Have you ever coveted the real-time functions of Ableton's Live? In which case, you will be interested to know how you can simulate some aspects of Live in Logic using the Touch Tracks object?
Learn how to combine dynamics processing with delay and reverb to breathe life into your mixes.
Layering hardware sound modules to create new sounds is a simple matter, but things are not nearly as easy when you are working with virtual instruments in Logic. Here are a few useful workarounds...
Find out how to use the I/O plug-in within an Output Audio object, and also learn how Logic's improved plug-in delay compensation allows some powerful new mixing techniques.
The Aux object might seem a little arcane, but it's the key to a variety of useful Environment workarounds.
Learn how to set up Logic's Environment so that you can jam with other musicians in real time on a single system.
Although beat-slicing is something more immediately associated with programs like Propellerhead Recycle or Bitshift Audio Phatmatik Pro, Logic also has facilities to automatically chop up your loops.
This month we continue our advice on working to picture in Logic with tips on how to work around
your visual hit points.
This month we help you work with Logic Control, as well as offering advice on importing REX files.
We show how to create step-sequencer effects within Logic's MIDI editing windows. Plus practical tips to make your sessions more productive.
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