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Sound Design And Synthesis Tutorials — Logic Pro X

How To Track Out A Beat With Logic Pro X (Audio Stems) [Tutorial]

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     This is a quick tutorial on how to track out a beat or song with Logic Pro X. Track outs are the individual audio files used to create a song or beat. It's like bouncing your beat with one soloed instrument track at a time. The length of each audio file is going to be identical.

    Let's say you just finished "Example Beat 1." Example Beat 1 is 3 minutes long and contains piano, subbass, hi hats, crashes, snare, and kick. The track out of Example Beat 1 would look like this:

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How To Get Gross Beat For Mac Logic Pro X (MRhythmizer) [Tutorial]

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     The popularity of Gross Beat has grown along with the popularity of trap music. FL Studio producers have been going HAM with the stutter, glitch, gate, and scratch effects the plugin provides. You can hear industry producers like Daft Punk, Southside, TM88, MikeWillMadeIt, Izzy The Producer, and Tarentino all using Gross Beat on their beats.     

      Since FL Studio is currently only available on Windows platforms, Logic Pro X users have to go a different route to use Gross Beat. The solution I have for you isn't exactly Gross Beat for Mac, but it is pretty close. 

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How To Reverse Audio With Logic Pro X [Tutorial]

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     Even though it's not obvious, you can easily reverse audio files in Logic Pro X by following these instructions.

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How To Run 32 Bit Plugins On Logic Pro X [JBridge, Metaplugin, 32 Lives]

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     If you're a Logic Pro X user like me, you're frustrated with the fact that you can't use 32 bit plugins, like Sylenth. I understand why Apple wants to hold the DAW to higher audio standards, but I'm disappointed they didn't bundle a solution for users wanting to use 32 bit plugins. Logic Pro 9 came with this utility installed. Oh well. After doing some research and testing, I've found 2 solutions for producers wanting to use 32 bit plugins with Logic Pro X.

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Tuning Drum Samples Using Ultrabeat In Logic Pro X [Tutorial]

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     Drum programming is pretty tough as it is. Save yourself some time and effort with this tutorial on tuning your drum samples using Ultrabeat. Even though I created this tutorial using Logic Pro X, this feature works in older versions of Logic as well. 

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