Using Groove Tracks in Logic Pro X

Using Groove Tracks in Logic Pro X

In this video, you'll discover how to create audio and MIDI tracks that feel good together.

You might never edit audio and MIDI the same way again!

With Logic Pro as your producing partner, you’ll find that it does most of the work... you can enjoy the results! 🙂

Find out more about arranging and editing with Logic Pro X in the best-selling book, Logic Pro For Dummies.

15 thoughts on “Using Groove Tracks in Logic Pro X

  1. Thanks so much Graham. This is crystal clear!

  2. Just dipping into the waters and finding pearls of wisdom! Will try Groove Tracking on some projects. Great. Thanks very much!

  3. Damn! Logic and this website continue to blow my mind!

  4. Thanks man. This is another nugget for us out here.

  5. You need to do more videos like this, short and straight to the point. Thanks!

  6. I am a beginner but I love this new tool. Thanks.

  7. This is an amazing tool! Thank You!

  8. Great stuff Graham, as a post said, “short and to the point!” Thank you.

  9. Oh WOW! This is dynamite.

    1. Happy you liked it!

  10. Superb trick, I was always struggling to match up the audio and and midi grooves!

    Your explanations are always helpful and enlightening!

    1. Thanks for the feedback! Glad you liked the tip! It’s one of my favorites!

  11. Ooh! I like it like that!

  12. This can be really handy if you don’t wanna quantize every little thing and go back and forth to different midi regions to make sure everything makes sense
    Thank you

  13. Thanks for the clarity and vibe. Best

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