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The Progressive Rock Method Part 5 – How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums: Tracking An Advanced Part

The Progressive Rock Method Part 4

Part 5 of The Progressive Rock Method’s How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums demonstrates the application of all previously discussed concepts.

Brock starts by showing how to edit metronome settings and he also explains how Logic Pro X handles count-ins and how to adjust them to best serve you. From there, an overview of the material is provided, taking a look at meter changes as well as a tempo changes.

Using the process laid out in the second video and expanded upon in the third and fourth, the drums are tracked and edited. All the other concepts discussed so far are tied in throughout.

You’ll learn effective uses of the various drums, editing “octopus” programming, dynamics, and drum fills. A trick on how to get a count-in at the new tempo when recording material that involves a direct tempo change is taught as well as how to make the end result seamless to the listener.

This video is the kitchen sink of drum programming tricks!

  • Learn how to adjust your metronome and count-in settings to your preferences
  • Apply all the concepts covered so far into an advanced drum part that sounds amazing
  • Learn a trick to make programming with direct tempo changes easy

2 thoughts on “The Progressive Rock Method Part 5 – How to Program and Edit Progressive Rock Drums: Tracking An Advanced Part

  1. Ah, this metronome volume is much more listenable! Now we can hear your wicked skills! 😉

  2. Cool. I’ll make sure to keep in under control in the future. 😉

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