- Two Huge Grand Pianos from Logic X; bussed to a custom warm mix using Logics very own Amp Designer.
- Includes powerful lush layered pads, made in the EXS 24 and the ES2.
- Multiple custom reverb combos, for those special airy atmosphere sound FX.
- Over seven Dubstep bass elements, using the auto filter and the ES2 Synth.
- Eleven Drum Tracks, using Ultrabeat with multi-outputs and custom settings to give that over the top punchy sound.
- Then it’s side chain into a buss to get that special ducking sound on your pads.
- Custom EQ and compression settings on each channel strip.
- Finally, we tune it all in with some custom settings on the master to give it that radio quality sound.
All for Apple Logic Pro X, which includes all synthesizer presets, samples and all the mixing and mastering chains in place for you to study and utilize as the ultimate educational tool.
The project does not require any 3rd party VST/AU virtual instruments. However, In this video, we choose to use the Amazing August Foerster Grand Piano from the Kontakt 5's Factory Library. You can use any piano you want. All the Piano Midi is there.
This project includes the full arrangement with all MIDI data, synthesizer presets, mixing/leveling, FX chains, and automation in place. All mixing is performed natively using only internal Apple Logic Pro X native FX chains. The template is provided 100% royalty free and can be used as a base for your upcoming tracks or as an educational and inspirational tool.
Explore the arrangement, find out how the, bass-lines, leads, pads and FX delays have been made and put together, expand your synth preset library and discover specific mixing and mastering techniques used.
Does it matter what version you are tying to open Logic Pro with? Short answer: No, not really. However, the general rule is: You can always open an older version of Logic Pro, you can even open an older Logic Pro 9 project with Logic Pro X. Logic is a very smart and capable application. Now granted, if the template has some of the newer plugins, like Alchemy, which was introduced in Logic Pro X 10.2, and your version of Logic does not, it will still open, but logic will just not load the Alchemy Plugin. You just can not open a Logic Pro X version with Logic Pro 9. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns, per if your Logic version will work or not, we even have the ability to test your Logic Pro version, for free.