The Essentials Of Mastering In Logic Pro X

Get a complete guide to everything you need to know to create great-sounding masters in Logic Pro X with this new course from expert producer Joe Albano.  

Mastering was once regarded as being the preserve of high end studios or dedicated mastering facilities. And those places still do it of course, but now it is accessible to practically all users with a DAW (digital audio workstation) such as Logic. In fact, Logic is one of the best applications out there when it comes to mastering your music and making it radio-ready to send out into the world. But where should you start?

This course from expert producer Joe Albano provides everything you need to know about using Logic and its many tools and effects to get a great finished master when producing any kind of music. Starting by explaining the concept of metering, he goes on to demonstrate the core processing techniques and stages: EQ, compression and limiting, as well as some extra options like using an exciter or reverb and the proper way to accurately monitor levels. 

Joe ends by guiding you through a typical mastering session, so you will learn each stage of the process and be able to master your own material in no time! It's a great way for Logic users to learn about mastering. In fact, most of the techniques covered apply to mastering more generally. Check out this guide to essential mastering techniques today.   

Check out the course here for a complete guide to mastering in Logic:

Stream this course whenever, wherever, forever! It's always online just how you left it - for just $19.99 regular price. Or get a pass to watch ALL courses in the Ask.Audio Academy for just $15/month. 

Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance w... Read More


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