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Dual Mono & Track Stacks In Logic Pro

Apple Logic Pro Tips & Techniques
Published March 2018
By Geoff Smith

Make mono guitars monstrously wide with Logic Pro X’s Dual Mono features and Track Stacks.

In this month’s Logic technique column, we look at two different ways to create guitar sounds that have a lot of stereo width. To create a wide stereo guitar sound we need to convert a mono guitar signal into a stereo signal and then introduce differences between the left and right channels. Simplistically, it is the differences in time, timbre and pitch between the left and right guitar channels that give a stereo guitar sound its width (see http://sosm.ag/jan11stereowidth for more detail).

Screen 1: Adding a Dual Mono version of any insert plug-in is simple. Just navigate to the insert plug-in you want and then, from the fold-out menu, choose Dual Mono rather than Stereo.Screen 1: Adding a Dual Mono version of any insert plug-in is simple. Just navigate to the insert plug-in you want and then, from the fold-out menu, choose Dual Mono rather than Stereo.We explore this by first looking at Logic’s new Dual Mono feature; this allows you to have different settings for the left and right...

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Published March 2018