Mixing Techniques in Logic Pro X
In this 15-part video course, Jonny Strinati tackles the subject of mixing using Logic Pro X head on.
By approaching the mixdown process from different angles, Mixing Techniques in Logic Pro X will help you streamline your workflow and give you practical and creative options for improving your mix.
If you want a fresh perspective on how to approach your mix downs and effective methods to overcome common issues during the mixing process, then you should definitely check out Mixing Techniques in Logic Pro X
Make the Most of Every Mix in Logic Pro X
After completing this course you’ll have a practical understanding of setting up mix templates, setting levels and mixing from the off.
You’ll have the skills to mix sub bass, kick drums, synth basses, leads and vocals and you’ll know how to reduce the build up of harsh high frequencies that occurs when you have too many high hats, cymbals and sibilant sounds happening.
You’ll be able to process bus channels, drum bus and bus sends and make creative use of side chaining techniques, add width to your mixes and reference and A/B your mixes like a pro – all within Logic Pro X.
- 150 Minutes of professional video instruction
- 15 indepth videos each demonstrating essential aspects of mixing in Logic Pro X
- Save time and improve your mixing skills with professional insights, tips and tricks
- Learn how to handle potential issues in your mix before they happen!
- Learn at your own pace, watch as many times as you need to learn the lessons
About Your Tutor
With his informative and approachable manner, experienced British producer, Jonny Strinati, takes the confusion out of complex concepts. Drawing on years of experience as both producer and tutor he’s able to explain using appropriate examples and insights that give you both a genuine understanding of mixing and actionable production skills.
Professional instruction from a working producer. It’s like having your own private tutor!
Module 1 – Mixing Fundamentals
> Setting Up a Mix Template
Learn how to set up a mix template in Logic Pro X. Once this template has been set up and saved you can recall it each time you begin a new project. This will optimize your workflow, setting aside more time for creative input.
> Setting Levels
Find out how to set appropriate levels for kick, sub, bass, giving you a good starting point on which to base your mix.
> Mixing From The Off
Discover techniques for mixing very early on in the writing process. It depends on which way you work but this method can be very helpful in addressing any mix problems early on in the writing stage at a time in which they are much easier to address.
> The Stripped Back Approach
Learn how to stay focused on the core elements in the mix, again something that is as much the writing stage as it is the mixing stage, but something that, if perfected, will hugely benefit your mix.
> Printing Tracks
Learn how to print tracks in a project as a way to focus our attention on the mix and not get distracted by some of the finer details of the writing stage.
Module 2 – Mixing Fundamentals
> Mixing & EQ’ing Bass Drums
Observe different techniques for mixing and processing bass drums.
> Mixing Sub Frequencies
Learn new ways to create and mix your sub bass and discover the importance of establishing where that low end is coming from early on in the writing stage.
> Bass Mixing Tips
In this section you’ll pick up different methods for mixing synth basses
>Reducing Harshness In Your Top End
Learn how to effectively reduce harsh to end frequencies
> EQ’ing Resonant Frequencies
Come to grips with unearthing and notching out potential resonant frequencies in a mix using Logic’s channel EQ.
> Drum Bus Processing
Get a handle on processing and mixing the drum bus.
> Bus Send Processing
In this video we look at ways to process and mix our bus send channels.
> Creative Use of Sidechain Compression
Push yourself with creative ways to use sidechain compression (other than ducking on the kick) to create more space in the mix.
> Adding Width
Methods shown here will show you how to effectively adding width to sounds in your mix, creating a more comprehensive stereo image.
> Referencing Mixes
In this final video we examine and discuss some methods for referencing your mixes on different systems and how to mix and test different frequencies within a mix.