Ah yes, i remember those days very well!
It's a bit
of a shock to change over but it is very worth it in the end.
in Logic is easy, you can continue to do what you are doing in Cubase by just dropping the
single hits onto different audio channels in Logic and processing them using the plugins
etc on each channel.
The more professional and better managed way is to load
you samples into the EXS24 sampler that comes with Logic.
Say you have a 4 hits
in your drum groove, all you do it make a new instrument in the EXS24, load in your 4
samples and map them to different notes on the keyboard.
Once you have saved
your instrument you can load up that program on 4 separate 'Audio Instrument' tracks. Then
you can program all your 4 drum hits on separate channels using MIDI and it'll be
triggering the audio samples in the EXS24.
This way you can very easily adjust
your drum groove at any time by editing the MIDI date, plus you can change tempo at any
time with no hiccups and the sounds are still going through and audio channel so you can
treat them in the same way as all your other audio, plugins, routing to Bus' etc.
Hope that helps, you will pick up Logic pretty easily after the initial shock of the
change, but I would guess it would take you about 3 - 6 months to properly feel
comfortable with the new system. You'll be happier in the end though.
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