In part 4 of our Scoring Workshop, you’ll learn how to import standard MIDI files and use Logic Pro 9’s new selective track import.
In part 3 of our Scoring Workshop, you’ll learn how to route audio from standalone instruments back into Logic Pro. This will allow you to overcome Logic Pro’s 4MB RAM ceiling (if you’re running it in 32-bit mode) as well as to get troublesome third-party instruments to play nice with Logic Pro.
Learn how to control the bypass of a software instrument using the environment. From there, you can choose a specific MIDI event to control it remotely.
In part 2 of our Scoring Workshop, you’ll learn how get more power out of your system and overcome Logic Pro’s 4 GB RAM limit by using external standalone instruments, you’ll learn advanced environment routing, and much more.
In this generative music tutorial, you’ll learn how to take the environment we created in part 1 and record it as MIDI for further editing.
In this generative music tutorial, you’ll learn how to randomize ES2 parameters to bring more interest into your sounds.
Here’s how you can convert triplets in 4/4 meter to 12/8.
In these generative music tutorials, you’ll learn how to make music that’s always changing and completely composed in real time. You’ll be able to use these techniques to create unique, ambient soundscapes, add excitement and unpredictable elements to your arrangements, and generate new melodic and harmonic ideas for further composition.
Part 2 of our Ultrabeat Side Chain tutorial. Learn how to bus tracks into Ultrabeat’s Side Chain for processing, step programming, automation, and how to route voices to separate mixer tracks.
Learn how to bus tracks into Ultrabeat’s Side Chain for processing and step programming.