Hey there! Chris Vandeviver here. Producer, engineer, and founder of Why Logic Pro Rules.
Let me ask you. Have you ever wondered:
- “Is Logic as good as [another DAW]?”
- “How do I get my Logic mixes to sound like how they sound in my head?”
- “How do I create awesome music and mixes using only Logic’s stock plugins and instruments?”
That’s what this website is all about! Why Logic Pro Rules is dedicated to helping you get the most you can out of Apple’s Logic Pro X.
Logic Pro is a powerhouse DAW (Digital Audio Workstation). From songwriting to mixing, editing to mastering, Logic is a pro app that can turn your songs up to 11.
Whether you’re a home studio musician just getting started or have been using Logic for years – you want pro sounding tracks. And with everything Logic has to offer, you want those tracks to pop.
How Why Logic Pro Rules Can Help You
The difference between an amazing sounding track and one that sounds “meh” isn’t the DAW. Nor does it need to cost you hundreds or thousands of dollars in plugins or instruments.
Everything you need is already available to you with any DAW. But Logic Pro X is like a swiss army knife. All the tools you need are in one package and are perfect for any situation.
So how do you get your tracks to sound the way you hear them in your head?
Knowing how to use the tools you have, inside and out.
Logic’s got it all – EQs, Flex Time, synths and Drummers. The difference is all in how well you know how to use what Logic has to offer.
But how long could that take? Years? Who’s got that kind of time when you’re trying to make great music right now?
Subscribe to Why Logic Pro Rules and receive my best strategies and techniques for great sounding tracks in Logic.
Instead of waiting years to learn the best strategies, you can leapfrog ahead of the rest. I share everything I’ve learned over the years working in Logic, producing and engineering.
Finally – A Website For the Rest of Us
Most recording or mixing blogs revolve around other DAWs.
And that’s totally cool! But for such a powerful DAW, it would be nice for us Logic users to have a place of our own.
I’ll never forget an experience I had interning at a studio in New York City years ago…
One night I was sitting in the common area working on a project in Logic. None of the engineers or clients needed anything, so I passed the time editing on my own.
A engineer passing through walked up behind me and looked at what I was doing. He snorted, “Logic huh? Whatever floats your boat…”
And as he walked away I just sat there, defeated.
Since then I’ve recorded, edited, mixed and mastered tons of recordings with Logic Pro. And not once has it let me down.
Why Logic Pro Rules is for you – the one who floats on a different boat. If you want to learn how to make killer tracks on LPX, then you’re gonna love this website.
About Chris Vandeviver
Hi, I’m Chris Vandeviver. A freelance producer, recording and mix engineer in Rochester, NY.
I’ve toured in bands up and down the East Coast for nearly a decade. From playing shows in basements to no one, to major festival slots in front of thousands– I’ve run the gamut.
In 2011 I moved to NYC and interned at a Grammy Award winning studio. Then I worked remotely for a commercial composer who’s client list included Trident to Barclays.
Now I produce and mix for national and international bands and companies.