Improve music and audio productions using the virtual instruments in Logic Pro X. Learn how to apply various effects to achieve specific sounds. This course is a comprehensive tour of basic and advanced synthesizers, samplers, drum kit sound design, and vintage instruments.
- [Evan] My name is Evan Sutton, and welcome to Virtual Instruments in Logic Pro. Logic Pro is a cutting edge digital audio workstation that's great for recording and editing midi and audio, mixing and mastering, composing, doing sound design and much more. It also comes with tons of cutting edge instruments that you can use to create anything from a realistic orchestral mock-up to a heavy techno opus. In this course, we'll start out with some of the great emulations we have going for us, including vibey keyboards instruments and electric pianos. Next, we'll talk about samplers and how we can emulate a wide variety of instruments and also create some new ones.
Then we'll move on to the plethora of synthesizers that are included with Logic Pro. We'll touch on everything from basic synthesis to using some of the most cutting edge and advanced systems on the market right now. So make sure you don't forget your keys. Let's get going.
- Using oscillators to build sounds
- Creating rich and expressive tones
- Adding movement via modulation
- Using tuning and randomness to sculpt sounds
- Adding effects
- Vocoder setup
- Customizing presets
- Loop slicing
- Multi-output routing
- Building custom drum kits
- Shaping drum transients and sustain
Skill Level Intermediate
Get in the Mix with Logic Prowith Brian Lee White2h 26m Intermediate
1. Vintage Vibe
2. Basic Synthesizers
4. Advanced Synthesizers
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