As part of his course, Logic Pro X 303: 21 Synth Secrets, Mo Volans shares 3 of the 21 secrets for free, here!
The entire course contains tips useful for beginners and some intermediate levels alike, and if you’re a Logic user then watching the complete course is a no-brainer.
Well, these secrets won’t reveal themselves… so let’s make a start!
We often want fatter, wider synth basses and pads. In this useful video we take a look at how to create a larger, more engaging sound by detuning one of the oscillators.
Mo Volans demonstrates the technique using Logic’s ES2, but you should be able to replicate this using almost any multi-oscillator synth.
Next up is a very cool tip on using drive to add some edginess to your synth sounds. Mo Volans explores the pre-filter and post-filter drive settings available in many synths (in this case we’re back in the ES2). He demonstrates both types of drive with some useful sonic examples.
Using the newest addition to Logic Pro X’s arsenal of super synths, Alchemy, this video tutorial shows how to emulate a Roland TB-303 style sound.
There are 18 more synth secrets to discover, and you can watch them all in the complete course, Logic Pro X 303: 21 Synth Secrets in The Academy.
Here’s a list of every tutorial video in the course:
1: Oscillator Action
2: Filter Technique
3: Matrix Masterclass
4: Working With LFOs
5: Extra Tips & Tricks