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Logic® Pro 8 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Kevin Anker, Orren Merton

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Chapter 11. Mixing in Logic

Whenever you have more than one track in your DAW, you will have to mix together the different tracks you have so that you can hear all the various tracks out of the same set of speakers or headphones. The simplest form of mixing is when you simply sum (in other words, add the different audio streams of) all of your audio to the same outputs so all your different tracks play from the same speakers. For example, you could take a song with material on 16 different audio channels and combine them into a single stereo output so you can listen to all 16 channels through your stereo monitors. After doing this, your audio has been mixed together. However, mixing music is far more of an art than simply that. You can adjust ...

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