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    LOGIC NOTES

    How to match your song's tempo automatically to that of a sampled loop

    Tweak the levels of individual sounds in a stereo mix, and learn how to match your song's tempo automatically to that of a sampled loop. Plus, the usual fistful of handy tips, including some ways to make your life easier using Logic's colouring options.

    Techniques Oct 2001
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    Automate Plug-in parameters

    Advice on how to best automate your plug-in parameters, as well as tips for lightening-fast comping and a power-user trick for simulating double-tracking using Autotune.

    Techniques Sep 2001
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    Hyper Draw Function; Diagnose and Solve MIDI Routing Problems

    Environment tricks and techniques to help diagnose and solve MIDI routing problems, plus tips on splitting stereo audio files and getting started with Logic's powerful Hyper Draw function that allows you to graphically enter and manipulate control data.

    Techniques Aug 2001
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    Compression Techniques

    This month, we show you a powerful compression technique available in Logic, as well as describing a workaround which increases the bank range of your Multi Instruments. Also, there are instructions on how to control a large range of Logic's parameters in real time from your MIDI master keyboard's mod wheel.

    Techniques Jul 2001
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    Logic: Correct Timings Of Multitrack Drum Recordings

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    This month we show you, step by step, how to correct the timing of multitrack drum recordings using the powerful editing capabilities of Logic, as well as showing you how to make the most of your audio storage space.

    Techniques Jun 2001
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    How To Fix Vocal Tuning; Logic Upgrade; EXS24

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    This month we look at how to fix vocal tuning and timing, as well as showing how the recent Logic v4.7 upgrade improves working with Emagic's EXS24 virtual sampler.

    Techniques May 2001
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    Logic: Touch Tracks

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    We look at the creative potential of Logic's Touch Tracks feature and the corrective potential of the audio fade-in, as well as showing you what 'solo safe' is and why you need it.

    Techniques Apr 2001
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    Comp Performances

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    This month, we see how best to comp performances within Logic, and we also show you a neat trick for finding new guitar fingerings.

    Techniques Mar 2001
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    Using Folders & Screensets

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    This month, we look at using folders and screensets, as well as showing the Score window needn't be a no-go area for guitarists.

    Techniques Feb 2001
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    Transform Window

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    Logic's Transform window is often under-used, due to its apparent complexity. John Walden explains all.

    Techniques Jan 2001
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    Customising Multi Instruments

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    Paul White looks at how to customise Multi Instruments for a faster and more creative sequencing experience.

    Techniques Dec 2000
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    Arpeggiator Tips

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    In the first of our new regular software columns based on the leading sequencer packages, Paul White gets Logic Notes off to a flying start with some invaluable hints and tips.

    Techniques Nov 2000
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    Using Key Commands In Emagic's Logic

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    Computer-based MIDI + Audio sequencers have been popular for several years now, but some people have never been entirely happy using a digital rodent to control their main recording hardware. John Walden looks for ways out of the mouse trap by using key commands in Emagic's Logic.

    Techniques Jun 2000
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    Minimising MIDI & Audio Timing Problems In Computer Sequencers

    Tips & Tricks

    Although MIDI + Audio sequencing packages on both Mac and PC are becoming ever more powerful, 'the timing was tighter on my Atari' is still a common complaint. Paul White looks at ways of tightening it up, with additional PC information by Martin Walker.

    Techniques Mar 2000
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    Using Sample Loops With Logic Audio

    Tips & Techniques

    Paul White and Paul Joyner explain how to import samples directly to your Mac from an audio CD with Logic Audio — a technique which can be adapted for use with most popular MIDI + Audio sequencers.

    Techniques Feb 1999

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