Now you can discover how to program realistic drums and put some life into your music!
This 5-part tutorial on drum programming will show you how to pull the perfect beat from Logic Studio. While centered around rock drumming and using Native Instrument’s Battery 3, this tutorial can be applied to programming realistic drums in other genres of music and software instruments.
Here’s what you’ll learn in The Logical Drummer:
Part 1: Overview, Setup, and Organization (15:06)
- How to integrate third party software, like Native Instrument’s Battery 3
- How to set up a multiple mic kit for flexibility in mixing
- How to mix with a multi-output instrument
- Arrange window and Mixer organization tips
- How to mix in groups
Part 2: Setup, Organization, and Mixing (14:50)
- How to set up NI Battery 3 so individual kit pieces can go into the logic arrange window
- How to set up a drum kit with multiple outs and apply different effects on each of the drum elements
Part 3: Sequencing Drums with a Multi-Timbral Software Instrument (26:35)
- Controlling battery with multi-timbral software instrument
- Audio routing tips
- How to improve quantize with extended parameters like quantize strength
- How to use the Transform Humanize Function
- Hyper draw tips
Part 4: Sequencing Drums with the Hyper Editor (36:31)
- Sequencing tips when using single software instruments
- How to set up a mapped instrument in the environment
- How to sequence drums using the Hyper Editor
- Environment tips, like the MIDI thru tool
- More quantize tips
Part 5: Creating Realistic Drum Parts (27:07)
- How to sequence rolls, flams, and roughs
- More tips for the Transform Humanize Function
- Recording techniques like auto-punch, creating take folders, and cycle mode
- Hyper editor tips
- Automation techniques
The Logical Drummer, designed by David Nunez, is sure to give you hard-hitting information and inspiration.
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