Join RIAN SKYE G LEWIN for an in-depth discussion in this video Using equalization (EQ) to make multiple songs sound cohesive, part of Mixing and Mastering with Logic Pro X.
…Our mastering template now has each song on one of the audio tracks and…then the signal is routed through each of the two aux channels.…The plugins are bypassed on each channel so we can just enable them as we want to…use them, and leave them disabled or bypassed if we don't need to use them.…The audio tracks each have a channel EQ plugin and…the first aux track also has an EQ.…Notice that there's a compressor before and after the EQs.…Because we have a compressor before and after the EQ, we can use the EQ…after the compressor, before the compressor, or in-between two compressors.…
This gives us a bit of complexity with how we want to EQ and compress.…Also, because we have an EQ on the track for each song and…on the aux, we can EQ each song individually by using the channel EQ.…Then, if we find that we've gotten the song sounding similar to each other, but…maybe not close enough to our reference, or…overall in need of a little further tweaking, we can use the EQ on…the first aux channel to alter the EQ curve of all of our songs concurrently.…
AuthorRIAN SKYE G LEWIN
- 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
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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