Logic Pro's Phat FX and Remix FX are two multi-FX plugins that combine several processors into a single interface. Discover their immense sonic and creative power in this course with trainer and sound designer Rishabh Rajan.
Delays, reverbs, compressors, distortions... Logic Pro has so many built-in plugins, it's so easy to forget about many of them. Some often overlooked plugins are found in the Multi FX section because they combine multiple effects into one. This course takes a deep look at two Multi FX plugins: the Phat FX and Remix FX.
Rishabh starts by looking at the Phat FX plugin. He covers every control of the plugin, and demonstrates its amazing potential. As you will see and learn, this multi-FX powerhouse is perfect for adding everything from adding subtle analog warmth to creating high gain distorted madness. And thanks to its built-in Envelope Follower, LFOs and X/Y pad, it can also add interesting movement to any production.
The second part of the course is dedicated to the Remix FX. This flexible Multi-effect plugin is specifically targeted at DJs and electronic musicians who want to inject some typical DJ style effects into their dance music tracks, but it can be used in other genres as well. Again, Rishabh takes a deep look at the creative possibilities offered by the plugin. He shows you how to filter, gate, reverse, and scratch your full mix or individual tracks. He also explains how to use and configure the two X/Y Pad, how to combine effects, how to record the parameter changes in your arrangement, and more...
So sit back and join Logic Pro expert Rishabh Rajan in this course as he unveils the immense sonic possibilities offered by the Phat and Remix FX!
It's an honor to be the first to review a Rishabh course :-) I've been hoping for a Phat FX course for some time now so I'm very happy to see this come out. And Remix FX is thrown in for the ride too, which is a nice bonus. One thing that's a little disappointing is that there are no videos dedicated to sound design specifically. The series break down all of the modules, which is great, but doesn't really go much further than this. A few extra videos showing how to use modules in combination to get some really cool sound-design ideas going would have helped bring the plug-ins to life that bit more. Don't get me wrong - there are videos that show modules being used in combination - but they feel a little too improvised / on-the-spot. Still, great to have a course on these two plug-ins, as they are definitely worthy of some TLC in the Logic stock-plug in ensemble.