Logic is chock full of great features and workflow enhancements! So much so, that it’s easy to overlook the truly essential bits.
Very often I get to peek into the Projects of both clients and readers. These folks are writing fantastic music and commit to honing their audio skills.
So when I take a look at their workflow, a little piece of me dies inside when I see certain details overlooked.
(Kinda like when I’m forced to watch Curb Your Enthusiasm. Watching Larry David embarrass himself over and over makes me want to crawl into a hole!!)
Audio production is all in the finer details. And details are the easiest things to overlook.
These flubs are so common though, that I just had to create a video this week to help!
So today’s video uncovers the 5 biggest mistakes I’m seeing across Logic user Projects. It’s a great checklist to make sure you’re making the most out of your Logic experience:
- Not knowing that the Pan knob is different between Mono and Stereo tracks.
- Not using Fades on Audio Regions.
- Setting Recording Levels too hot.
- Not using Bounce in Place or Freeze to conserve CPU.
- Not using Sends, Busses, & Auxes for Reverbs and Delays.