to be an eventful year.  He produced several hit records for mainstream artist like Lil Wayne, Drake, and Rick Ross.  In this demonstration we’ll look at how to create a DJ Khaled style lead in Logic Pro.  We will walk you through a step-by-step process and construct a fresh lead […]

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How To Tune Vocals In Logic Pro

February 7, 2012

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Pitch correction technology has become prevalent over the last few years thanks to heavyweights like Autotune and Melodyne.  Their impact on mainstream music is undeniable.  In this demonstration we’ll dive into Logic’s Pitch Correction processor and show you how to get quality results in any situation. Take a listen to this example we polished off […]

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Performance Shoot Out: Complete Processing Suites

February 4, 2012

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Recording and mixing vocals is a dynamic balance between Art and Science.  Nowadays, the audio software market is flooded with all sorts of vocal processors, so we’ll test a few out and see how they stack up against each other. Here’s a snippet of a song I’m currently working on.  We’ll use the lead vocal […]

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The Art Of Sampling In Hip Hop Music

February 3, 2012

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If you know some music history then you know that Hip Hop’s origin is deeply rooted in the art of sampling, which is still very popular today.  Legendary producers like DJ Premiere and Dr. Dre have made careers out of sampling records in their work.  In this demonstration we’ll show you how to sample an […]

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How To ReWire Ableton Live Into Logic Pro

February 3, 2012

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Logic Pro and Ableton Live are heavy-hitters in the elite circle of Digital Audio Workstations.  Both programs have come a long way and both are very well rounded.  I’m primarily a Logic Pro user, but I will say that Ableton Live is the most complete DAW I’ve used.  If you own both of these programs […]

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How to Use an Arpeggiator in your DAW

January 31, 2012

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This tutorial takes you through a step-by-step process on how to create your own arpeggio synthesizers in Logic Pro.  We cover sound selection, routing your arpeggiator in Logic’s Environment window, arpeggiator settings and much more. Take a listen to the arpeggio we are going to create: arpeggio_with_effects Arpeggiated synthesizers have slowly gained steam throughout the […]

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