Customizing Views (5:23)
Master Channel Setup (2:10)
Ultrabeat Guide Beats (8:47)
Initial Chord Progression (15:55)
Adding Chord Accents (9:48)
Rough Bassline (13:08)
Stacking Synths (17:56)
Multi Channel Ultrabeat (6:16)
Starting Complex Fills (18:16)
Starting Complex Fills Pt. 2 (15:34)
More Complex Fills (18:43)
Creating a Melody (13:42)
Creating a Pad (19:10)
Creating Movement (19:33)
Creating Movement Pt. 2 (10:04)
Sub Bass (7:55)
The Annoying Sound (29:47)
Roughing our Arrangement (16:25)
Creating some Fills (23:48)
Smoothing out Transitions (17:19)
Smoothing out Transitions Pt. 2 (13:53)
Smoothing out Transitions Pt. 3 (16:53)
Smoothing out Transitions Pt 4 (26:46)
Finishing Touches (23:55)
Finishing Touches Pt. 2 (10:10)
Finishing Touches Pt 3 (25:39)
The To Do List (20:21)
Final Mix & Thoughts (10:28)
This is it. If you've ever wondered how to produce a professional, huge sounding Electronic Dance Music track from the beginning, all your questions will now be answered. Chart topping remixer Timothy Allan is back yet again, this time creating an authentic EDM track using nothing but the new Logic Pro X. Although shown in Logic, you can apply the theories and techniques to any DAW or genre. With the included Logic Pro X session files and over 7 hours of video tutorials, this is the most comprehensive Logic Pro X production series available.
Tim starts with an introduction to the series and plays a section of the finished track so you can hear where you'll be ending up. Then he dives right in, using Ultrabeat to create the rhythm foundation for the song, then lays out the chord structure and accents. The all important baseline is next, and Tim explains how to craft one that propels the track forward and also shows how to compress it for that classic pumping EDM sound.
Using the new "Track Stacks" feature in Logic Pro X, Tim serves up giant layered synth tracks for the song, then develops the drum tracks further and adds fills to the different sections. Melody and Pads via the new "Retro Synth" are next on the list and Tim goes in-depth here, explaining further the important elements that make up a world-class EDM track.
Honing and tweaking the arrangement are now shown, and Tim really demonstrates how to fine tune the song's structure and overall sound using many different tools such as automation, compression, reverb, EQ, multi-band compression and much, much more. Please check out the titles and descriptions to the left to see a detailed explanation of each video. There's so much covered in this series, it's like getting a masters degree in EDM Production! Watch "Producing EDM in Logic Pro X" today.
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Submitted 3 months ago
Its strength is its weakness
There are some great tips and tricks in here regarding Logic Pro X - but the length of these videos is daunting.... Some of this is a natural bi-product of EDM, (Video gamers, manipulating sound, for people who don't really like music anyway) But, some it has to do with the fact that the instructor left the "camera" rolling when he shouldn't have... If he were to have made some edits afterword for "instructional" portions - this video would have been world class. But, as it stands, given the amount of time - one could almost learn the same by just messing with the plugins for seven+ hours.....
I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Audio Engineer, Acid, Logic Pro
Response from Customer Service:
Yes, with the amount of information to be covered, this tutorial can seem daunting at first. But because we split the tutorial up in bite sized videos that you can read about on the product page and watch in or out of order. And you can choose the information you want to absorb and how you want to absorb it.
I hope it helps elevate your future projects!
Submitted 5 months ago
Great Content! I learned a lot from this video series!
I've gained a lot of knowledge and new techniques from these videos and I like how the real-time workflow and the way he works from start to finish are totally relatable. Totally worth the money!
I am a: Beginner, Student, Hobbyist, Producer, Logic Pro
Submitted 10 months ago
Lots of little tricks to get the juices flowing
Some good workflow ideas, as well as some specific technics for getting certain "it" sounds
I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Logic Pro
Submitted 1 year ago
this has helped me understand EDM production better!
Submitted 2 years ago
I have seen almost all the video's by now and I think I am ready for a review. I am a beginner in Logic Pro X and in EDM so I write it from that perspective. I am satisfied with the video's, but I do not think it is great. It's good. What I like is that these video's shows you the entire process of creating the track from start to finish. I also like the included project file. I kind of followed along with the video's so I created my first EDM track based on the track made in the video's. So in that sense, it is really good. What I missed however is a bit more of explanation. I understand that these video's are not supposed to explain basic Logic functions, but sometimes I wonder why he puts a Compressor on a track etc. I know how compressor's work, but it is just the reasoning behind why for a particular track he chooses to use a compressor with the particular settings. Off course, doing this the whole time would make these video's to long, but a bit more would have been appreciated. I also would have liked to see some arrangement markings in the project files. Especially for beginners like me it would have been very helpfull. Nevertheless, I do not regret buying these video's and I will watch it till the end. I learned a lot from it.
I am a: Beginner, Hobbyist
Submitted 2 years ago
Just purchased this and not quite finished watching the whole tutorial, but so far I have got a lot of great information. I think this will help me get up to speed with Logic. I have been using Pro Tools, Reason and Live and decided to make the switch from PT as my main DAW and go with Logic, due to Avid going with a subscription platform.
I am a: Producer, Musician, Sound Designer
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