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Logic Pro X 406 - Mixing EDM Tracks.
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What is one of the first thing you need to do when starting to work on a mix?
Isolate every track to make sure there is no clicks, pops, unwanted distortion, etc.
Insert a buss compressor on your drums
Create Track Stacks
Pan your tracks to get a good stereo image when mixing
It is possible to use Logic's Stereo Spread plug-in on the top frequencies only. True or false?
What technique can you use to compress the drum bus while keeping some of the original dynamics?
It is not possible to use Summing Stacks with MIDI tracks. True or false?
How can you EQ the Mid and Stereo information separately in Logic?
You can only do this with a third-party EQ
By using two Channel EQs on a single channel strip: one set to "Mid Only" and the other set to "Side Only"
With a single channel EQ set to M/S
If you send multiple tracks to a bus, how can you show the Aux channel in the Arrange?
Select the Aux in the Mixer and go to Options > Create Tracks for Selected Channel Strips
Simply drag the Aux Channel Strip to the Arrange
In Logic Pro X, all Aux tracks will automatically appear in the Arrange
It is not possible to show Aux track in the Arrange unless you use Track Stacks
When is it necessary to bounce a project in real-time mode?
When you're using hardware synthesizers in your project
When you export the final version of your project
Offline mode is always preferable
When exporting your master
It is best to color tracks directly in the Mixer because it will also color all the regions automatically. True or false?
What is the usual "magic" frequency when EQing an EDM kick drum?
Strip Silence is a destructive process. True or false?
How do you Strip Silence?
Select a Region and choose Functions > Strip Silence...
Control-click on a region and choose Split > Strip Silence... from the contextual menu
Double-click a region and choose Functions > Silence
Double-click a region and choose Functions > Search Silence
What is the difference between a Folder Stack and a Summing Stack?
Folder Stacks are great for MIDI tracks; Summing Stacks can only be used with Audio tracks
There is not difference, they work exactly the same way
Folder Stacks are great for organizing your tracks; Summing Stacks let you organize and submix your tracks
Folder Stacks will group all selected tracks in a folder; Summing Stacks will merge them together
Why would you want to bounce your MIDI track to audio?
To organize your workflow
To save CPU
So you can apply audio plug-ins on all your tracks
To get a good relative mix
What technique can you use when your kick and bass share the same frequencies?
It is not possible to use Folder Stacks with Audio tracks. True or false?
It is often recommend to work on the drums and the bass before moving to the other elements. True or false?
Logic Pro X 406
Mixing EDM Tracks
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