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- Apr 2nd, 2014
Watch this course now to learn how to twist and tweak your Logic Pro drums and basses with electronic dance music specialist and expert trainer Nigel Broad!
Need to go beyond the basic presets and built-in functionality of Logic Pro X's new Drummer? Then be sure to watch as Nigel twists and tweaks some standard drum tracks into an EDM frenzy!
In the initial loop setup, you'll learn how to augment Drummer and Ultrabeat as well as repurpose drummer for trance music. Once the foundations of a track are laid down, you'll learn to slice, dice and speed up breaks to create old school, high energy jungle drum tracks!
As a bonus, there are several tutorials revealing the secret formulas to recreating classic EDM Basses using Logic Pro’s synths. This includes the Dubstep Screech and Growl Basses, right down to Reese, Trance and Deep House Basses.
So if you’re into twisting and deviating from the “beat”-en path and wanna take your EDM tracks to a higher level, this is your chance to follow our guru, Nigel Broad, and soak up some of his wicked wisdom!
- Logic Pro X: 10.1 New Features: Explored
- Logic Pro X: What’s New In Logic Pro X 10.0
- Logic Pro X 100: Absolute Beginner's Guide
- Logic Pro X 101: Core Training: Create Your 1st Project
- Logic Pro X 102: Core Training: Signal Flow
- Logic Pro X 103: Core Training: Audio Recording and Editing
- Logic Pro X 104: Core Training: MIDI Recording and Editing
- Logic Pro X 105: Core Training: Mixing and Automation
- Logic Pro X 106: Logic Remote
- Logic Pro X 107: Smart Controls
- Logic Pro X 108: Flexing Vocals: Time and Pitch
- Logic Pro X 109: Core Training – The Score Editor
- Logic Pro X 112: Bouncing, Sharing and Archiving
- Logic Pro X 113: External MIDI Basics
- Logic Pro X 114: External MIDI Advanced
- Logic Pro X 200: MIDI FX: The Arpeggiator
- Logic Pro X 201: The EXS24: Sampling Explored
- Logic Pro X 202: Drummer and Drum Kit Designer
- Logic Pro X 203: Retro Synth: 4 Synths in 1
- Logic Pro X 204: Sculpture Sound Design Workshop
- Logic Pro X 205: Synthesis With Sculpture
- Logic Pro X 206: ES2 Exposed
- Logic Pro X 207: ES2 Sound Design Workshop
- Logic Pro X 209: Ultrabeat - Drum Design Workshop
- Logic Pro X 301: Supercharged Processing
- Logic Pro X 303: 21 Synth Secrets
- Logic Pro X 305: Voiceover Recording and Editing
- Logic Pro X 400: Xtreme Sound Design
- Logic Pro X 401: Xtreme Drums & Beats
- Logic Pro X 402: Producing Hip Hop
- Logic Pro X 403: Olav's Power Tools & Tips
- Logic Pro X 404: The ART of EDM
- Logic Pro X 405: Mastering EDM Tracks
- Logic Pro X 406: Mixing EDM Tracks
- Logic Pro X 408: The ART of Deep House
- Logic Pro X 409: Twisted Drums and Deviant Bass
For a full list of the topics covered, see the Tutorial Outline
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Very useful information about drums and bass. I think it's time for a second series, with all the new updates, and some fresh creative ideas. I enjoyed watching this :)
No need to go shopping for tons of 3rd party drum machines and drum libraries. Nigel Broad hands us a plethora of information which helps us transform new ideas for beat making, and song writing. 5 stars!
Great drums and bass course by Nigel Broad showing off Logic Pro X's build in plugins. Really liked the bass sound design section at the end, I have always thought the ES2 had a great sounds, looks like Retro is following in its big brothers foot steps!
Inspiring. I'm not really into EDM, I'm more into Industrial Rock, but it's given me some very interesting knowledge from other genres to add to my experimental work.
Great bass set up for todays music and tips for making a drum loop library using Logic's drummer track. Must see.
Nigel does it again with another fantastic tutorial. I am pretty familiar with Drummer and have actually found some new ways I haven't seen in any tutorial to do things; but this tutorial introduces some very interesting ideas, particularly with the ODE to the old skool beats - that was very creative and original. I loved this tutorial.
While I'm not really a dance music maestro (More Singer/Songwriter) I found Nigel Broads articulation of the EDM very interesting and elucidating.
I love how you explained in the course overview how you explain that EDM entails all dance-music genres such a techno, trance, electro etc. That made the tutorial much more appealing to me, since I am not so fond of the uninspiring formula-based commercial "EDM" you hear everywhere. Thanx for the tips!