Understanding the Environment

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  • Basic Environment Arpeggiator
    • This tutorial covers the basic functions of the arpeggiator object in Logic Pro’s Environment. It includes basic setup of the MIDI processing chain and explains basic parameters and usage of the arpeggiator object.
  • Basic Environment Chord Memorizer
    • This tutorial covers the basic functions of the chord memorizer object in Logic Pro's Environment. It includes basic setup of the MIDI processing chain and explains basic parameters and usage of the chord memorizer object.
  • Advanced Environment Chord Memorizer: Brass
    • More advanced application of the chord memorizer object. This tutorial demonstrates how to remap single pitches to produce a series of prearranged chords and how to route individual note outputs from the chord memorizer object to individual software instruments.
  • Advanced Environment Chord Memorizer: Harp
    • More advanced application of the chord memorizer object. This tutorial demonstrates how to set up a chord memorizer to remap a C Major scale to any desired diatonic scale, as it relates to the realistic playback of harp scales.
  • Basic Environment: Mapped Instrument
    • This Logic Pro tutorial covers basic functions of the mapped instrument object in the Logic Pro environment. You will learn how to make MIDI connections with the mapped instrument object and how to label each key to match the pitch mapping of software instrument or hardware drum synthesizers.
  • Basic Environment: Layers
    • This tutorial will explore the basic layout of the environment window, namely its organization into layers. Each layer's function will be explained separately.
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