Join RIAN SKYE G LEWIN for an in-depth discussion in this video Mixing electronic/EDM drums, part of Mixing and Mastering with Logic Pro X.
…Now let's mix the electronic drums in Girl Got Attitude.…This kind of approach is applicable to EDM and most pop music these days.…If you followed along with the exercise files, and you used the Girl Got Attitude…project through the previous videos, then the drums are already in the project and…either in a summing track stack or bused to a sub mix.…If not, go ahead and set that up and get some basic static levels for the drums.…If you're working in your own project,…just use whatever drums you have available so you can follow along.…I'm going to click on the drums track stack and then I'm going to open it up so…I can see all those channels in the mixer.…Let's solo the drums and hear what we have.…Looks like we still have some vocal solo'd as well from the previous videos.…
So, let's clear all the solos.…I am going to hold the Option key and click the solo button.…And now I can solo just the drums.…So we have a very electronic sounding high hat,…like an 808, we have a few different snare sounds and two kicks.…
AuthorRIAN SKYE G LEWIN
- Importing audio
- Using Track Stacks
- Working with the Logic Mixer
- Mixing a song
- Automating and bouncing the mix
- Mastering the final track(s)
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Setting Up Your Project for a Mix
2. Working with the Logic Mixer
3. Mixing a Song
4. Automating and Bouncing Your Mix
5. Mastering in Logic Pro X
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