In Part 1 of The Progressive Rock Method's How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums, you will learn what the limitations of human drumming are and how to implement them into your programming so your drum tracks sound amazing and realistic. Also covered are concepts that will make your drum tracks enhance the music they're accompanying.
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This 13 minute video will show you how to use Logic Pro X the right way. You'll understand the big picture as well as the important details and you'll know exactly how to start making music instantly.
In part 5 of the Logic Pro Audio Editing tutorial, you'll learn about the digital factory, audio energizer, silencer, audio to score, quantize engine, and audio to MIDI groove template.
In part 4 of the Logic Pro Audio Editing tutorial, you'll learn about the digital factory, time and pitch machine, and groove machine.
In part 3 of the Logic Pro Audio Editing tutorial, you'll learn about the Sample Editor.
Brian Trifon continues his discussion on drum programming and demonstrates Trifonic's method for time-stretching to create special effects and glitchy awesomeness.
Brian Trifon demonstrates some of Trifonic's techniques for chopping up a beat loop, creating stutter edits, and making glitch effects.
Learn how to alter the start and end points of notes using various methods and with options to set the same end point for several notes as well as make several notes the same length. You'll also learn more advanced note length functions.
This is the first video of our Logic Pro Beginner Guide.
This tutorial covers the quantization of MIDI note events while working in the Piano Roll Editor.