Logic’s Pitch Correction plugin. Is it too simple?

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I love Logic. It comes with everything. From synths to samplers to loops to drum machines to a ton of plugins. One of it’s best, and I’ll assume underutilized, is its plugin for Pitch Correction. If you’re confused by this tools ultra simple interface you are not alone.

That’s so simple it just might work!

The  plugin interface is so simple that I thought it can’t possibly be a “real” pitch correction tool. When I first opened it I wasn’t sure what to make of it. It has a piano keyboard layout, a couple of buttons and that’s it. So I of course headed over to YouTube to try and find a video about it and discovered that the guys over at Gearwire created a great six minute tutorial that outlines the plugin nicely.

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They also have a bunch of other great videos on subjects like Reason, Pro Tools, techniques like side-chaining and other plugins. Looks like they also do man-on-the street type of interviews as well. That’s kind of interesting. I’ll have to check one of those out.

I hope you get some use out of this tutorial. I know I did. The Pitch Correction plugin makes a lot more sense to me now.

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