When it comes to guitar, there isn’t much missing for guitarists in Logic Pro.
In fact, Logic comes with a slew of guitar pedals, amp heads, and cabinets. It wouldn’t be too hard to spend an entire day(s) rocking and trying them all out 🙂
First, Amp Designer is like your personal rack of amps and cabinets. You have choices ranging from:
- Clean preamps and rare boutique amps
- Fender style amps like the Tweed and Blackface Amps
- Marshall style amps like the Vintage and Modern British Heads
- Orange style amps like the Sunshine Head and Sunshine Amps
- Vox style amps like the British and Small British Amps
- Mesa style amps like the Modern American Amp
And SO much more. I mean, there are 25 amp heads and cabinets for you to choose from!
On top of that, there are 7 microphone options ranging from:
- Dynamic mics like the classic Shure 57 or Sennheiser e609
- Condenser mics like the Neumann u87 and AKG 414
- Ribbon mic like the Royer 121
Which you can freely move the position of the mic relative to the speaker. It’s nuts!
And on top of all this, Pedalboard is your smorgasbord of guitar effect pedals. Just about anything you need is included. From distortion to delay, modulation to pitch shifters. It’s awesome 🙂
But don’t assume Amp Designer and Pedalboard are only for guitar players. Both of these tools are great for sound design for just about any instrument.
Think electric keys, Mellotron, or even drums.
So today in our 30-day series, let’s fully immerse in all the details of Logic Pro’s Amp Designer and Pedalboard.