Logic Pro X – #77 – Mastering in Logic

Logic Pro X - #77 - Mastering in Logic



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This has been a wonderful series of videos and has helped me a great deal. 
For someone who didn't know the first thing about recording music, I am now more than confident to continue producing songs with the priceless advice from your tutorials.
Much love ūüėČ xx?

This is the greatest video series ever.?

This series is such a valuable asset.  Can't say thank you enough for taking the immense amount of time it took to do this.  Great voice and mannerism for producing vide training!  We can all use these videos to either follow and use them closely, or to at least better our understanding as we experiment on our own.   I find no matter how much I know, another opinion is such a great resource.  Love it!?

The curve tool doesn't seem to be working for me, instead of a curve it's giving me a hard angle so to speak. Your automation tool allows it to appear to more rounded while mine is angled and has a point between the 0 mark and the beginning of my fade if that makes sense.?

Thanks ,really helpfull !!?

It's fitting your voice held up and only threatened to break at the series finish line, lol. This Logic X tutorial series has been both thoroughly exciting and comprehensive, but also an 'Epic-Sea Voyage-Around The World'. There's perhaps months, years even, of serious hands-on practical sessions necessary for me, as a digital studio novice, to bring to fruition all the theoretical aspects of Recording – Mixing – Mastering: I'M EXCITED & CHALLENGE READY! Mega thanks to Music Tech Help Guy!?

How do you master a full album where some of the songs run into each other? When I bounce that file, how will the iTunes or bandcamp or where ever know that there are multiple songs and not just one song or if I bounce them separately, how will they play seamlessly like they do on many professionally produced albums??

It doesn't give me the option to click on "remove DC offset", what do I do? thanks!?

how did you create that fade so easily??

34.7 MB??? geez dude… lol very informative vid?