Since we're going to premiere BPC Live Lounge on YouTube in a few days, I decided to mix the band's performance again because I felt I could do a much better job.
I discovered a mind-blowing mixing technique where Logic Pro can analyse an audio track for transients and then transform them into MIDI which can then trigger a sample of your choice. I used this technique when mixing the drums by layering a high-frequency snare on top of the recorded snare to make it snap through the rest of the mix more, and completely replacing the kick drum. The result sounds incredibly natural because the MIDI includes the timing of each transient but also the velocity which in turn can trigger a different sample of the same instrument being played at different levels of intensity, matching the original recording I made perfectly.
I was blown away when I found out about this technique because an EQ can't boost something that wasn't there in the first place, but if the mix needs something there, I can actually do something about this now by using this technique.