Logic Pro has a bunch of distortion plugins and it's hard to know, at first glance, just what flavor of distortion they actually produce. No worries, Joe Albano is here to explain them all in this in-depth course!
So what kind of distortion are you looking for? Clip? Overdrive? Saturation? Leslie? Bipolar? Transistor, FET, Fuzz, Bit Crushed, Phase? Do you really know what each of Logic's distortion plugins produces? Well, you certainly will after watching this course by legendary Logic Pro expert, Joe Albano.
Joe starts this course by defining the different types of distortion and what they do best! You learn the difference between distortion, saturation and clip. You see what each of Logic's distortion plugins can do. No matter what kind of distortion you're interested in, Joe takes you down Logic's distortion rabbit hole and reveals just what each plugin does and how to best use it to create your tracks,
He also dives into Logic's Amps and Pedalboard which opens up a whole distorted world of sonic possibilities. So sit back and become a Logic Pro distortion maestro with our in-house Logic expert, Joe Albano!
A fantastic course. Joe has created exactly the series I was looking for: a complete explanation of many of Logic's go-to plug-ins. I found this introduction to the Distortion plug-ins easy to follow and very informative. I'll forget almost everything, no doubt, but now I know where to come when I'm thinking about using clip distortion, or can't decide between Overdrive and Distortion, and need a quick reminder of why and how to use each. Thanks very much, Joe.
Steven Smith wrote on November 28, 2018
I am always excited to see new Joe Albano courses. His tutorials are consistently well planned and thorough. His depth of knowledge and experience in the field are always evident in his trainings. Couple this with the obvious precision in his thinking and resulting use of accurate terminology and you get a gifted teacher. This course ranks up there with his other work and is a great resource that stands up to multiple viewings. Thanks, Joe!