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Logic 9 Sound Designer

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by sbrady, Feb 3, 2016.

  1. sbrady

    sbrady New Member

    I am playing around with Sound Designer in Logic 9, I want to create a really old bad quality audio track, like bad 1920's LP. There is a transistor preset and that pretty much gives me what I am looking for..........but I want to edit the preset, any preset........nothing I do really changes the sound. There is wet/dry mix, and reverb blend but I would expect to see tons more knobs to turn, I don't.

    anyone help me with this. thanks.
  3. charlie

    charlie Senior member

    Well, I'm not sure how to create a 1920's sound in Logic, but I do know that izotope has just resurrected their famous old plug in Vinyl which can recreate the hissy, scratchy and distorted sounds of a 1920's recording... This along with some EQ and perhaps mono'ing of the content material might get you closer to what you're looking for. Oh and did I mention this plug in was FREE? yeah, a no-brainer to have in your arsenal.
  4. sbrady

    sbrady New Member

    what NOT Logic 9

    Plug-in host compatibility

    Pro Tools 10.3.10 - 12.4, Logic Pro X 10.2, Live 9.5, Cubase 8, REAPER 5, Digital Performer 9
  5. charlie

    charlie Senior member

    Sorry for the mis-leading link... I happen to have the old (free) 32bit version of this plug (which still works in L9...) I did not know this resurrected version was only working in the latest OSX with the latest Logic... That trend is one that pisses me off (I'm looking you, Waves...)
    Anyway, here is another plug that is similar from Plug & Mix... It's $40. Not expensive but not cheap either. I have it installed on my OSX.8.5 Mac in Logic 9 so I know it works.

    I would also recommend using Logic's own Filter type plugs. Even a ring-shift plug can yield some dirty/retro squawk from a signal.
    Mix that with this vinyl plug or something comparable and you might create something quite convincing. Good luck!

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