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    3-Hours of Logic Pro Tutorial-Videos. Stream the HD version of this tutorial from:

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    Learn the art of Drum & Bass production, using Logic! This tutorial is produced by D&B pioneer, Nigel Broad.

    In this new tutorial by veteran Drum & Bass producer Nigel Broad, you'll learn how a top selling composer/producer makes extraordinary dance music using Logic. Nigel is well known as one of the original innovators in the D&B scene. Having grown up in England and as executive producer and head of A&R for legendary D&B label Contagious Records, Nigel pioneered many of the techniques that give this pulsating music its legendary sound. And speaking of Contagious, this tutorial is sooo contagious that I not only watched it several times in a row I had to run to my studio to try out some of Nigel’s awesome Logic tricks!

    Drum and bass music has evolved into many different sub-genres over the years and Nigel's personal style has evolved too. In this tutorial, Confessions of a Drum and Bass Producer, he showcases a much more contemporary D&B sound; It’s more sophisticated, yet still contains essential elements of his early British dance chart hits.

    However there’s more to this tutorial besides its amazing content and that’s the utterly enjoyable experience of listening to Nigel who, like a friend, humorously reveals his treasure trove of production secrets.

    So welcome Nigel Broad to our NonLinear Educating family of trainers and experience this awesome 3-Hour tutorial showing the unique process of creating a Drum & Bass production in Logic.

    Table of contents:

    1. Introducing Nigel Broad
    2. Intro to the Course
    3. Kick-Start the Creative Process
    4. Getting Organized
    5. Setting Up Logic
    6. Organizing Loop and Sample Libraries
    7. Some Options for Creating a Beat
    8. Pro’s and Con’s of Using Drum Loops
    9. Finding the Right Tempo
    10. The Only Rule is “There is No Rules”
    11. Soft Synths vs. Hardware Synths
    12. A Word About “Option Overload”
    13. Laying Down a Bass Line
    14. Finding a Better Bass Sound
    15. Adding a Sequence Part
    16. Tweaking the Sequence
    17. Adding a Chord Pad?
    18. In Need of a Bridge
    19. Adding a Little “Icing”
    20. A Word About “Songwriter’s Block”
    21. Coming Back to the Track - Adding Another Part
    22. A 16 Bar Loop Is Not a Song!
    23. Extending Our 16 Bar Loop
    24. A Rough Arrangement
    25. We’ve Already Come a Long Way - Some Thoughts
    26. Time for a Vocal?
    27. Time to Ditch That Name?
    28. Packaging Up the Track for a Lyricist/Vocalist
    29. Working with a Lyricist/Vocalist
    30. Importing the Temp Vocal
    31. Finalizing our Arrangement
    32. Time to Ditch That Name, Finally!
    33. Recording a Lead and Background Vocal
    34. Back at Home Base, Importing the Vocals into Logic
    35. Organizing Vocal Takes and Tracks
    36. Taking a Break, an Overview of Where We Are
    37. Separating out the Drums
    38. Adding Fills and Variations
    39. Loop Slicing
    40. Editing and Arranging the Drums
    41. Creating “Key Kicks”
    42. Creating a Vocal Stutter
    43. Cleaning Up (Part 1)
    44. Cleaning Up (Part 2)
    45. Listening to the Rough Mix
    46. Bussing the Drums
    47. Bussing the Vocals
    48. Setting Up Sends
    49. Grouping the Vocals
    50. Mixing the Kick
    51. Mixing the Bass
    52. More Mixing
    53. Mixing the Vocals
    54. Mixing the Mallets
    55. Finishing Touches on the Drums
    56. Finishing Touches on the Vocals
    57. Finishing Touches
    58. Final Thoughts ...

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