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Logic Pro: Vocal Processing With Track Stacks

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

Screen 1: Logic’s Stereo Delay is very flexible at emulating different stereo delay configurations. To make the process of comparing configurations easier, the Routings drop-down menu contains a series of presets.Screen 1: Logic’s Stereo Delay is very flexible at emulating different stereo delay configurations. To make the process of comparing configurations easier, the Routings drop-down menu contains a series of presets.

We serve up some fresh ideas for vocal processing using Track Stacks in Logic Pro X.

In this month’s Logic workshop we will create a Track Stack for processing lead vocals. By taking this less conventional path, we’ll use a Track Stack to encapsulate the vocal track and its effects sends, and explore some of the advantages of this approach.

We’ll also dive into Logic’s Stereo Delay plug-in, looking at how you can use the key features of the effect to maintain separation between the delay repeats and the dry vocal. We’ll then add reverb and compression to make the vocal sound ‘bigger’,...

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Published April 2018