Logic Pro X Retro Synth – Create the Disclosure Running Synth
While the default ‘Analog’ view of the plugin suggests it’s a Minimoog inspired virtual analogue, three further panes reveal that the plugin actually contains four quite different synth modes.
Analog, Sync (which is similar to Analog but with the second oscillator synced),Table (which uses the wavetable concepts inspired by the PPG Wave) and FM mode (which is visually based on Yamaha DX series)
In this tutorial Crystal Fissured shows us the new Logic Pro X Retro Synth, and how to replicate the stabby synth Disclosure used for their remix of Jesse Ware’s ‘Running’.
Logic Pro X has more than just a new look, it gives you a more streamlined set of controls to keep things moving. Now you can personalise the Advanced Tools to match your creative workflow.
Logic Pro X is built around an elegant, single-window interface where editors, file browsers, toolbars and sound controls can be easily brought in and out of view as needed.
You can add tracks, select patches, browse and import audio, record, edit and automate the mix for hundreds of tracks, all from one central location, without managing multiple windows.
Logic Pro X is the most comprehensive re-design and update of the Logic platform to date, with hundreds of improvements, workflow enhancements, and additional synths, effects and mixer capabilities.
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