Logic Pro X – #59 – Mixing (part1): Getting Started, Volume, Pan, DBFS, Pan Law

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Logic Pro X – #59 – Mixing (part1): Getting Started, Volume, Pan, DBFS, Pan Law
Logic Pro X Video Tutorial 59
Mixing a Song Start to Finish, part 1
Topics Covered: Volume, Pan, dBFS vs. dB-SPL, Using Groups, Pan Law

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8 thoughts on “Logic Pro X – #59 – Mixing (part1): Getting Started, Volume, Pan, DBFS, Pan Law”

  1. Do you not consider attenuating the level of your Audio/stems as too keep
    faders nearer to 0? In the digital world, it’s not good practice to have
    your faders below minus 20db etc

  2. When panning, you said something about drummer/audience perspective. What
    if I used a drum machine and plugins without live recordings (mics), do I
    still need to pan? And if yes, how can I tell the panning is well balanced?

  3. hey man one question, do you play with the frequency of the sounds before
    mixing? like do you export all the sounds without any type of equalization?
    and how would you mix a song that includes a vocal?

  4. Hey guys, a long time ago I saw a tutorial on panning in Logic and the guy
    was using a tape delay so he would pan the instrument whichever way he
    wanted then add like a tiny unnoticeable tape delay to make it come out the
    other side too. My issue is I don’t know how to make just the delay come
    out one speaker and the original instrument come out the other. Ive been
    having to just duplicate the tracks and pan one one way and the other the
    opposite to create space in my mix. This sounds like shit usually. Any
    advice would be much appreciated. It’s Trance type of music if that
    matters. Thanks!!

  5. hey i was wondering ifyou could help me with a problem im having.
    i decided to take a piano track, duplicate it and pan each fully left and
    right. however sometimes when i play it back the left channel starts first
    and the right channel follows shortly after but very abruptly. and when i
    bounce the prject this also happens. i used a multimeter and correlation
    meter and the line is in the blue except for the very start (which is where
    the problem is occuring)
    im pretty new to mixing so i could be doing anything wrong lol
    any help would be appreciated, thank you!
    – its just the right channel that starts playing back abruptly. could it be
    my piano, interface, logic settings, phasing issue or just a bug?
    i tried re-recording the part, using flex time (complex is on), reloading
    plugins, creating and playing the files on a new track but nothing seems to
    work.

  6. Thank you! Another great tutorial of yours. One question: does the same
    approach apply when mixing synth drums/instrument tracks?

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