Whether it’s producing, mixing, or mastering your songs – there are a lot of things to consider.
From your thundering low-end right up to the sparkling high end you’re balancing tons of sonic information. And sprinkled in-between is the entire midrange. Which is where all your instruments are trying to be heard!
Once you get the low, mid, and high balance in check, it doesn’t stop there. Then you have to consider your Project’s:
- Peak levels…
- And RMS levels…
- And Loudness…
- …oh yeah. Don’t forget about phase either!
The technical details and standards for audio can be restricting. Even downright confusing.
Whch is why it’s great that Logic Pro comes with such a wealth of metering tools.
Logic’s Multimeter is your all-in-one swiss army knife for watching over your mixes. It’s a risk management tool that helps you identify any problem areas of your mixes.
Combining Logic’s many metering plugins into a single window, Multimeter is your forensic view into your mixes. A pro tool that leaves no stone unturned.
So today I want to give you all the details why Logic’s Multimeter is indispensable to your Projects. Dig into today’s video to learn what Multimeter’s meters are trying to tell you.
Long-time listener, first time caller! Thanks so much for this post. Do you have any advice for troubleshooting keyboard patches that show phasing issues in MM? This really has me stumped. Even seeing this on NI Noire with no extra signal processing. Thanks, Chris!
Tom Smallbone says
Thanks for posting all of these Chris, they’re super helpful.
Best wishes, Tom