Bouncing down your song


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Bouncing down your song

So, you spent hours and hours leveling, panning, processing, affecting and automating your mix. Now what? Now we are going to go over the final mix down or in Logic terms, the bounce. Before starting our mix down, or bounce, we need to make sure a few things are in place. We need to set the start and end points for our project. Logic bounces from the start point, indicated by the left clear rectangle in the Arrange bar ruler, to the end point, indicated by the right clear rectangle in the bar ruler. To move these around, you can click on them and drag them from left to right.

You want to make sure your end point isn't too far to the right. Otherwise, you'll be left with a bunch of silence written into your final file. You also want to make sure it isn't too close to the end of your song, because you don't want to cut anything off. Be aware that if you are using any time based effects, like Reverb or Delay, they could still be ringing out after the last region ends. You pro...

Bouncing down your song
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Bouncing down your song provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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