Join Skye Lewin for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up a submix, part of Mixing and Mastering with Logic Pro X.
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…Creating a submix is very simple and can be extremely powerful.…Submixes are useful for many different reasons.…For example, let's say you want to apply the same EQ or…compression to all of the drums, but they're on separate tracks.…You could create a submix to accomplish this.…Another example of how submixes can be invaluable is in printing stems.…Many mixers will create a mix template where each element that they want to…go to a specific stem is routed through submixes.…
The outputs of those submixes are then routed to the main output.…So, for example, let's say you wanted a drum stem,…a vocal stem with all the vocals, and a guitar stem with multiple guitar tracks.…You could create a submix for…each and then you could print each by just bouncing that output.…So let's look at creating a submix in this project.…All we have to do is set the output from each channel that we want to…send into the submix.…And just like with sends and…returns, the return will be where the submix will be heard.…
Let's try it.…I'm going to create a submix for the background vocals.…
- 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
Foundations of Audio: Compression and Dynamic Processingwith Brian Lee White2h 25m Appropriate for all
Get in the Mix with Logic Prowith Brian Lee White2h 26m Intermediate
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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