Logic Pro 9 Tutorial: How to Make Wider, Fuller Sounds


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In this video I explain how to take some basic instruments in Logic Pro 9 and make them sound a lot richer, fuller, and wider. You can also apply the same principles to other 3rd party plugins, as well as the native plugins in Fruity Loops, Ableton Live, Cubase, etc. Just remember to be creative, experiment, and have fun 🙂

Also, keep in mind that there are numerous ways to make sounds wider; I just shared one particular way that I like doing it 🙂

P.S. Voiceover should be better this time – my room has a bunch of new acoustic sound absorption panels now… makes a difference hey!


Software: Logic Pro 9
Audio Recorder: Tascam DR-07
Screen capture software: Quicktime (sorry…)


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