First and foremost, putting this list together it became clear just how much of an ironically large shadow the Minimoog casts over plugin synths today. In Logic Pro X, there are two different types of track stacks. This diminutive model was released in 1970 in response to the growing trend amongst artists of incorporating fairly unwieldy modular synths into their productions and live performances: by taking only the most important parts of a modular synth and placing them in a compact frame with an incredibly intuitive interface look, no patch cords! Cyclop is another monophonic synth plugin, but this one is a pretty unique monster. The goal is to convey an emotion: hope, anger, love, anything! Simply keep in mind that for some genres Fabfilter works better, for others T-Racks and so on. But whatever style you produce, Logic Pro can handle it. Get That Pro Sound is here to help you make better music. With the included Logic Pro X session files and over 7 hours of video tutorials, this is the most comprehensive Logic Pro X production series available.
Producers, let me paint a familiar picture for you. I also like the included project file. Walk through the to do list, fixing up and changing things that normally wouldn't seem out of place when you just listen to just sections of your track. Not only does an organized project file help your own creative workflow, it can also help others who could be looking at the file as collaborators or engineers. Here's an overview of the video: Step 1: Let's start off with 3 or 4 simple chords. Yes, with the amount of information to be covered, this tutorial can seem daunting at first.
You'll see Tim transform a simple generated Tom sample from Ultrabeat into a super annoying, yet super trendy, aggressive lead sound. What is difficult to get across when describing Trilian or Omnisphere for that matter is how playable the instruments are: for example, the bass guitars include every possible articulation and Trilian even inserts sporadic string squeal between notes for incredible authenticity. If you're into Deep House, you've got to see this. What I like is that these video's shows you the entire process of creating the track from start to finish. Tim covers the basics of the new Logic X Arpeggiator and the grid mode to provide the velocity automation. Actually, these days, my reverb addiction is controlled by my trusted Valhalla Vintage Verb. You'll also see how to use the Haas effect on mono synths to make them stereo, then bring that stereo spread down again to keep everything in check! Tim goes over an audio tour of the available wavetables and then programs up a pad sound from scratch which will form the foundation of the previously made melody.
The core of z3ta+ 2 are the six wavetable oscillators, and with the accompanying filter, modulation and effects sections you can go just about as deep as you want to craft everything from glassy to filthy bass sounds. Having a deeper understanding of the multiple ways to monetize music he is able to create multiple income streams from a single track. I'll also cover some workflow techniques to keep your projects organized so you can focus on making music when you're inspired. The Cherry On Top As Skrillex once said, his tracks sound the way they do because of the way he mixes. Your life as a producer will be so much easier if you can instantly separate different tracks because of the color that they're labeled. For example, all of your lead sounds could be red while your bass sounds can be blue.
We also give you exclusive secrets behind the sounds, with production tips from the producer behind this pack. After successful payment you will be redirected to page where you can download selected products for free. He then moves into creating basslines for house, trap, dubstep, and other genres, and getting a great deep sub-bass sound. I am satisfied with the video's, but I do not think it is great. While every producer's workflow is unique to their own needs, it's important to keep file organization in mind. Watch as Tim sets up a simple drum loop using Ultrabeats sample loading ability, as well as its built in sequencer, to provide an initial beat to play along with.
Especially for beginners like me it would have been very helpfull. Singomakers are very excited to present a brand new collection of Logic Pro Mastering templates! Always a good idea to use no more than 3 reverbs. In this one you'll see more tricks and techniques to get short synth stabs and fills. I've gained a lot of knowledge and new techniques from these videos and I like how the real-time workflow and the way he works from start to finish are totally relatable. He also goes into using samples, adding sound effects, and utilizing Apple's factory content. This time we create a new patch using the Clav instrument, import some audio, and learn how anchors can make aligning our certain parts of our audio regions a breeze. Depending on how you want to set up your project, both types of track stacks can bring a great deal of organization and structure to your project file.
He next moves into creating lead synth sounds, starting with Logic Pro's built-in Alchemy and Retro synths. Honestly, I would literally load one of these on each of the tracks with chords and melodies. He shows how to program beats in Ultrabeat, utilize your own samples, and create drumbeats for a variety of genres. The trick is to use it sparingly on every chord and melodic track, so when the distorted harmonics pile up, it actually still sounds musical but very in your face at the same time. I learned a lot from it. Learn how to produce a electronic peice of music themed as liquid drum and bass in just 6 in depth steps, Making use of many features of Logic Pro X along the way.
Finally, Tim will do a bit of recycling on the chords he'd previously made to form the new pad progression. Loopmasters or its Suppliers do not accept any liability in relation to the content of the sample or the accuracy of the description. This is a broad subject, and i know you'll have many more questions, but i'm laying the foundation here so we can go forward with more specific tutorials down the road. I learned a lot from it. Timothy also includes his Live session file and samples so you can work and experiment along with him.