Video – Using the Waves Eddie Kramer Vocal Channel

a screenshot of the waves eddie kramer vocal plugin in logic pro x

Logic Pro X contains a plethora of great sounding EQ, compressor, delay, reverb, and other plug-ins useful for vocal processing. A great deal of control and creative possibility is available in shaping the sound of a track. It can however be time consuming experimenting and zeroing in on the optimal signal flow and settings. The idea behind Waves’ signature series vocal processing plug-ins is to do a lot of the work in advance for you, while still offering a degree of creative control.

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Editing and Mixing Vocals in Logic Pro X – On Sale

a screenshot of the editing and mixing vocals in logic pro x video tutorial series

“Editing and Mixing Vocals in Logic Pro X” is a series of video tutorials published by Ripple Training that will teach you how to mix vocals in Logic Pro X, apply equalization and effects and create background vocals – with the ultimate goal to turn a decent home recording into a professionally mixed, industry compliant and radio ready performance. The tutorials are currently on sale for $49.

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Review: iLoud Micro Monitors from IK Multimedia

a picture of the iLoud Micro Monitors by IK Multimedia

IK Multimedia creates products we need and want before we know that we need and want them. Their now ubiquitous iOS hardware and software broke new ground. The subject of this review is IK Multimedia’s new iLoud Micro Monitor system. They’re a fresh take on near field monitors, designed for use on the go as well as in the studio.

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Review – iRig HD 2

the all new iRig HD2

I’m not a guitar player, and I’m blown away with the new iRig HD 2 from IK Multimedia! They’ve always been great at straddling that line between consumer, prosumer and professional. And this new I/O wins on all three levels.

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Waves Element Workshop Part 1 – The Oscillators

a screenshot of the Waves Element synth in Logic Pro X

In a new four-part series of Free Waves Video Tutorials on how to use the Waves Element 2.0 Virtual Analog Synth, Eli Krantzberg shows you how the Oscillator section works, how to use the synth’s filter section, how to use the LFO section, and how to use the Arpeggiator to create some interesting sequential patterns. You can get up and running with subtractive synthesis principles that you can use and apply to almost any software synth.

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