Tutorial: Making a Track in Logic X

Producer and PB instructor Rob Rox looks at creating a track, starting with templates.
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CREATING TEMPLATES

In regards to setting up your DAW and the tools used, every producer differs slightly from the next. Some start with a synth line, others drums, but most producers will find themselves gravitating towards the same set tools time and time again.

In the first of a new three-part series, Point Blank producer Rob Rox (Banks, Munk) looks at how to create your own templates in Logic Pro X including sidechain setups and signal chain settings. It's a way to streamline the production process and allow the creative juices to flow when the urge presents itself, rather than spending unneeded time setting up your DAW every time.

You can watch the video in full via the player above, with more on Point Blank's courses here.