Using channel strips for audio processing


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Using channel strips for audio processing

If you are new at using complex tools like EQ, Compression, Delays, and Reverbs, Logic's many options can be a bit overwhelming. You might say to yourself, "How do I know what EQ and Compression combo is right for my lead vocal?" Or you may even have a sound in your head that you don't know exactly which combinations of mixing tools will get it for you. Well it turns out, Channel Strip Settings aren't just for instruments. They work for mixing too. Let's start with the lead vocal. Right now, the track has no plug-ins in it. Let's look at the Channel Strip Settings available for this track.

Since this is an audio track, there are some different options than what we see in a software instrument track. Let's choose Voice > Male Voice > Male Slap-Back Lead Vocals. As you can see, it loaded the track up with plug-ins. Let's go through these, and see what they do. Double-click on the Channel EQ. I can see that the EQ in here is pretty subtle. One of the thin...

Using channel strips for audio processing
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Using channel strips for audio processing provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Logic Pro
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