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Logic 9 Logic Plugin Question

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by asimmd, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. asimmd

    asimmd Member

    Can I use Logic's plugin's in real time?

    I currently use Guitar into M-Audio Profire 610 Interface -into Sonar - into PSP 608 Multiecho plugin - Waves GTR3.5 - Compressor.

    Can I use this chain in Logic,and use Logic's plugin Echo and Compressor in real time while monitoring my playing through phones?

    Hope I have explained that correctly.


  3. georgelegeriii

    georgelegeriii Senior member

    Yes you can. There are 2 ways you can do this:

    1) Use the inserts on the record track you are using to add the FX you want to hear while recording. These will only be used while monitoring and not be recorded.

    2) Make a new input track in the environment, set it to the inputs you use in your audio interface (say input 1 where your guitar is coming into your system), and then repeat the exact same process of adding the FX you want into the inserts. This will result in the FX being recorded WITH your track permanently.

    Hope this makes sense... some people have no real idea abut recording technique and don't understand what a buss or aux or insert are...
  4. asimmd

    asimmd Member

    Thank you George legeriii

    Yes,it makes sense,I just hope I can remember it when my Mac Mini arrives,probably
    in another week or so.

  5. Atlas

    Atlas Senior member

    Just to tease you: try these! You will have lots of fun, guaranteed!!
  6. asimmd

    asimmd Member

    Hi Atlas

    Well you certainly managed to tease me.

    I am looking forward to the Echo and Amp designer,I love the early Vox AC30 Simulations in other programmes,but I am told that the Logic emulation is excellent,as it their Multi Tap echo.


  7. Atlas

    Atlas Senior member

    If you are looking for something wicked, give yourself a ride on the RingShifter! :cool: Groovy!

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