Special FX Sound Design in Logic Pro 10.2 / Alchemy
Special FX are essential to keeping your grooves from getting repetative. Learn how FX can be used for smoothing out transitions between sections of your arrangments and introducing new elements into your track.
This course is made using Logic 10.2, making full use of the stunning new synth Alchemy. However if you don’t have Logic or Alchemy nearly everything you learn can be applied in your own favourite DAW or synth.
From scratch we’ll be creating from simple transitions such as reverse sounds and uplifters/downlifters plus walk through complete sound design lessons and techniques such as sweeps, automation and in-depth tricks such as using processing on delay and reverb.
If you are new with FX sound design, this is the perfect place to start!
Skip hours of trial and error and learn how to build FX like a pro!
Reverse, Up And Down
In the first half of this FX video course you’ll learn staple FX tricks. Use these sounds as bridges in your arrangements to new sections! Learn to create the feeling of acceleration, to drive the audience into and out of a drop and most importantly create tension just when you need it.
- Reverse Cymbal
- Noise Uplifters
- Reverse Reverb
- Reverse Delays
Sweeps And Automation
The second half of this course features some more advanced FX tips.
Once you have this knowledge you can apply it across your sounds and samples to create hundreds of unique variations and transitions. Your music will never get boring!
- Pitched Synth Risers & Falls
- Comb Filter Sweeps
- Formant Sweeps
- Using Alchemy To Add Vintage Character
- FX Send Automation
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!