August 26, 2020  

Create Your Own Instruments with Logic Pro X 10.5’s New Sampler

To celebrate the release of Apple’s Logic Pro X 10.5, we’re creating a number of tutorial videos which explore the update’s new features.

In this video, Point Blank Lecturer David Stone shows some handy tips and tricks using Logic 10.5’s Sampler, including how to create your own instrument from samples, mould your sounds using the plugin’s inbuilt parameters and more. The new Sampler intelligently analyses the audio you drag in and automatically maps them to keys, meaning it’s easier than ever to start creating your own expressive and unique sounds.

These Logic Pro videos are taken directly from our Intro to Music Production: Logic Pro course content. So, if you enrol on this course (or many others for that matter), you’ll get all of this and much more. Plus, we’re currently offering 25% off our selected online and LA courses until 28th September – so be sure to enrol using the codes ONLINE25 and LA25 today.

David Stone is one half of Drum n Bass act Gerra & Stone and his work has received regular plays across BBC Radio 1, 1 Xtra and Kiss FM. His tracks regularly chart in Beatport top 10. He’s also a successful DJ and PB graduate.

If you’re addicted to tweaking parameters and making music in Logic Pro X like us, we’d highly recommend checking out our other videos on the DAW. Head here to see Logic’s new Step Sequencer in action and here to find out how Live Loops works.

Want an endless stream of Music Production and Sound Engineering tutorials? Don’t hesitate to sign up to one of our courses in LondonLos Angeles and Online courses.

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