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Play Logic's Pitch Correction Plugin with your MIDI keyboard

Almost every chart-worthy pop song features auto-tune style vocals of sorts. If you are a Logic user you can get in on the fun by using the Pitch Corrector in real time on any audio source. Here's how

MPV Free Stuff: Step Sequencer for Logic Pro

There's something wonderfully intuitive & fun about making music with a Step Sequencer. Sign-in to download an Exclusive & Free Step Sequencer (with Randomizer features) built-in Logic's Environment.

How to Remix: Part 1: Getting Started

Almost every major music single release gets the remix treatment. In Part 1 of this "How to Remix" series, Mo Volans takes you through the very first steps in making an electronica remix.

Fixing drums (Beat Detective Style) in Logic Pro

Fixing the timing of recorded audio, especially drums has fast become an essential staple for digital musicians and producers. But how can you mimic Beat Detective in Logic Pro? Is it easier in Logic?

Logic Pro's Link Modes Unchained: Part 1

Logic contains multiple editors to help you edit your audio and MIDI regions, respectively. And, when editing regions, it's imperative to understand how the link modes alter what the editor displays.

Sound Design: Re-Create Daft Punk's "Around The World" Synth in Logic

Daft Punk's "Around The World", released in the late 90s was a big hit. As well as inspiring countless tunes & remixes, it inspired Richard Lainhart to recreate the key synth hook.

Create Bigger, Fuller, Wider Bass in Logic Pro

Layering sounds can be an ideal way to enhance an instrument's tone. In this tutorial, Gary Hiebner demonstrates how to layer 3 different bass sounds to create a wider stereo mix. Good for all DAWs!

Adding Bottom End to your Bass: Part 2

In Part 2 of this Extra Bass series Mike Watkinson demonstrates how to use a simple sine wave generated by the EXS24 to add sub-harmonic content in a controllable way.

Deep Freeze in Logic: When to Freeze, When Not to Freeze

There are a number of approaches to working with CPU-guzzling plugins in Logic Pro. In this quick tip article GW Childs IV runs through Logic's freeze function and when to use it and when not to.

Create A Quick Chord Chart In Logic Pro

Creating chord charts needn't be a long, drawn-out, laborious process. In this quick tutorial we'll explore how to make a chord chart quickly leaving you more time to create your music in Logic Pro.

Turn Off the Motion Sensor for Smoother Live Performance on a MacBook

Playing live? Using a Mac? Did you know that a sudden bump, knock or excessive vibration could cause your audio to cut out and skip a beat? Be prepared and learn how to make sure it doesn't happen!

Mixing Guitars Part 2: Automatic Double-tracking Without Tears

In Mike Watkinson's 2nd tutorial in the Mixing Guitars series, learn how to double-track using the Middle & Sides technique. Gives greater width and mono compatibility!

Create Interesting Drum Patterns in Logic Pro's Hyper Editor

The Hyper Editor is one of Logic Pro's most under-used editors. It really shouldn't be. Check out how to build a very capable Hyper Set which makes programming and editing drum patterns easy and fun.

How to Best Use Bus Channels in Logic Pro

Logic is infamous for its complexity as well as its flexibility when it comes to routing. In this quick tutorial, Master Logic composer and trainer Peter Schwartz delves into the dark side of Busses.

Pitch Correction in Logic Pro for Non-Musicians

Pitch correction has become a staple in the music producers toolbox. This tutorial shows how to use Logic's Pitch Correction plug-in without knowing your Bb major from G minor - with A+ results!