Oh man! I’m sooo thrilled with this latest Logic update of 10.4.2. I mean, let me count the ways:
- You can now drag and drop samples into Alchemy
- Smart Tempo now works with multiple tracks at the same time
- Smart Tempo now works with MIDI
- Sound libraries can now be relocated to external hard drives
But for me, the best thing about 10.4.2 comes down to one feature:
Sends on Faders.
Aside from being able to adjust levels (and panning!) of your Logic Sends, how about creating the perfect headphone mix?
No longer do us Logic users need to avoid the conversation about separate headphone mixes.
You know what I used to say when musicians asked?
“Uh, sorry. Unfortunately Logic isn’t able to create separate headphone mixes. We’ll just have to do the best we can.”
Well not anymore!
I’m so thankful to the Logic team for all the advancements with Sends on Faders. So in today’s video, I break down:
- What Sends on Faders is, and how to enable it
- How to enable Independent Panning for Sends
- How to Send Your tracks to a specific Output (such as a headphone output)
- How to copy your Fader and Pan levels to your Sends in one shot for the perfect Headphone Mix