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Logic for Video Editors > Working with Surround Sound

Lesson 14. Working with Surround Sound

Lesson Files APTS_Logic_7 > Song Files > Lesson 14 Project Files > 14Begin.lso
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Time This lesson takes approximately 40 minutes to complete.
Goals Configure outputs for surround sound mixing
  Use the surround sound Pan control to assign tracks to speakers
  Control subwoofer sounds with the low-frequency effect channel
  Create a final surround mix


Have you ever noticed that when you watch a movie on a really big screen, you almost start to feel as though you are in the middle of the action? This happens because the screen is so large that it fills your entire field of vision. The screen doesn't need to extend behind you, because your eyes see only what's in front of you. Is that true for sound? Do you hear only what's in front of you? Of course not. So why do people typically listen to music played only through speakers sitting in front of them? These days they can put speakers around them and hear prerecorded sounds from all directions, as they hear other sounds. This is something that the movie industry has done for quite some time, and consumers have begun to follow suit, making surround sound home theater systems hugely popular.


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