Here’s everything you ever wanted to know about recording drums. Microphones, drum mic setups, basic and advanced recording techniques, and much more.
Record Better Than The Beatles
Loads of questions have been coming in about recording audio in Logic Pro. Today I decided to take some time out from my recording schedule to answer them.
Recording MIDI – Recording a Single MIDI Take Through Using the Caps Lock Keyboard
In this Logic Pro premium tutorial, you’ll be given an overview of Recording MIDI in Logic Pro. We’ll cover recording a single MIDI take, recording additional MIDI takes, recording multiple MIDI takes, MIDI multitrack recording, MIDI merge recording, MIDI replace recording, capture as recording retrospectively, filtering MIDI events, MIDI punch recording, MIDI step input recording, using the step input keyboard, and using the caps lock keyboard.
Recording Audio Part 3 – Punch Recording Through Replace Recording
In part 3 of this Logic Pro premium tutorial, you’ll be given an overview of Recording Audio in Logic Pro. We’ll cover punch recording, locators, recording in replace mode, and deleting audio recordings.
Recording Audio Part 2 – Recording a Single Take Through Multitrack Recording
In part 2 of this Logic Pro premium tutorial, you’ll be given an overview of Recording Audio in Logic Pro. We’ll cover recording a single take, recording additional takes, recording multiple takes, and multitrack recording.
Recording Audio Part 1 – Project Sample Rate Through Recording File Types
In part 1 of this Logic Pro premium tutorial, you’ll be given an overview of Recording Audio in Logic Pro. We’ll cover setting the project sample rate, setting the project bit depth, setting the metronome, software monitoring, choosing the recording path, and recording file types.
Help! My Record Enable Button Is Missing!
So you upgraded Logic Pro or opened a project and your record enable, freeze, or some other button is now missing. Have no fear. It’s usually a very simple fix.
How To Record In Logic Pro With Your Blue Snowball Mic
If you’re stuck trying to get Logic Pro to recognize your Blue Snowball USB microphone, there’s a simple solution.