Reverb is notoriously difficult to remove so this topic is a common consideration.If you’ve been using creative effects on your tracks, most of the time these should stay.
Logic’s new “Alternatives” feature allows you to save a version of the track inside the same project.
Save a new “Alternative” before you begin and call it “Stem Prep.” This way you can do any of the steps below without worrying that you’ve damaged the original project.
From Logic’s File menu select Alternatives, then New Alternative.
Today, any creative person with a relatively fast Mac or PC can release their own music.
Everything from the first chord that inspired the song, to the final mastering can be done on your computer.
Should you mix your own music just because you can?The problem with this is when you’ve spent a month—or more—composing, arranging, and producing a track, it’s hard to step away and see the big picture…this is what a good mixing engineer can do for you.In this article I’ll be showing you how to prepare stems in Logic Pro X so they can be sent to a mixing/re-mixing engineer without losing anything in the process.The first step should really be the consultation with the mixing engineer.This is where you have your chance to express how you’d like the mix to sound, and talk about what effects on each of the tracks should stay or go.