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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.
Mike Senior at Cambridge Music Technology.
Snare-drum Multimiking: Four Recommended Microphone Positions To Mix & Match
In this video I demonstrate the sound of four different recommended microphone positions you might use when multimiking a snare drum, showcasing the sound characteristics of each mic position with audio examples. In addition, I discuss how you might go about combining them at mixdown.
His books – “Recording Secrets for the Small Studio” and “Mixing Secrets for the Small Studio” are excellent sources of information.
Recording Secrets For The Small Studio
Recording Secrets For The Small Studio is an intensive training course specifically designed for small-studio enthusiasts who want a fast track to release-quality results. Based on the backroom strategies of more than 200 famous names, this thorough and down-to-earth guide leads you through a logical sequence of practical tasks to build your live-room skills progressively from the ground up. On the way, you’ll unravel the mysteries of many specialist studio tactics and gain the confidence to tackle a full range of real-world recording situations. User-friendly explanations introduce technical concepts on a strictly need-to-know basis, while chapter summaries, assignments, and extensive online resources are perfect for school and college use.
Mixing Secrets For The Small Studio (2nd Edition)
Mixing Secrets For The Small Studio is a best-selling primer for small-studio enthusiasts who want chart-ready sonics in a hurry. Drawing on the back-room strategies of more than 160 famous names, this entertaining and down-to-earth guide leads you step-by-step through the entire mixing process. On the way, you’ll unravel the mysteries of every type of mix processing, from simple EQ and compression through to advanced spectral dynamics and ‘fairy dust’ effects. User-friendly explanations introduce technical concepts on a strictly need-to-know basis, while chapter summaries, assignments, and extensive on-line resources are perfect for school and college use.
16 Considerations for Naming New Instrument Presets — Pro Audio Files
It is human nature to categorize the world in order to make sense of things, and to perhaps mitigate the overwhelming variety that exists in all facets of our environment. Anyone that studies a subject in-depth will need to implement (and in some cases invent) logical ways to compartmentalize concepts in order to better understand the ideas, not only in isolation but as they relate to the larger body of knowledge. This process is not an easy one, and there can be pitfalls concerning things that fall into grey areas or potentially unique items that may not fit into any established category.
7 Tips for Getting the Most Out of One Microphone — Pro Audio Files
Can you imagine walking into a hardware store and asking the clerk, “which is the best tool?” I imagine a disaffected employee rolling their eyes, silently wondering when their next break is, and then distractedly telling you something like: “Screwdriver. The screwdriver is the best tool.” Then you’d go home to spend a few hours cursing that store clerk as you try, probably with very limited success, to cut a 2×4 with your new screwdriver.
Set Punch Locators by Cycle Locators
Set the Punch In and Punch Out locators to the values of the Cycle locators. Sets part of a track to be recorded (during playback) of the Cycle area.
The _magic_ of digital punch-in and punch-out is hard to estimate. Just play the little section over and over again, with a new recording each time, and then _comp_ the parts together? Unheard of…
Punch in and out of audio recordings in Logic Pro – Apple Support
Punch recording is a technique you can use to overwrite a portion of a previously recorded track, during playback, without touching any of the recording before or after that portion. You punch in to interrupt playback and make the recording, then punch out to return to playback mode. You can choose between two punch recording modes: Quick Punch-In mode and Autopunch mode.
5 Polar Patterns explained – easy to understand | LEWITT
It is essential to know polar patterns to get the perfect recording out of your microphone. Here you’ll learn everything you need to call yourself a pro.
Nice pictures describing coverage.
Zoom Meetings with OBS an iPhone and a green screen
With the Covid-19 situation in the spring of 2020, the University of Arizona, along with a lot of the country, sent us all home to work. Quickly our lives turned into hopping from Zoom meeting to Zoom meeting, with the oddball Teams, Slack, Skype, WebEx, Chime, BlueJeans… who am I missing?
Toggle Auto Input Monitoring
Use this when doing punch recording. Typically you would have it on so you can hear previous recorded input that switches to “live” at the punch-in location.
You can use the key command to toggle the mode, configure the control bar to have the Auto-Input Monitoring button available (speaker with AUTO underneath), or toggle the setting with the Record button (control-click for menu).
Turn on input monitoring for audio tracks – Logic Pro X Help
You can turn on input monitoring to monitor audio tracks that are not enabled for recording. This is useful for setting audio levels or practicing parts before you commit to recording.
Punch in and out of audio recordings in Logic Pro – Apple Support
When it comes to judging punch-in and punch-out points during punch recording, you should turn on auto input monitoring (which it is, by default). This setting allows you to hear the input signal only during the actual recording; before and afterward you’ll hear the previously recorded audio on the track. If auto input monitoring is turned off, you can always hear the input signal.
Editing and Mixing 68 Socially-Distant Orchestra Members Into One Composite Performance | Production Expert
This is why the Wisconsin Youth Symphony reached out to our studio. They wanted us to put together individual videos of each member of the orchestra so the students could have a “performance.” The students would film on their own at home, send us the files, and our team would create a composite video and mix the audio. The song? Rossini’s William Tell Overture Finale.
FREE Piano Recording Techniques – Get A Great Piano Sound | Production Expert
In this series, we are going to look at how to record a wide range of sound sources from a solo vocal through guitars, bass, piano strings, brass woodwind and percussion, before moving onto the drum kit. In part 5 we are going to look at recording a piano.
How to capture live drums with Studio One: a step-by-step guide
Learn how to lay down a rhythmic foundation for your Studio One projects by capturing live drums – even if you’ve only a few mics to hand.
Discard Recording and Return to Last Play Position ⌘.
The command-period command has been used by many applications to abort/cancel a long running operation. Sometimes I find myself using it to try to stop a bounce or export, to little avail.
I think that I would be happiest doing recording using Logic if I could see the performer. My memory just turned my whole computer into a PortaStudio with 4 tracks on a cassette 😉
Advanced recording commands in Logic Pro – Apple Support
Discard Recording and Return to Last Play Position: Use to delete the recording and move the playhead back to the last play position. Unlike Record/Record Repeat, you need to manually begin a new recording, using any Record command.
Record off for all
Turns off “Record” for all channels. I can’t seem to find any specific documentation for this.
“Record off for all” is mapped to OPTION+REC button on an MCU. If you press and hold OPTION, then press REC all channels will have Record turned off.
Mackie Control channel strips (1 to 8) – Control Surfaces Help
Disable Record Enable button for all tracks.
1962 BBC Training Manual | Martin Mitchell’s Microphones
In the 1951 BBC Microphones training manual we saw that the corporation functioned with a small selection of British manufactured microphones, most of which had been in service since the 1930’s. So when I saw this Manual from 1962 I was curious to see how ‘Auntie’ had moved on into the swinging sixties.
The microphone layouts for orchestra and “dance bands” are outstanding.
What a neat resource.
How To Record Edit And Mix A Choir Remotely For A UK TV Broadcast | Production Expert
On Thursday, April 16th 2020, Lucy shared an ITV news segment of a moving tribute to our wonderful National Health Service (NHS) workers and those who have lost their lives to COVID-19 here is the UK. Apart from making her tear up just a tad, the main reason she shared it was because it was something she worked on with her husband Phil, the Musical Director of The Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Choir (the one waving his arms about in the video). In this article, Lucy explains how it came about and how they managed to pull it off. Over to Lucy.
Well of course I have to have a link to a case study of driving a choir over the internet…