Joe Albano is the perfect trainer to explain and explore the ins-and-outs of Logic Pro's family of compressors. In this course, he divulges the inside info about which world-class compressors they're modelled after and then shows you how to best deploy them!
You learn every knob, button and meter that these Logic-only plugins have, and you get a really solid primer on compression, side-chaining and even limiting techniques.
This course covers:
- Vintage Opto
- Studio FET
- Vintage FET
- Classic VCA
- Studio VCA
- Adaptive Limiter
So dive into Logic Pro's world of compression, with Joe Albano, and soon you'll be making these built-in plugins your go-to dynamic processors on all of your Logic tracks. Also be sure to check out all of our Logic in-depth courses in our ever-expanding library!
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Neil Gilmartin wrote on May 18, 2021
Another high-quality course setting the bar high! Joe knows his stuff and is more than happy to share it with you. Another great course that has allowed me to look at the Logic compressor plug-in not just as comprising the 'standard blue one' with six others to choose from randomly. The course gives you background on the analog equivalents of each as well as tips on when you might choose one or the other. As an aside, it's also nice to have someone explain the difference between the Limiter and Adaptive Limiter plug-ins. My only caveat would be that this probably isn't a course for someone who is new to compression. I think it would be too much specialized information that would intimidate rather than motivate. But if you already have the basics down pretty solidly on what a compressor does and what its various dials are intended for, and are looking to take the next step in your understanding of Logic's compression plug-in, this course is perfect.
Logic's Compressors wrote on November 2, 2019
A very informative course. There's so much info in it that I'll need to watch it again to absorb it all. Loved the constant references to the original compressor models. Fascinating and educational. Thanks Joe!