Learn the difference between channel strip settings and audio unit presets, where they are stored on your computer, and how to find them in Logic Pro.
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.
Step mode allows you to automate Ultrabeat’s parameters. Learn a shortcut to toggle between Ultrabeat’s step mode and voice mode so you can make changes to your drum sounds once automation has been engaged.
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.
Learn how to set the delay time of a Delay Line Object in the Logic Pro Environment.
Part 4 of Logic Studio Training’s Assigning Controllers Workshop takes you through Controller Assignment Modes and how to use them, creating a workflow with your new controller assignments, a recap of the entire workshop, brief exploration of other control parameters, how to backup your controller preferences, and more.