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Logic Pro X: Effects

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Overview

Dive deeply into the wide array of built-in effects in Logic Pro X and learn how to use them to create rich, vibe-y productions.

Dive deeply into the wide array of built-in effects in Logic Pro X and learn how to use them to create rich, vibe-y productions. Engineer and music producer Evan Sutton shares some of his favorite stock plugins and effects, showing how to tweak the individual settings to achieve different sounds with different instruments for different genres. Explore the equalization (EQ) plugins and ways to use them to add character and fine-tune your mix. Discover how to use compressors to help control the dynamics of your work, and spatial effects like reverb and delay that help you simulate virtual environments and create stunning effects. Then learn how to use modulation and pitch-based effects like chorus, flanging, phasing, and pitch shifting, as well as multi-fx units that simulate live rigs, racks, and pedalboards. Each lesson helps you get the most versatility and best sound from each Logic Pro effect.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Built-in effects in Logic Pro X
  • What you need to know
1. EQ: Equalization
  • Parametric EQs
  • Analog EQ collection I: Console EQ
  • Analog EQ collection 2: Tube and graphic
  • Specialized EQ roundup: Match, Single-Band
2. Compressors
  • Compressor overview
  • Vintage vibe compressors and settings
  • Multiband compressors
  • Limiters
  • Specialized compressors
3. Spatial FX: Reverb and Delay
  • ChromaVerb
  • Space Designer
  • Echo and tape delays
  • Delay Designer
4. Harmonic FX: Distortion and Resonance
  • Distortion, overdrive, and clip distortion
  • Bitcrushing and phase distortion
  • Amp designers
  • Exciter and SubBass
5. Modulation and Pitch-Based Effects
  • Chorus, ensemble, and flanging
  • Phasers and vibratos
  • Cabinets, ringshifters, and tremolo
  • Spreader, Sample Delay, and Modulation Delay
  • Pitch shifters and transformers
  • Filtering and fuzz
  • Filter banks
6. Multi Effects Units
  • Phat FX
  • Step FX
  • Remix FX
Conclusion
  • Next steps

Taught by

Evan Sutton

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