SYNTHiC4TE | June 18 2016 | 140 MB
Say you need to bring some audio into Logic Pro X, set up a Take Folder, or work with drum tracks? In this video tutorial series, Logic guru Doug Zangar shares his Logic Pro Know-How with you, teaching you the advanced audio importing techniques you need to know!
Doug begins by demonstrating how to import a small ensemble recording and setting Logic Pro’s start time and audio file settings to match. He then shows you how to spot files, create, name, and color Take regions.
From there, Doug shows you how to move Takes to different tracks and how you can use region names and colors to name and color the track headers and channel strip to perfectly reflect your imported tracks, then group them.
Next up, Doug explains how you can create Takes, and use a click track to sync Takes and pack them into Takes folders. Finally, Doug goes through the same process with pre-recorded drum files. He shows you how to sync the room mic files and flip the phase and trump the regions before packing them into grouped Take folders
Whether you’re new to Logic Pro X’s audio import and Takes features or you’re an existing user ready for a deep dive, don’t miss “Logic Pro X Know-How: Advanced Audio Importing”!
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