Logic Pro X

Use Logic’s built-in multi-ef­fect to trans­form your key­board parts

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•en­hance your sounds with the Phat FX plugin

Logic’s Phat FX plugin, in its most ba­sic guise, is a sort of sonic ‘make-it-sound-bet­ter-izer’ that uses en­hanced low-end com­pres­sion, fil­ter­ing and dis­tor­tion ef­fects to make ev­ery­thing from drums to bass and guitar to vo­cals sound warmer, rounder and more char­ac­ter­ful. How­ever, its built-in fil­ters, mod­u­la­tors and en­ve­lope fol­lower also make it able to cre­ate wacky ef­fects per­fect for trans­form­ing staid, block chords into some­thing more in­ter­est­ing. In this tu­to­rial we’re go­ing to use it to trans­form a set of four bor­ing pi­ano chords into some­thing to­tally dif­fer­ent. To fol­low along with the steps you’ll first need to down­load the au­dio file ‘Phat Pi­ano.aif’ from File­silo and drag it onto an au­dio track in an empty Logic project at 120bpm.

Logic’s Phat FX plugin can be used to make any in­stru­ment or vo­cal track sound warmer

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