Intelligent use of bus sends and aux channels can unlock the full power of Logic Pro X’s mixer. In this tutorial, we explore their full functionality.
Bass. Kick. Sub synths. 808s: All of the things that make music great. And yes, even you, coffee shop open-mic lady with your ukulele, would benefit from some 808s. I will die on that hill. So let’s talk about it.
How low can you go?
by Erin Barra, iZotope Contributor May 12, 2020
Pop vocals tend to have the same sort of sound when they hit our ears. People use words like bright, shiny, crisp, and airy to describe them, and you can hear this sound on loads of tracks at the top of charts across genres. Let’s take a look at how to achieve that same sound and make a vocal POP right out of your mix.
In this extended tutorial, iZotope’s Mike Metlay dives into the machine learning tech behind Music Rebalance in RX 7, its basic functionality, and some of the cool things you can do with it, from subtle and magical to over-the-top crazy. Let’s learn the basics of how Music Rebalance works, and how to use it, before moving onto getting weird and pushing it beyond the normal settings.
Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day. #LogicProX @StudioIntern1
EXS24 command. Very large topic. Some day if I decide to do sampling or make sample-based instruments I will dive in. This should also include Alchemy.
EXS24 mkII is a software sampler. It plays back audio files, called samples, that you load into it. These samples are combined into tuned, organized collections called sampler instruments. Because sampler instruments are based on audio recordings, they are ideally suited to emulating real instruments such as guitars, pianos, and drums.
Alchemy is an easy-to-use, yet powerful sample manipulation synthesizer. It offers numerous real-time performance controls and an extensive preset library.
⇧ SHIFT – ⌃ CONTROL – ⌥ OPTION – ⌘ COMMAND