Logic Pro Video Tutorial – Side Chain Compression w/ Bill Lee – From Together Festival 2012

After a series successful Education Sessions at SXSW, Dubspot traveled to Boston for Together Festival 2012 to host a series of free workshops. The workshops were an open forum to discuss electronic music production and performance techniques. In this video, Dubspot instructor and Logic Pro guru Bill Lee explains and demonstrates creative uses of Side Chain compression in Logic Pro and offers some tips and techniques for music production with Logic. Bill shows how using the side chain feature in Logic’s effects plugins as well as some of the program’s software instruments plugins is an effect way to enhance your production.

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[...] This is one place where it’s worth it to just save up some money and get the good stuff. I have 3 mics that I use the most. I use them for which ever situation they are best suited. My AKG 414 has an “open” and “airy” sound – great for acoustic guitar, piano, strings or almost any vocals. My Neumann TLM-103 has a very warm sound – great for warming up vocalists with very thin voices. My good ol’ Shure SM-57 takes care of all the loud and/or grungy stuff like sampling a borrowed snare drum, trash can lid or guitar amp. Don’t skimp on the microphone pre-amp either, but that’s for another article. – Bill Lee [...]

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