Hey! Today’s post is gonna be short, sweet, and to the point.
For the last several months I’ve been posting about one of my favorite things ever – Logic Pro X.
But the thing is, it hasn’t been here on the Brass Palace website.
It’s been somewhere else entirely.
You see, for a while now I’ve been debating what exactly the Brass Palace website is about. Is it:
- A recording and mixing blog?
- A Logic blog? or –
- A studio portfolio?
And it was really starting to weigh on me!
Though I love recording and mixing, it started to feel like a chore to write about.
But Logic is something I can’t help but geek out about! And for a while I thought about starting a new blog totally focused on Logic.
So after a lot of hemming and hawing, I did just that.
What direction felt right? And which direction would help people most?
And after several months, it’s become pretty clear.
So today I want to officially announce that new blog – Why Logic Pro Rules.
Why ‘Why Logic Pro Rules?’
In my humble opinion, Logic Pro X is the best DAW on the market.
I mean look at it!
The graphics are impeccable. The key commands are logical. And the editing features like Flex Time and Pitch are magical.
Hell, instruments like Alchemy and Drummer are life changing!
But I’ve always felt that us Logic users were a bit on our own.
Apple makes fantastic hardware and a killer DAW. But it’s always felt like we’ve been missing a central hub for our community.
Tons of producers and musicians use Logic. But it always seems like it’s treated like a second rate DAW.
So I started Why Logic Pro Rules for 2 reasons:
- To help new Logic users get the most they can out of Logic, and
- To give us Logic users a place to rally around the best DAW ever
And that’s what’s been going on!
Every week, I post a new blog post to help you get the most you can out of Logic Pro X. Posts have ranged from:
- Flex Time Not Working? 3 Common Issues & How to Solve Them
- The 10 Logic Pro X Key Commands That Will Rock Your Workflow
- Why Drummer in Logic Pro X is the Best Thing to Happen to Your Life
And friends just like you email in with their questions about Logic. Which has directly inspired blog posts like the ones above.
So if you’re as much of a Logic fan as I am, I think you’ll love Why Logic Pro Rules.
What About Brass Palace Recording?
Brass Palace Recording is here to stay.
But BP is going to be more of a portfolio site for my mixing and producing work. Which means today’s blog post will be the last one for a while.
If you’ve been a reader for a while, or are brand new to the site, I want to thank you for visiting. I do hope this blog has helped your recording and mixing.
I’m always available to mix, produce, or consult. If you have any questions about recording or mixing, I’m always happy to help.
And if you want to learn how to get the most out of Apple’s Logic Pro X, subscribe to Why Logic Pro Rules.
It’s gonna be fun 🙂