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Use Velocity In Sylenth To Make Realistic Patches [Tutorial]

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Use Velocity In Sylenth To Make Realistic Patches

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7 Home Studio Recording Tips

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5 Tips For Mixing Synths [Tutorial]

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How To Utilize The Bus And Auxiliary Tracks In Logic Pro X [Tutorial]

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     This is a quick overview on how to use the bus and auxiliary tracks for mixing in Logic Pro X. Let's start by clarifying these terms. A bus (or a send) is a bridge that links an audio track or instrument track to an auxiliary track. Auxiliary tracks can be used for effects like compression, distortion, delay, reverb, chorus, flanger, etc. 

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How To Create Reverse Vocal Rises With Logic Pro X, FL Studio, Ableton, etc [Tutorial]

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     In most forms of popular music, it's common for reverse vocal rise to be used as a transition element. You frequently hear huge buildups in dance music with reverse vocals or as intros to the start of the verse in rap music. I'm going to show you how to create this effect on your own.

     For this tutorial, all you'll need is a DAW (Logic Pro X, FL Studio, Ableton, Cubase, etc) and some sort of vocal recording. I'll show you how to create the reverse vocal rise using Logic Pro X, but this method can be applied to any DAW. 

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