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Lesson 8 from: Music Production in Logic Pro X: Vocal Mixing Essentials

Tomas George

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8. Mixing Files

<b>In this video, Tomas shows you how to find the available Logic Pro project files that you can use to practice mixing at home.</b>
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Introduction and Welcome to this Class


Project Organization


Faders and Panning


Flex Pitch - Vocals


Flex Time - Vocals


Editing Studio Drums


Song Mix Deconstruct - Mixing Drum Kit Designer


Mixing Files


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Mixing Files

Hello. In this lecture, I'm going to show you how you can use the project files that are included with this course, we'll have actually four different project files. So these four different project files are all used in this course. The flex time one, falling out of Love Drums. This is the lecture called Editing Studio Drums. This is the project I use for this lecture. So please feel free to download this and play around with this and do whatever you want. These are my songs. So I give you access right now to go through and edit any of this and change it around just in case you don't have any drums to edit at home. We also have another project called Finally. So this is for the Flex time vocals lecture. Then we have falling out of love part one. This is the project that Christopher uses to demonstrate different plugins and different effects and mixing in Logic Pro T and then we have rain down on me. And this is the Logic Pro project where I demonstrate organization. So feel free to go ...

through any of these lectures. All you need to do is just click on one of them and then you'll notice that you can download the project here. They're different sizes. Some of them are reasonably big and other ones are much smaller. This one here, this one's only 30 megabytes, but the editing studio drums, one is a little bit larger. So once these projects have downloaded, all you need to do is click to unzip them and then you can open them up in logic Pro 10. This might sound really obvious but you will need a copy of Logic Pro 10 to actually open these projects. So this will not work on say a phone or a tablet. You will need to use your Mac or Macbook. So go through and practice mixing on any of these projects if you wish. So, thank you for watching this lecture and I hope you find these projects useful.

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