Ever needed to send your Logic Project out for writing or mixing? Or how about recording your send effects back into Logic?
You’ve hired a mix engineer. But of course he doesn’t use Logic… So now you need to export all your tracks to send over.
You’ve carefully chosen delays, reverbs and effects to make your song really groove. And you love them! You love them so much, you want to be sure they make it into the final mix.
Which means recording and exporting your send effects is gonna be crucial.
So… how the heck do you record and export Logic send effects, anyways?
In this week’s video, I break down how to:
- Export send effects as Stems
- Record send effects to Audio Tracks
- Bounce send effects in place inside your Project
Ever need to export send effects? Have a better technique? Let us know in the comments below!
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