Posts filed under Logic Pro X

Journey Church Band - The Orange EP

The time has come again! The Journey Church Band releases their 4th EP this weekend! We've dubbed this EP the Orange EP. It boasts 5 songs this year (previous years only had 4) that were recorded through out the year at our Weekend Gatherings. These songs have been some of the most powerful and meaningful songs throughout 2016.

Midas M32 and Waves MultiRack Native

This post is dedicated to all of you looking to get the most out of your Midas M32 (or Behringer X32), those who are tired scrolling through forums trying to figure out if Waves MultiRack is worth it, and those wondering how to implement MultiRack.

Journey Church Band | Live 2013 EP

Constellation Studios is proud to announce the completion of a live EP for Journey Church in Bozeman, MT. This project was one with some interesting hurtles that make it noteworthy for it's own post. My hope in sharing this experience is for those who find themselves interested in live music recording & mixing. 

Posted on September 5, 2013 and filed under All Posts, Logic Pro X, Original, Live Recording, Mixing, Mastering.

Logic Pro X Review - A Mix Engineer's Perspective

The day has finally come.

For over four years the music industry has been eagerly awaiting the release of the next major version of Apple's pro audio editing platform - Logic Pro. The curtain has finally been pulled back and Logic Pro X is finally in our hands. I'm sure as the weeks and months progress there will be plenty of reviews, critiques, praises, and complaints about the new software. I'd like to add my small voice to the chorus and give an in-depth look at Logic Pro X from a mix engineer's perspective. With that in mind, let's dive in...

Posted on August 18, 2013 and filed under All Posts, Original, Picture, Review, Logic Pro X.