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Selection-based Processing In Logic Pro 10.3

Apple Logic Tips & Techniques
Published May 2017
By Geoff Smith

Screen 1: Applying a  telephone effect to a  section of a  lead vocal is easy thanks to Logic’s Selection-based Processing. Simply add the telephone effect to Plug-in column A. Here I  am using the Small Mega Phone preset in Space Designer. Check the settings with the Pre-listen button and hit Apply to render the processing to a  new region.Screen 1: Applying a telephone effect to a section of a lead vocal is easy thanks to Logic’s Selection-based Processing. Simply add the telephone effect to Plug-in column A. Here I am using the Small Mega Phone preset in Space Designer. Check the settings with the Pre-listen button and hit Apply to render the processing to a new region.

With Selection-based Processing in Logic Pro 10.3, adding effects to audio clips is now easier than ever.

In this month’s Logic technique column, we’re going to explore Selection-based Processing. This is a new and long-requested feature added to Logic 10.3 that allows you to quickly render effects to single or multiple regions and marquee selections.

Hanging On The Telephone

Let’s begin by adding some different types of processing to a lead vocal. Start by loading a project that contains a lead vocal track. A common...

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Published May 2017