What's in the collection?
Chapters 1-6 > cover the basics of getting to grips with your remix: setting up the Logic project, finding the track tempo and key, and time-stretching track stems.
Chapters 7-10 > build the rhythm: lay down a basic drum patterns using the arrange window and Ultrabeat, mix and process your drums, add creative groove elements using samples and learn to create your own Apple Loops.
Chapters 11-13 > rock your bassline: consider the four types of bassline (on-beat, 1/8 note, sustained and melodic), bassline patches, layering and processing, as well as how to record your own live bassline into Logic.
Chapter 14 & 29 > keep your project organised: name your track and regions, colour-code the arrangement and group audio tracks in preparation for the final mix.
Chapters 15-17 > get musical: learn how to build lead lines and chords for your remix, add musical accents and utilise plug-ins from EQ and distortion to compressor and bit-crusher.
Chapters 18-19 > add energy and excitement into the mix: reverse reverbs, sweep FX, sidechaining, a dedicated delay track and bounce down your effects.
Chapters 20-28 > the arrangement: consider radio and extended edits, create grouped tracks, tackle vocal arrangement and finishing touches and more.
Chapters 30-38 > finishing the mix: understanding the loudness of your mix, processing the master bus in- and out-side the box, send FX, mixing the drums, bass, vocals and musical elements.
Chapters 39-40 > automation to keep the mix dynamic: touch and latch automation, using a control surface for automation and bouncing it to audio.
Chapters 41-42 > bouncing the track: printing the final passes (main pass, vocal up and down, instrumental, acapella, radio edit).