A collection of Channel Strip Presets built completely only Logic Pro X's instruments and audio effects.
The instruments are emulations of the Fender Rhodes and Wurlitzer keyboards, the Hammond B3 organ,
and various classic synthesizers.
All instruments are then processed by classic compressors and/or amplifiers, or other interal Logic Pro X audio effects.
To open, you can double-click each preset and save it to your user presets, or simply copy all files to this folder:
Macintosh HD/Users/(yourFolder'sName)/Music/Audio Music Apps/Channel Strip Settings/Instrument
Download here.April 6, 2018
This a collection of drums loops I put together from a session I did with Jack Given, of bands Friendless Summer and Gravedodger. They were recored and mixed at 44.1 kHz, in stereo. BPM is listed in the title of each track. Recording was done at CCRMA, Stanford on August 22nd, 2017. Editing, processing, and mixing was done in Ableton Live 9.7 and Logic Pro X 10.3.2. The mics used are as follows:
Snare - Josephson C42
Kick - Electro-Voice N/D868
Overheads - Share KSM-141 pair
Meat - Electro-Voice RE-20s
Room - Neumann TLM-193
Download here.September 8, 2017
These are recordings of myself playing tenor saxophone on August 22, 2017. They were recorded with a stereo pair of Shure KSM-141 microphones through an Apollo Twin. I was a little rusty at this point, but I think there are still some good sounds.
Download here.August 22, 2017
I built these racks awhile ago to help me create chords I might not have played on my own. They work really nicely with an Arpeggiator!
Download here.June 5, 2017
These are recordings of myself playing tenor saxophone sometime in May, 2017. They were recorded with a stereo pair of Shure KSM-141 microphones through an Apollo Twin.
Download here.May 10, 2017