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  • kiwicomposer
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    Joined: Mar 25th, 2009
    Logic Pro - Monitoring Setup
    I would be interested in seeing SteveH do a TNT or whatever tut on setting up monitoring routing in Logic. i.e. Say you have a band comprising of the following 1 Lead Vocal 3 Backing Vocals 1 Lead Guitar 1 Rhythm Guitar 1 Bass Guitar 1 Drummer 1 Keyboard/Synth player Each needs their out headphone output for recording Maybe - the Drummer needs click track and say lead vocals - Lead Vocals needs keyboard and lead guitar and drummer - Backing Vocals needs Keyboard, Lead Vocals and drummer - Bass needs Drummer and maybe vocals - Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Keyboard needs lead vocals, bass and drums. And obviously maybe a headphone (switch) option for the engineer to check each output as well as a everything combined one (over and above the main monitor out and obviously the 2-Bus... I don't see that anywhere.
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: Logic Pro - Monitoring Setup
    Hi Kiwicomposer, I wish I'd known a couple of weeks back... ;-) However, you might like to check out: "Creating Headphone Mixes" (Logic 303 TNT2 - Video 28 by Jonathan Perl) [url]http://www.macprovideo.com/tutorial/logic9303tnt2[/url] Hope that helps :) Rounik
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  • kiwicomposer
    Posts: 18
    Joined: Mar 25th, 2009
    Re: Logic Pro - Monitoring Setup
    Well no time like the present!! LOL I thought it was a good subject to do a tut on as I am sure everyone would like to learn the best way and maybe a few clever Tips N Tricks. Will check the older TNT.. Thanks for the hint. Steve
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: Logic Pro - Monitoring Setup
    Ha! I wish I'd known earlier because I just finished up recording a cameo for this month's TNT3 on a more tricky subject. Had I known your request... well, I would've considered doing this instead. But, I think the Jonathan Perl tutorial covers all the bases IMHO. Cheers for the suggestion and if you feel there's more scope for a Monitoring setup tutorial we could even cover it on the macProVideo Blog/Hub in the future: [url]http://www.macprovideo.com/blog/[/url] :-) Rounik
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