Sculpture isn't only good at material sounds. See how to use its controls in unusual and creative ways to build an authentic techno kick drum patch.
Logic Pro X comes with a substantial collection of virtual synths—from basic, traditional analog and digital models, to big, powerful kitchen-sink instruments that employ cutting-edge technologies.
Well known for providing free and paid for preset packs for Ableton Live and Reaktor, Flintpope are back with free otherworldly presets for Logic Pro X's Sculpture instrument. Here's how to grab them!
If you've used Logic Pro's Sculpture then Chromaphone 2, acoustic object synthesizer, using acoustic resonators to generate sounds will be somewhat familiar. And there's so much more to Chromphone 2.
Kieran Krohn sat down with award-winning Australian producer and DJ, Jamie Stevens, to find out more about his production studio workflows and collaborations with John Digweed and Nick Muir.
Ever wondered just what kind of realistic sounds you can design in Logic Pro's Sculpture? Sure it can do the weird and wacky but here's how you can make an authentic electric guitar sound.
Do you know how to get the best out of Sculpture's Morph section in Logic Pro? In this tutorial Darren Burgos runs through all the essentials to get you up and running.
Sculpture's intricate interface means it often gets overlooked as a sound design tool. Richard Lainhart plucks away at this physical modeling instrument and shows how to create a sitar-like sound.
Physical modeling synthesis is arguably the most fascinating form of sound creation at the disposal of the modern music maker today. This technology was once reserved for the elite and was only really