Logic Pro X Plug-Ins: Compressor, Limiter and Other Dynamic Tools – dummies
Using Logic Pro X to control the dynamics of your overall mix as well as individual instruments is a crucial fundamental of mixing. Logic Pro’s compressor is your main tool for controlling dynamics as well as for effect. Compressors work well on individual sounds, groups of instruments or sounds, and even the entire mix. There are many types of dynamic control, include limiting, multiband compression, de-essing, gating, envelope shaping, side chaining, and parallel compression. Here, you learn how to use the dynamics tools of Logic Pro to create powerful and interesting mixes.
from Graham English – always good to have a short intro to the complex topic of compressors.
Control Multiple Instruments on Different MIDI Channels – Logic Pro Help
Controlling multiple instruments on different MIDI channels in Logic is easy, and it does not require you to ever open the environment! It also allows you to record different controller keyboards on different software instrument or external MIDI tracks. Whether you’re trying to use an external sequencer (like an MPC 2000, or even another computer running Logic) to trigger instruments within Logic, or whether you’re simply trying to play different instruments using different MIDI controllers, read on.
Logic Pro 9 User Manual: Using the Sample Editor’s “Time and Pitch Machine”
Using the Sample Editor’s “Time and Pitch Machine”
You can use the “Time and Pitch Machine” to radically alter the time structure of audio files, including time compression or expansion, and pitch transposition. When changing the pitch, you can also correct any alteration of the formants—the vocal characteristics of the pitch-shifted audio. Pitch shifting without formant correction causes a phenomenon commonly known as the Mickey Mouse effect.
In the “Time and Pitch Machine,” time and pitch functions can be carried out together, or can be performed independently of one another.
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Capturing MIDI Controller Automation After Recording MIDI In Logic Pro | Logic Pro
Once you’ve captured your primary performance, it’s not uncommon to want to add some MIDI continuous controller message to enhance the part. Maybe it’s via an expression pedal to add some CC 11 data for more refined dynamic movement. Perhaps you want to use some knobs or sliders on your keyboard controller to create some movement of one or more of the soft synth parameters you are triggering.
The esoterica of MIDI recording in the 21st Century.
Edit Multiple Tracks Simultaneously Using Groups In Logic Pro | Logic Pro
We received a question from a user that, happily, has an answer that is simple and easy to implement. Tone asked, ” Is there a way to lock two or more tracks together in Logic Pro so when I make an edit to one track, I will make the same edit on all the other linked tracks at the same time?”
handy tips from Eli Kratzenberg.