How to use external hardware and analog synths with Logic Pro X

Do you have analog hardware that you’d like to connect to your Logic Pro X workflow?

If you’ve tried to navigate this process yourself, you may have run into commonplace issues around getting proper MIDI / audio output, or you might even be totally unsure where to start. In the tutorial video above, we walk through every step of how to connect, play, and record external hardware instruments with your DAW. We’ll use Logic Pro X for demonstration purposes, but the same techniques can be applied to most other DAWs.

If you enjoyed the sounds that we used in our tutorial, you can find the complete collection here.

Do you have any questions on a specific concept that was covered in the tutorial? What other topics would you like to see us cover in Logic Pro X? Let us know in the comments below.

October 10, 2020

Danny Calderon Danny Calderon is the founder of the production agency The Day Of The Week*, who also produces music as Mr. Calderon.