How To Create Trap Hi-Hat Patterns in Logic Pro X

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Erin Barra has a quick fix to help you produce perfect trap hi-hat patterns in Logic Pro X. Here’s how you do it… Trap hi-hat patterns are cool, and lots of contemporary productions call for them. There’s something about the repeated patterns quickly switching from quarter-note triplets to thirty-second note triplets and all the subdivisions […]

Track Alternatives in Logic Pro X

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Logic Pro X’s Track Alternatives are a great tool for experimentation, but also a superior way of working with multi-track recordings, says Mark Cousins… Logic Pro X is undoubtedly one of the most complete music production applications going, but every now and again you glance across at a rival DAW and see a feature that […]

Track Alternatives in Logic Pro X: Step-by-Step (Continued)

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Still amped with excitement at the addition of Track Alternatives to Logic Pro, Mark Cousins shows us how well they can work with multi-track recordings… 7. Track Alternatives also work really well with multi-track recordings, as long as you remember to check a few additional details. In this example we’re working with a drum kit, […]

How To – Create Lively 808 Snare Rolls in Logic Pro X

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808 snare drum rolls are a staple feature in dance music, but not all of us have a vintage Roland drum machine at our fingertips. We’re going to take a look at how you can build interesting sounding snare rolls that go beyond the original, using just a single sampled hit. 1. Start by loading […]