In Part 3 of The Progressive Rock Method’s How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums, you will see the efficient method of programming drums you learned in the previous tutorial applied to more complicated material. You will also discover a secret used by the pros to create a sense of flow over meter changes.
In Part 2 of The Progressive Rock Method’s How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums, you will learn the most efficient method of programming drums from someone who’s been doing it for nearly two decades. Also covered is a discussion of how to best map your drum sample library to your controller so programming is intuitive and effortless.
In part 5 of the Logic Pro Audio Editing tutorial, you’ll learn about the digital factory, audio energizer, silencer, audio to score, quantize engine, and audio to MIDI groove template.
Now you can discover how to program realistic drums and put some life into your music!
Easily quantize MIDI data for an entire region. You can quickly correct an imperfect performance in one step! Watch this video to see how.
Explores some more advanced region quantize functions, such as quantize strength, range and flam.
This tutorial covers advanced tempo track techniques such as drawing curves and using quantization and alternate tracks.
This tutorial covers basic region quantization functions, including how to select quantize values and explanations for the different types.
This tutorial covers the quantization of MIDI note events while working in the Piano Roll Editor.