The Guide to Band Mixing (‘Dreaming of You’ by The Coral) on Logic Pro X is a step by step guide to achieving a competent mix with school level recordings and performances.
Featuring the song “Dreaming of You’ by The Coral.
This tutorial is compatible with Logic Pro X and is a simple and engaging resources for both students and teachers.
The Guide to Band Mixing on Logic Pro X won’t win Grammys with the techniques I will show you, but you will be able to help your students get mixes that will pass the grade.
By understanding how to use just 5 or 6 audio plugins you can get the results you need and help your students gain confidence in their ability to produce and mix live recordings.
You start the tutorial by opening a FLAT Mix with zero processing or editing and then follow the clear instructions given in the notes section for each instrument.
There are also short video tutorials that go into more details for the most used plugins and editing techniques.
The tutorial is a great introduction to multitrack recording coursework for students of A Level Music Technology, BTEC and GCSE
Watch the Band Mixing on Logic Pro – Introduction & Drums Video Below to get a taste of what the tutorial is about
‘Thor’s feedback mixing session was extremely insightful and helped give me a clearer picture of how to improve my student’s coursework. He was friendly, very in depth and was able to provide useful answers to all the questions I had. I would 100% recommend his services to anyone looking to improve their mixing skills.’
Miss O Ogunjobi – West London Free School
‘After 10+ years of teaching this course, I still find mixing to be a challenging topic and I’m guessing other people do too so I want to recommend this amazing new mixing resource from Music Tech Guru!
With this resource, you have multiple options to engage your students. You can assign it as an independent task, where they can watch instructional videos and follow along in the logic project. Alternatively, you can guide them step-by-step, demonstrating what to do with each track and then allow them to experiment individually or in pairs.
In my classes, we tackle one aspect at a time, starting with the kick in the first lesson, then lesson 2 moving on to the snare and more in short bursts of focused listening.‘
Mr Stephen Jackman, Head of Curriculum Music
Shrewsbury International School Bangkok