Using the Logic synth instruments


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Using the Logic synth instruments

Logic ships with a very large arsenal of incredible sounding synthesizers. To new users, their names are very confusing. Many of the synths begin with ES and contain an initial after that. This lesson aims to briefly describe each of Logic's synths and shows you a few ideas about how to start manipulating the controls to craft your own sounds. Let's start with the top track. On here we have an ESM. To open up the instrument parameters, double-click on the ESM in the channel strip. This is what the ESM interface looks like.

This instrument is a monophonic, one-voice basic synth. And it's primarily used to make solid, fat-based synth sounds. In this synth, you can only have one note playing at a time and this comes in handy. Since it can't play chords, the next note supersedes the one before and you can use the Glide control to slide between notes. Also check out the Cutoff filter to carve your sound. Let's hear it. (Music playing.) Let me solo the track and let's hear t...

Using the Logic synth instruments
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Using the Logic synth instruments 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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