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!


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

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Juanvizo
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Thank You !

Andrew de la Hunt-James
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Good one mate – thanks for the time!

LusiD
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OMG Skrillex! :0

Rafael Garcia
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can you apply this technic with real instruments? if so what plugins should I use?

SyllixMusic
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I don't see why not – experimentation is the name of the game. Maybe give sculpture a try?

SyllixMusic
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Um, I'm actually his long lost cousin…

Rafael Garcia
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I DONT THINK I HAVE SCULPTURE. ANY OTHER PLUGIN?

SyllixMusic
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Sculpture is a plugin that comes with Logic. Just apply the same techniques to the stock plugins in your DAW or 3rd party plugins you have. The fundamental idea is still the same.

Giancarlo Cordon
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pretty cool vid bro… I liked how at the end you're like "and now, I'm going to play something I put together that sounds NOTHING like what I just taught you, but enjoy!" LOL!!

great tips!

Lushvox
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great tutorial thanks

8o8inSquares
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That's pretty cool, and the melodies also

Miles Dolding
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Syllix, no relation to Skrillex.

Juri Han
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What does transposing in one direction and then tuning back the other way do? Doesn't that cancel out the transpose? Or is there some aspect of that plug-in you're using that I'm not understanding? I noticed the two by themselves had a bit of a difference in timbre, so.

Alex Gærtner
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Dear Syllix I wondered how one would make a really big-room piano synth like Arty or Axwell? I tried a lot of layering (eq'ing the layer to make them fit) and the directional mixing and even then it left a LOT of space in the mix. It was a very wide and hollow sound. 

Alex Gærtner
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I want that Celtic Harp to be my ring tone. 

mark andre augustus
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very useful thanks

joseph dayon
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I needed this. 

ojgom17
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how the hell can i do this in fl studio lol

ojgom17
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are tune and transpose the same?

Kintech
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Thank you so much

Sean Keough
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thanks so much for this

Marina Serra
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thank you!

isobelle-jane Letters
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How do u create orchestral stabs of a james bond sound

Jorge P
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Great stuff!

Ben Sharvit
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Very structured the way you taught it, I liked the way you kept playing to remind us about how it sounds, one little tip, to explain more and go into more depth about why it's good to change the "fine" modulation and "tune" button -4 cents up or down, would really like to know! Thanks! Great video tutorial!

THE VINNER
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you don't have to show everything 5 times

Trikloe
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The walmart version of skrillex

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