Turning out great sounding tracks can sometimes be a struggle. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a knob inside Logic that just made everything sound awesome?
While I haven’t found that knob (yet), Logic does have one knob that can instantly add a top end polish to your tracks.
And all you need is the Vintage Graphic EQ.
In fact, the Graphic EQ has a band specifically designed to add smooth high end sparkle to your tracks.
It’s easy to overlook, but we can “tune” the Graphic EQ to reveal it’s top end boost. And from there we can turn up the shine.
Ever been stuck chasing your tail trying to figure out how to nail that airy sound of professional tracks? Today’s video should help.
Try this trick on anything – vocals, drum overheads, your whole mix. It might just do the trick.
P.S. By the way, I have some exciting news coming in the next two weeks! After many requests from WLPR readers, I’ve been working hard in the studio to deliver. Stay tuned 🙂
Speaking of “logic”, is there an index – or table of contents – to browse your website, to find all of your tutorials? I haven’t been able to find that. Thanks for all your informative work!!
Hey Ernie, thanks for the question! Each post is attached to a couple categories. It’s on the to-do list to organize videos on YouTube into playlists and posts on the website.
You can use the search bar on the right hand side to search for a specific topic!
Great 5 minutes of audio gold Chris. I knew the Console Eq was modeled after the Neve 1073, and the Tube Eq off the Pultec, (check out the Master Shine preset) but I didnt know the Graphic Eq was modeled off the API. I should have noticed that classic API shaped knob. I’ll probably start using this Eq now that I know how to dig deeper into it.