We walk through every step of how to connect, play, and record external hardware instruments with Logic Pro X.
From varying note length to applying syncopation, we highlight four versatile strategies for improving the rhythmic qualities of your melodies.
In this tutorial video, we take a look at the workflow for creating a multi-sampled instrument via Logic Pro X’s Sampler.
We demonstrate how you can drag and drop samples into Logic Pro X’s Drum Machine Designer to create your own custom kit.
We give you a crash course in music theory, exploring some scales and techniques that’ll help you create original melodies.
We walk through the complete process of recording vocals, from reviewing the roles of each piece of gear to connecting your microphone to your DAW.
Let’s explore a few common tactics and best practices for reducing your CPU’s workload.
Explore how different features in Ableton, Studio One, and Logic Pro X can be used to help you create interesting chord progressions.
In this tutorial, we overview the basics for creating realism when producing orchestral strings with software libraries.
In this blog post, we’ll explore three techniques that will help make your MIDI drums sound more ‘human.’
Hyperbits shares 5 creative reverse techniques you can use to make your tracks more interesting.
Used widely by top mixing engineers on countless records since the 80s, this simple yet effective effect can beef up those thin vocal tracks in no time.