The next video in our Logic Tips tutorial series breaks down some of the effective tools in the EXS24 sampler.
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Three EQ effects are built-in with Live – but which one should you use, and why?
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Multiple tracks can be enhanced with a touch of effects processing, which send and return channels within Ableton are aptly designed for.
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In case you missed it, in November, KORG fixed issues with their portable Bluetooth MIDI controllers/keyboards and iOS 13. Wireless operation works with desktop OSes, too - and it's really cool.
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Jono Buchanan shows you how Logic Pro's stock sampler can be used creatively.
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MusicTech's Ableton Live Tutorials video series continues, this week exploring the Gate effect and its creative potential
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Jono Buchanan returns for another lesson in Logic
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Our next video in the Ableton Live Tutorials series explores how to record automation in realtime
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This week in our Logic Tips series, Jono Buchanan shows us how a sidechained gate can create interesting textures which evolve with the track in Logic Pro X. Last week we looked at alternative approaches to sidechain compression but, as