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Analog Summing: Logic Session Setup

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This video is an add-on to our Hybrid Digital/Analog Mixing video and show you how to prepare your Logic Session for Analog Summing

A Logic session with an analog summing setup template is available in the attached zip file.

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Fab Dupont

Fab Dupont is a Grammy winning NYC based record producer, mixing/mastering engineer and co-founder of pureMix.net.

Fab has been playing, writing, producing and mixing music both live and in studios all over the world. He's worked in cities like Paris, Boston, Brussels, Stockholm, London and New York just to name a few.

He has his own studio called FLUX Studios in the East Village of New York City.

Fab has been nominated for Grammys 6 times, including two Latin Grammys and has received many other accolades around the world, including Victoires de la Musique, South African Music awards, Pan African Music Awards and US independent music awards.

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midimike
2015 Mar 27
@muratb: It is so the PLC(Plugin Latenct Compensation) will keep your stems up lined nicely. If you don't go through the busses first each stem would be out of time in relation to plugins with different overall latencies on different busses. Going through the busses first lets Logic calculate to make sure all your stems leave your D to A converters at the same time.
mikeyed
2014 Oct 22
This was so informative, I'm using Logic 8 and never clearly understand the Buss, just by watching it went home. Thanks so much Fab and you crew. Trinidad and Tobago. Mikey.
eike_ebbel
2014 Oct 16
Can anyone comment on hubecottons question? I have the same problem with my apogee symphony i/o 8x8 and my dbox. I would like to choose the spdif outs of the symphony but the outs seem to be connected to the "stereo output" of logic, which is Output 1&2. So i would like to assign the Print Track to 9&10 which should be spdif out and hit the DAW button on my dbox but then I can hear nothing. What am I Doping wrong?
le 46a
2014 Apr 28
I have an 8 outputs converter (an Apogee Ensemble). If I use the 8 outputs for four stems, what output I use for my new stereo PRINT track? J'ai une interface de 8 sorties. (Si j'utilise les 8 sorties pour 4 stems, quelle sortie dois-je utiliser pour la nouvelle piste PRINT?) Thanks!
onlinesessions
2014 Mar 25
great video!
Electronic
2014 Mar 25
Not bad for a free video.
Fabulous Fab
2013 Dec 10
@jedlaud: yes, reverb delays, sfx, anyting that is sauce.
jedlaud
2013 Dec 09
Thank you, i want to know, the FX STEM is for the reverbs?
bradleym
2013 Sep 20
Thank you, it's much appreciated!
DrTom
2013 Apr 20
Wow - so many great tips in under 8 minutes! Thanks!!!
kwamek
2013 Jan 21
Please leave a comment about the video. For personal inquiry and private counseling please post a message on the forum.
qwadjo
2012 Oct 11
think u
muratb
2012 May 31
Nice free tutorial. Thanks. I'd like to know, why to use busses instead of routing the tracks directly to the outputs.
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