Logic Pro X

All things Logic Pro X

Naming lanes in the step editor

If you use midi instruments such as an external drum machine or something similar, it’s worth spending some time labelling up your studio in Logic so that your workflow is quick and doesn’t stop you from writing your next hit. In this tutorial, we’ll look at how you label the different areas of the step editor so that they are… Read more →

Splitting stereo files into mono in Logic Pro X

Depending on the type of projects that you work with, there are times when you’ll be sent stereo audio files. These could be stems from another studio, or they could be samples which you would like to manipulate. Logic will enable you to manipulate the individual channels, but finding out how is not clearly marked. As the old adage goes… Read more →

Using colours to organise entire audio files

One useful tool for managing the different tracks in your project is by using colours. In some projects, I’ve often grouped instruments by colour. For example, for all drum tracks, I’ve used “red”. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to set up the audio tracks to automatically record with colour.   Preflight check   Make sure your audio device is… Read more →

How to change sample rate

Why would I care about sample rate? Well if you’re an audiophile, you might be wanting to get higher resolution on your recordings. But what is sample rate? “Sample rate is the number of samples of audio carried per second, measured in Hz or kHz (one kHz being 1 000 Hz) – wiki.audacityteam.org/wiki/Sample_Rates”  Certain media industries use different sample rates because of the higher… Read more →

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