Logic's Delay and Reverb plugins are some of the most essential plugins in the Logic Pro library. Joe Albano is here with this course to explain and explore all of them. Watch this course and get learning...
This course, by Logic Pro expert Joe Albano, is all about Logic's amazing array of time-based plugins. All the various delays and reverbs have their own interfaces, algorithms and intricacies which Joe explains and demonstrates. You see how they work, why they sound the way they do and how to best use them as you track, mix and master!
Why does the Tape Delay sound so different than the Stereo Delay. What's the difference between Space Designer, the classic SilverVerb and the new ChromaVerb? What is convolution reverb and what makes it the "go-to" reverb in certain audio situations. All these questions and more are answered in this 12-tutorial course.
So don't wait! Join engineer Joe Albano without "delay"... and get the inside info on Logic Pro X's Delay and Reverb plugins!
Although this is a review for the Delay & Reverb Plug-Ins series, it's also a kind of general endorsement for Joe Albano. It is a privilege to take Joe's courses. He has clearly invested a lot of time in preparing them. They are meticulously designed and I get the impression that he has really thought long and hard about how to explain things in a way that is as direct as possible, so there must have been a lot of editing and proofreading in the process of creating these series on the Logic plug-ins. I haven't found any better series on Logic's plug-ins than those done by Joe - and I've looked! I just think they are absolutely fabulous value for money given the care that has gone into their creation.
However, perhaps because so much time has gone into their creation, the courses do require your full attention. The language used is at times more like written than spoken language - but because you are listening, not reading, you need to pay extra careful attention. Personally, I take careful notes.
You can gain so much from these videos if you approach them with the desire to learn and a good night's sleep behind you :-)