Moving quickly when making music is vital to ensure your ideas aren’t lost. Setting up signal chains you use a lot in advance, saving your sounds as templates and being able to quickly audition sounds are all habits worth getting into. In the second of our new three-part series producer Rob Rox (Banks, Lupe Fiasco) looks at optimising your workflow in Logic Pro X. You can watch the video above and make sure you subscribe to our channel for more tutorials and live events.
Rob Rox has worked with Banks (pictured), Lupe Fiasco, GOMMA head Munk and many more. In our new series he shows how to start a track in Logic Pro X
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