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Logic Pro X Tutorial – Making a Track Part 3: Finalising Your Track

There are no one-size-fits-all solutions to what to do with your master buss. In fact, some producers and engineers make sure there’s nothing on it at all. If you do decide to EQ and limit your track’s master, there are a few Do’s and Don’ts that can lead to a louder, cleaner and better sound. In the third part of our Making a Track in Logic Pro X tutorial, producer and engineer Rob Rox (Banks, Munk) looks at some techniques when finalising your track. Watch it above and make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for more free tutorials and live events.

In this new tutorial, Rob Rox (Munk [pictured], Banks) looks at finalising your track in Logic Pro X

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