Logic Pro X Tutorial: New Features – Mixing a Song Using ‘Track Stacks’

September 25, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

In this Logic Pro X video tutorial, Bill Lee explores Logic’s new Track Stacks function for mixing a song.

In this video we will explore the use of Track Stacks in the Logic X mixing workflow. Mixing a song with many instruments can get complicated and sometimes hard to manage. Track Stacks can help simplify the mix process by grouping, submixing and simplifying the visual representation of your musical parts. This is especially useful when you have many tracks of a similar type, like percussion and background vocals. This is also useful on software instrument tracks as you can see in Matt Shadetek’s latest video tutorial, Using Track Stacks for Big Layered Synths. Once you have combined multiple tracks into a Track Stack, you can then process or automate the Stack as a submix. This feature is one for every Logic user to be familiar with. Check it out! – Bill Lee

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