Progressive House Music Production with Logic Pro
Learn how to produce a Progressive House music tune following my step by step instructions where we will start with a blank project and work our way through the stages of completing a tune. I will also provide information about what to do once your track is complete.
Essential production techniques for Progressive House
Mixing elements for balance
EQing elements for space
Fast arrangement technique
Chord progression patterns
Vocal sample placement
Sound design for sound effects
Everything you need to take your music to the next level
We will start from a blank slate and guide you as we create a Progressive House tune together. Learn how to organize your projects to work more efficiently, create a balanced sound through panning and EQing, layer samples for a more interesting effect, create your own sound effects using Logic’s ES2 and speed up your arrangement process with simple tips.
Content and Overview
If you’re new to music production or just need more information on how a progressive house tune is constructed, then this course is for you. I designed this course for beginners to easily understand the concepts of music production.
We’ll cover basic mixing techniques to get your tune to sound balanced, use Logic’s effects such as EQ, Modulation, and Delay to create space in your mix as well as go over creating your chord progressions and patterns.
Included in this course is a completed Logic Pro project file complete with all of the sample files as well as 5 additional chord progressions for you to use and learn from.
Organizing Your Project
Chord Progressions and Melodic Elements
Sidechain and Sound Effects
Putting it all together
Once Your Song is Complete
Resource Files information
The progtune.zip file contains the full project file along with all of the midi files and samples. The Presets.zip file contains the presets needed for the Chord Progression, Bass, Arpeggio, Pads and Whitenoise used in ES1 and ES2. The only preset needed for ES1 is the Mbase_Bass.pst file.