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In this course, author Josh Harris shows how to create radio and club arrangements, and a radio edit of a club mix. He utilizes four different digital audio workstations (DAWs)—Pro Tools, Ableton Live, Logic, and Reason—and shows how to build different arrangements from the ground up, by adding guitars, drums, bass, and synths. Each DAW explores different types of arranging scenarios. Plus, learn how to add ear candy and take your arrangements to another level.
Now it's time to listen through the finished radio edit in Logic Pro. I'll move the playhead to the beginning of the song, and let's listen through. (song playing) This arrangement is perfect for radio, and I don't miss the sections of the song that were removed during the editing process.
It's important to not get attached to musical parts when editing a club mix down to a radio edit; you have to go with the parts or sections that will best support the radio medium. If you're a Premium member and working along in the included Logic session, then please spend a few minutes looking through the session, because there is a lot of information available to you, in terms of mix settings and mix approach.
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