A while back Loxy and I shared a tune called “Kernel” as a free download to celebrate the release of the Loxy & Resound sample pack on Loopmasters.
Not only that – we also shared the Logic project files so that you could pick our brains and see how it was made.
But it’s obscure science to say the least… We don’t roll obvious!
So now it’s time to break it down and answer your questions about the project…
First of all – Go download the track and the project files here (plenty of free samples inside).
(by the way, it’s made entirely out of material on our sample pack)
There were quite a few tricks and techniques hidden inside the Logic project.
We asked you to send in your questions…
And were happy to receive plenty!
I was even more happy about the quality of the questions. There were a lot of really good ones.
So today I’m pleased to announce we are finally ready to reveal things…
- The secrets of the Kernel drum bus broken down – step by step.
- 6 reasons to bounce things to audio before mixdown stage.
- Why use a linear phase EQ rather than “normal” EQ on some channels.
- Why Loxy and I rather swap audio than Logic project files even though we both work in Logic.
- Why have the master output channel on arrange page.
- What are the yellow groupings on the mixer and how do they differ to busses.
- The bassline routing explained.
- …and more.
Plenty of good stuff inside!
By the way – wether you are using Logic or not is irrelevant. You’ll be able to benefit from this regardless of what platform you’re on.
Big up everyone for contributing!!