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Ryan Jobson posted a topic in Music Composition & ProductionHey guys, I made a new tutorial aimed towards newer Logic Pro users where I explain how to use the various edit tools. I hope some of you find this helpful! Cheers, Ryan
EdmanXERO posted a topic in Post Your Game ReMixes!Hey, everyone. Finally I got around to posting one of works on here. I'm pretty satisfied with how this came out, but I'm always striving to get better. Let me know what you all think!
El Rosa posted a topic in Music Composition & ProductionHello Everybody! So I finally was able to upgrade to a more decent laptop and I'm moving from garageband to Logic Pro X (choose logic because of similarities with garageband) My question here is, where to start regarding music samples and libraries??? Logic pro has some sounds that come with it, but they don't sound awesome except for the drum sets (in my opinion) I did some research on google and on the forum, and I'm overwhelmed with all the results and sounds, samples and stuff available, from free to expensive ones, I don't know what to do. Of course I'm looking for the free stuff because I don't have the money to spend and because I'm just starting to seriously try to produce my music. I would like to ask for help, if someone could point me to the best free sounds or samples available. What do YOU use? My music doesn't have a genre in specific, I have influences from classical, latin, electronic, rock, pop, and more, so I'm looking for sounds from all "popular" instruments like brass, woodwinds, strings, bass, guitars, and of course synth and electronic sounds too. If there's a thread or discussion with this information that I didn't see, please point me to it. All help is appreciated, thank you for your time and I hope to share my remixes soon. (also need to learn some equalization and masterization, so info on those topics is welcome too)
Hey guys, It's been forever since I made a Logic Tutorial so I thought I'd share it here to help any new Logic Pro users. The tutorial is on reversing audio, and it's very simple and practical although I do go on in more detail to explain some "fine print" when it comes to source files, converting to new audio files, etc. I'm planning on making this one a 2 part video where the next one I will come up with some creative and musical uses for using reversed sound effects. Off topic, I'm also hoping to be working on some new remixes this year and finally submit one to the judges after all these years! Hope y'all have been swell and hope to talk soon! Ryan (aka Syllix)