How To Automate VST Synths in Logic Pro X | Logic Pro Tips
In this video I show you how to automate any parameter/section of your VST synth. This will allow you to switch up your sounds during your beat and add interest to static sounds.
I also show you how to automate a low pass filter to create transitions, a good way to add interest to your beats and make them sound professional.
If there’s anything you’re unsure of drop me a comment and I’ll get back to you.
This video is a brief overview on how to use automation in Logic Pro X for beginners and intermediates.
Automation can be used on almost anything inside Logic. It can be used to create transitions, automate volume, panning, filters, and more.
Once you know how to use automation it’ll allow you to create interest in your songs and beats.
In this video I show you my approach when producing a remix using an acapella in Logic Pro X.
A BPM of 140, sounds from Kontakt, Dune and Sylenth to produce a beat around the vocals of Wiley.
In this video I show you my approach on making beats in Logic Pro X.
I start off with an idea in my head, put down some melodies, throw in some chords, add a few drum sounds and some 808’s to sweeten it up a bit.
Inspiration behind this beat is The Weekend… can you hear it?
Leave a comment and let me know what you think, I appreciate all feedback!
In this video I give 5 reasons why you should go to music school and 5 reasons why you shouldn’t go to music school.
All 10 reasons are just my own opinion and thoughts on the subject. I’ve studied at a high-level so feel I have enough experience to share my thoughts on why you should and why you shouldn’t go to music school.