Hey all, I've been experimenting with a couple of things here:
- Using logic pro's 'envelope' plugin on snare, kick and toms to add punch (I gather this is like a poor man's SPL transient designer -- I'm still tempted by this plugin , but I'm quite happy with logic pro's version). I'm quite happy with the drum mix on this one, what do other people think?
- Logic pro's studio horns plugin to add some big-band esque stabs
I just connected a new Apogee800 out (toslink) trhu optical MOTU in but in logic i can record every track with a very low input, do you know how to fix it? Thanks.
Why no audio being played through MOTU 8pre USB even though the meters on Logic and iTunes are blazing.
After getting the CueMix FX to function as a stand alone mic and guitar pre without running Logic suddenly no audio is audible through MOTU 8pre USB even though the meters on Logic and iTunes are blazing.
Hi, I tried googling this, but every answer I'm reading is over my head. Buffer Size is something people advise changing. But for reference, I don't know what a buffer is nor do I know how to find my buffer settings. Someone else said to watch your CPU/HD meter, and I again don't know what those are, nor how to change them. Any help would be great, feel free to assume I don't know anything about the technical sides of recording.
I stumbled across a course for Logic Pro X by a guy name Thomas George on Udemy and I'm wondering if it's a good course. I just got Logic recently and am having a good time experimenting with it and learning as I go but would like to take a course online that I can do at my own pace. Right now the course is listed for $14.99 and says it's usually just under $200. I did read that Udemy always has sales on. The reviews for the course on Udemy seem good and $15 isn't a ton of money. Just wondering if any of you pros on here know of the guy or course.
I felt this was going to be a trend when izotope introduced the spire voice activated recorder. I remember Dave Hawk joking about how it would misunderstand the commands, and tossing it thru the wall.
I've got it the best I can, so now I need brutal critique from anyone who knows more about mixing and orchestral arrangements than me (so, almost anyone).