While there are many schools of thought on how to set up your DAW, every producer is different. Some start with drums, others with melody, but it’s often the case that once you get going you reach for similar tools time and time again. In the first of a new three-part series, producer Rob Rox (Banks, Munk, Ellie Golding) looks at how to create your own templates in Logic Pro X including sidechain setups and signal chain settings. Watch the video above and make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for more tutorials and live events.Logic Pro X is an extremely flexible mixing environment. Over the next two videos Rob Rox (Banks, Munk, Ellie Golding) is going to show you how to make a track using Apple’s DAW
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