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In this course, author Josh Harris demonstrates constructing a remix using only a pre-existing vocal track as a starting point. The course shows how to time-stretch vocals, offers suggestions for establishing a musical direction, and explains how to audition and layer Apple loops. The course also covers programming beats using synths, generating vocal samples, arranging the remix, and creating master-quality final mixes.
Hi, I am Josh Harris and welcome to remixing a song in Logic Pro. In this course we will look at how to construct a remix from start to finish using only a pre-existing vocal track as a starting place. (Music playing) I will start by giving you some suggestions about establishing a musical direction and showing you how to time such a vocal by using Logic's Flex mode. Then we'll explore the Apple loops library, look at how to import external audio files into your session, and see how to program your own feeds using Logic's powerful Virtual Synths and compose baselines that complement your drum parts.
I'll show you some of my preferred methods for creating compelling musical arrangements and master-quality final mixes. (Music playing) We will be covering all these techniques plus plenty of other tools and features along the way to help you get the most out of using Logic Pro to create infectious and memorable remixes. Now let's get started with remixing a song in Logic Pro.
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