Logic’s Producer Kits are a fabulous way to get Logic’s Drummer sounding as good as possible in a mix. By default, they open up with individual channel strips in place for each kit piece, as well as a creative set of busses and aux routing for parallel and subgroup processing. They are populated with a variety of Logic’s internal plug-ins by default with approximate settings to get you started. And they sound pretty good as soon as you hit play.
But what happens if you use some third-party UAD plug-ins instead to beef up the sound and give the drums a unique tone and colour? In this free video tutorial/demo, brought to you with the support of Universal Audio we’ll find out, as a mix of several UAD plug-ins is used to bring out the best characteristics of Curtis playing a slightly customized version of the Neo Soul producer kit.