White sweep noises
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    Hi, I just purchased the Logic Pro X, and trying to learn it step to step as this is my first time making music.
    I was wondering where I could get sidechained sweeps? Not the up/downlifter-kindasweep but the ones that are like side chained? Ive noticed that Avicii use them a lot and it sounds great.

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    Create a white noise riff and then side chain it... It should let the kicks come in between the noise making it sound good and on beat.

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    On your kick (or whatever signal you want to side chain) add an aux send (pre fader) to a bus track. Then you can either use that channel in some of the synths as a modulation parameter. Or add a compressor to the synth track and select the bus on the compressor. Then you just lower the compressor threshold until you start hearing that pumping/ducking noise with the kickl.

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    also remember to add a sausage fattener to the white noise sweep. It makes the sidechain duck better.
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    just make some music

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