Olav Basoski’s electronic music and production techniques are legendary. If you want to know how he does it, check out his Power Tools and Tips and learn how to harness the insane power of Logic Pro X!
Few electronic music producers have achieved the ultimate synthesizer-driven dance sound that Olav Basoski has. Behind every one of his dance music tracks are a ton of very important technical production skills that Olav brings to his productions. This is how he elevates his music to the level of instant classics! So, how does he actually do it? Find out in this 33-tutorial course!
Based upon his previous Electronica Workflow Tricks, this new course explores those same techniques in the Logic Pro X environment. You learn the secrets of Logic’s surgical EQ and see how to deploy Logic’s magical Marquee tool to do all kinds of time-saving functions. Olav then explains Logic’s array of compressors and how you can apply them, in many different ways, to add clarity and fatness to your tracks.
From there, he dives into his workflow, dishing up some super cool, yet simple techniques you can use to build and arrange your tracks. Next up are some Track Stack tips, Bouncing best practices and advanced Compression techniques to get your production slamming at peak performance.
So join Olav in this incredible, freshly updated Logic Pro X Power Tools and Tips adventure!
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Cosmkcomik wrote on November 5, 2017
Olav has given a comprehensive set of tips to enhance anyone's workflow to make it faster, simpler, and economic.His explanations are simple, concise, and easy to grasp with his examples, I'll be coming back to this again and again when I need to review and use a certain tip for my projects.
jorge wrote on March 23, 2016
Olav's tutorial are always top notch. he has deep knowledge of logic and live, therefore he can point us out the strengths and weaknesses of each software.
Sami wrote on January 7, 2016
Thank you for all these great tips & tricks!
Excellent wrote on November 9, 2015
In the course of my watching these tutorials I'd heard of some of these short cuts/key commands mentioned, it was great to go through them here and sort it all out. Many notes taken, but requires actual work on keyboard to engrain them into my tiny brain! Well done.
While I think of it, is there a way to take automation that's been created and invert it? For example, if you've carved out automation on a track (delay, vol, etc.) and then want to apply the opposite controls on another track. Say I load on the pan nodes I've created on a second track: could i then select them all and just drag and invert them to the levels I want? I don't think you can do this even in PT...
harry martin wrote on September 22, 2015
could not stop watching - this was sensational - not a second of time wasted - Olav should teach others how to do software tuts, he's amazing. give us more Olav please.
Hyndi wrote on June 21, 2015
Some really useful tips from one of my favorite house producers. I am already putting to use a few things I picked up in this course. Good stuff.
Paul wrote on January 29, 2015
Excellent Logic Pro X workflow course by Olav Basoski. I love all Olav's tutorials, he really knows his stuff.
Keith_UK wrote on November 10, 2014
Being fairly new to EDM (yes really) i wasn't aware that Olav was pretty famous in certain circles - so its really nice to learn from someone who has 'been there and done that' - so to speak. His Logic Pro X tips are great - though if you have watched his other courses some will already be quite familiar !! Lots of new stuff on offer too though - and some particularly nice pre-set up tips and very cool compression stuff too !! Keep 'em coming Olav !! :-)
Ken wrote on November 5, 2014
Awesome! Great course. Began to see how it can be, for me, Photoshop for music. I know Ps. It's the same thing, but with sound. NOW, I understand. Many thanks! Will end up watching these multiple times.
District Sound Lab wrote on October 20, 2014
Great! One of my favorites. All over the map, and all useful. Just a bunch of useful tips. I learned a lot!