I think there’s no question at this point how awesome making music in 2021 really is. I mean, with a Mac and Logic Pro, you truly have everything you need to record and share your music!
But for some, the sound and “feel” of working in the box just doesn’t have that vibe.
Maybe you yourself have your fair share of actual outboard gear. Analog compressors, EQs, or even guitar pedals. And you really would much rather have fun turning knobs on an actual piece of gear.
All isn’t lost! In fact, you can integrate your external hardware into your Projects right now.
And all you need (besides an interface and gear) is one easy-to-overlook plugin –
the I/O Plugin.
Tucked away inside the Utility section of Logic’s plugins the I/O plugin deserves more love. Because with this one tool you can:
- Send audio out of your interface to your external gear
- Bring the audio from your gear back into your Projects
- And even fix any latency issues that might crop up
Logic’s I/O plugin is your digital patch bay to all your other awesome toys!
Of course, there’s a bit of setup time for routing your audio, both in the box and out. But once sorted, you can enjoy the benefits of a hybrid workflow for mixing or mastering.
So in today’s video above, let me show you how easy it really is to integrate your hardware into Logic Pro.