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Logic Pro X: Multi-output Instruments

Apple Logic Pro X Tips & Techniques By Paul White

Using the multi-output version of a software instrument lets you send the different sounds from a multitimbral virtual instrument, such as a  drum kit, to individual channels in Logic's mixer for separate processing.Using the multi-output version of a software instrument lets you send the different sounds from a multitimbral virtual instrument, such as a drum kit, to individual channels in Logic's mixer for separate processing.

Multi-output instruments are a powerful weapon in your Logic arsenal. Here's how to use them...

When using virtual instruments, most of the time we simply want to place an instrument on a track and then send its output to the stereo mix. But in the case of a multitimbral instrument, sending each part to its own track means that different plug-in effects or EQ can be added to the various elements as required. For example, in the case of a virtual drum instrument, we might want to put different effects on...

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Published May 2020