Using advanced signal flow with time-based FX to create space in your mix


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Using advanced signal flow with time-based FX to create space in your mix

Insert processing, like EQ and Compression, work well when inserted on a track and 100% of the signal goes through it. Some effects, like Reverb and Delay, sound better when we hear a blend of the effect and the original sound. Let's learn how to use Sends to set up this type of processing. On the N_Key effects track, Track 10, let's click under where it says Sends to create a Send. Sends go on buses. In this case, Bus 1 is already been used by the Drum Submix. Let's use Bus 2. Remember, a bus is an internal mixing pathway that can be used to move and combine signals from one place to another on the mixer.

In this case, the bus is taking our signal to the Aux 2 track. Logic automatically created the Aux 2 track for us when we made a send on Bus 2. Notice the input of Aux 2 is already set to Bus 2. So, we're sending some of the signal out of this track, over a send, on Bus 2 and it's returning to Bus 2 on this Aux track. Let's rename this Aux track to something more...

Using advanced signal flow with time-based FX to create space in your mix
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Using advanced signal flow with time-based FX to create space in your mix 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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