Adam Ellis Extended Tutorial Vol. 7 - Understanding Your DAW

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This is the seventh episode in Adam Ellis’ extended tutorial video series dedicated to Trance Music Production. This series will cover every aspect of music production and will continually develop your skills when applied correctly. In this 35+ minute long studio session, Adam shows us how to take the most advantage out of Logic Pro’s functions & interface, with bus / groups channels, send / return channels, key commands, channel strips, templates, automation, the piano roll and a lot more!

Who is this tutorial for?

This tutorial is for artists who want to work faster and improve their sound at the same time. It’s aimed at Logic Pro X users, but the tricks you will learn can also be applied in other DAWs.

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What You Will Learn

In this 35+ minute long video studio session, Adam will show you:

  • How to use templates to increase your workflow & save many hours of work
  • How to use bus / group channels to optimize your processing and control your sound
  • The power of Send & Return channels
  • How to use compression to manage the dynamic range of your sounds
  • Adam’s favorite processing plugins that he uses in his tracks
  • How to use the Logic piano roll effectively with synths & samplers
  • How to use automation and what to use it for
  • Working a lot faster with key commands
  • Save more time and be more productive with creating your own repertoire of channel strips
  • Browsing & previewing sounds with the media bin
  • and a lot more!

You can watch this video and apply the advice in your own tracks based on Adam’s instructions.

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Package Contents

The video tutorial (35+ minutes long , 720p quality, in english)

I’m using another DAW, not Logic Pro X. Can I still benefit from buying this tutorial ?

Yes, you can still learn the concepts and techniques that Adam uses in his productions, and apply them in your own DAW.

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