Virtual instruments can expand the versatility of your home studio and can even make your productions more interesting. They’re not only for electronic music genres- You can hear virtual instruments on many modern rock and country songs.
Rob Mayzes from Musician on a Mission has created this detailed tutorial for us about using virtual instruments in Logic Pro X. It’s also important to note that you don’t have to use just one DAW in your productions. Many Pro Tools (or other DAW) users also program virtual instruments in Logic, because of Logic’s workflow, ease of use and versatility. If you’re looking to add more sounds to your productions that aren’t from acoustic instruments that you recorded, this tutorial is what you’ve been looking for!
For an in-depth breakdown designed to help you get started with this powerful DAW, check out our Logic Pro X Tutorial.
If you are interested in learning even more about Logic Pro, you can get Rob’s 15 Hour course, Music Production in Logic Pro X right here.
Thank you ever so much for watching. Have a marvelous time recording and mixing,