The Transition Orchestral Strings Logic Pro X Template

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The Transition - Orchestral Stringsl Design Template For Apple Logic Pro X (DAW)


The Transition Orchestral Strings Logic Pro X Template

A new piece called "The Transition" Basically a short composition of some EXS24 Orchestral String Sampler instruments in Logic Pro X. Each Instrument has two busses, one for its own reverb and one master room reverb for the main mix.  I am using a custom setting for each instrument.  I started with dialing in the compression, EQ and then the Reverb for each instrument.  I set Ambience reverb for the Violins, Violas, and Cellos. And for the Bass, I am using KR-Reverb FS. And for the Master Mix, I am using a custom reverb from Logic.  My goal here is to get a good mix of different reverbs, compression and EQ's for each instrument and make it sound amazing. 


Does it matter what version you are trying to open Logic Pro X? Short answer: No. 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 Digital Audio Workstations (DAW). Granted, if a template uses Logic's newer plugins, like Alchemy, first introduced in Logic Pro X version 10.2, and your version of Logic does not, it will still open, and Logic will just not load the Alchemy Plugin. The MIDI and Automation Data will still be the same, and you can quickly change the instrument to anything you want. Similarly, Logic Pro will open if you don't have a particular 3rd Party Plugin. The only limitation is that you can not open a Logic Pro X version with Logic Pro 9. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.