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When inputting MIDI notes, the temptation to draw in notes or hit the quantise button is often too hard to resist. When things get a little too on-the-grid, instruments sound artificial and unrealistic. To keep things sound more natural, Logic Pro comes equipped with MIDI Humanize. This adds randomisations to the note placements for a […]

The saying goes that you should mix with your ears and not your eyes. While we agree that the ears should cast the deciding vote in any mixing decisions, there are plenty of tools to guide you towards optimum results. Specifically, compression and other dynamic processes can be particularly hard to hear, especially when you’re […]

Mixing kick drum and bass is one of the most persistent problems in mixing. If you don’t manage the relationship between your bass-heavy elements, your low-end can soon become an incoherent mess. In this Logic Tips video, Jono Buchanan shows you how to make space for all your bass-forward elements including bass, kicks and additional […]

If you’re constantly selecting multiple tracks when editing in Logic, thinking there must be a better way, you’re right. The solution is using Groups. By assigning multiple tracks to a group, you’re able to control them collectively from a single track. For mixing, Groups are arguably even more useful. Want to turn up the drums […]

Instead of adding static effects to tracks, you can make things a lot more interesting if you automate in effects such as pitch shifts and reverbs momentarily. The way to do that is with automation. In this tutorial, learn a few quick ways to create momentary or ‘spot’ automation. Get to grips with the Marquee […]

Socials Instagram | Facebook Key Kit Settled in the seaside town of Worthing, England, NOISY cook up mosh-pit bangers that embody the UK sound, with clear influence from the likes of Chase and Status and The Prodigy. The trio comprises singer Cody, guitarist Connor and producer-guitarist Spencer, whose friendship was borne out of skate park sessions. […]

Ever get that sinking feeling when you’ve just performed your best take on a track, only to notice that you forgot to hit record on your DAW? Us too. Happily, Logic Pro X has a feature that will save your bacon in these situations. Record Capture is a button that can be pressed to restore […]

Logic Pro 10.5s new Step Sequencer has transformed drum programming in Logic, but it can also turn its hand to unique ‘melodic’ step sequencing treatments. If you’re an adept keyboard player, it’s possible that Logic’s existing sequencing features, combined with the Piano Roll editor, might just be enough for your needs. Using a step sequencer, […]

Wouldn’t music production be a little more fun if you didn’t spend so much time mouse-clicking and scrolling? When working with MIDI in a DAW, this is sometimes unavoidable. Luckily, DAWs like Logic Pro X are great at finding shortcuts to save you time clicking and more time creating. In this Logic Tips video, MusicTech […]

Automation is a fantastic way to develop musical and arrangement ideas within Logic Pro X. Pick a track, a parameter and an automation mode and let your creativity decide what to do next. What about when you take an idea too far and want to backtrack, or fine-tune automation you’ve drawn in? In this Logic […]