Learn how to import and combine Environment layers to create new MIDI facilities for your projects.
Often overlooked, Apple Loops can be a hugely useful composition tool. So why not make your own in Logic?
Use Logic’s stock plug-ins to decongest the middle of your mix.
Use Logic’s plug-ins to digitally recreate a classic analogue sound.
Use Logic's 'Convert To New Sampler Track' function to mimic Recycle and make your own sampled instruments.
The spotlight turns to Logic’s MIDI features, as we solve a data-merging problem and offer step-by-step advice on automation recording with hardware control.
Use Takes and ESX24 to create glitch effects in Logic.
Simply saving your project in Logic doesn't mean it's safe from harm. To future-proof your masterpieces, get to know your backup options.
We're reading between the lines in Logic this month, with a look at editing using the snap and nudge facilities.
Lift the bonnet on Logic’s Environment and open up some complex layering possibilities.
Take it slow with Logic Pro, as you get to grips with this vinyl effect...
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Ultrabeat isn't just a drum machine: it's great for tempo-synced effects.
The Direction Mixer in Logic Pro not only helps reposition stereo audio, but can also decode M/S recordings.
Cure those conflicting frequencies and create some space with Logic’s Match EQ.
From wave sequencing to gated pads and basses — it can all be done with Logic’s ES2 synth!
If Logic’s built-in pitch-correction doesn’t cut it for you, try this trick...
Sharpen your pointers for a crash course on drawing automation in Logic.
The different circuit types available in Logic’s Compressor are well worth a closer look — but what are they based on, and what do they actually do?
Logic Pro users can run into problems when using RAM-hungry features and plug-ins. So how do you beat the memory trap?
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