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Logic Pro X Compressor Explained

Logic Pro X Compressor and Compression Types

The compressor is arguably the most important plugin when mixing vocals (and also one of the toughest to get the hang of). Thankfully, Logic Pro X includes one of the best stock compression plugins around and it’s extremely versatile for many different tasks.

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Vintage Groove Templates (Free Download)

Vintage Groove Templates – Custom Quantize for Logic Pro X

Are you tired of the gridlocked, boring quantize feel in Logic Pro? I’ve compiled a template that contains quantize settings based on some of the best feeling drum machines in the world: the MPC3000, SP-1200 and ASR-10.

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Divine Mixing S1 Now Available

Introducing an all new mixing and mastering training course, Divine Mixing S1! Many months in the making, this 16 video series will teach you every aspect of the process with over 2 hours of easy to follow content.

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Mixing R&B Vocals With Logic Pro Stock Plugins

In this video, I’ll show you how to use the stock plugins in Logic Pro for Mixing R&B Vocals. One of the more difficult issues to fix for beginner mixers is harsh, sibilant vocals. Logic Pro does not have the best DeEsser plugin for this purpose. Luckily, I will show you a solution in this …

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Mixing Hip Hop Vocals – Using A DeEsser for Sibilance

One of the most prevalent issues I hear when mixing vocals is harsh, sibilant recordings. This can be especially noticeable within Hip Hop and Rap style vocals because we’re usually compressing the verse audio heavily, which can make these unpleasant sounds more obvious. There are many different ways to correct this problem.

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