Mixing synths and transitional sounds


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Mixing synths and transitional sounds

Now that the drums and bass are in good shape it's time to start adding in the synths and the transitional sounds. Now you'll notice from the last movie I actually did unmute the transitional sounds. But we'll actually zoom in on them in different sections of the remix where all of them are playing. Let's begin with the foundational synth parts and make sure that those are sitting nicely in the mix. So what I consider to be the foundational synth parts are the Pad, Dark Pad 03 as well as the Basic Velo Patch. And what I've done with the Basic Velo Patch is added reverb as well as an EQ.

So if I click on Bus 3, we see I added in AVerb right here under the Reverb menu, pulled down AVerb, and I actually just went for a Logic preset, the default is what I used and I brought the return down so that there was not too much of a wash on the reverb. I will solo that out so you can take a listen. (Music playing) You'll notice that I had Bus 4 set up and then I took it off. The re...

Mixing synths and transitional sounds
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Mixing synths and transitional sounds provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Remixing a Song in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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