Vienna Symphonic Library have a great special on until the end of March 2019 on their Synchron libraries. This is set in the Track Inspector pane, on the left of the Main window. The reason for dealing with the lead vocal first is because this channel is our guide for all the other vocal channels. Return the wheel to the zero position and hit the destination note to which you want to map the source note. You do this by selecting all the elements in the chain, from the Macro In Keyboard object to the Macro Out Monitor object, and selecting Macro from the New menu. This way I can turn off the Flex Pitch option and save my ass from possible glitches in the future. I'm trying to modulate my voice male adult to sound like a kid.
Now, to be fair, it has gotten much, much easier in Logic X, and certain configurations that used to require a trip to the Environment can now be set up easily in the main Track Arrange window. Alternatively, you could define unusual user scales to create variations on the same melodic line. The screens below show the audio file after automatic Transient detection and then following manual editing of markers so that they occur only at the start of words or syllables. In this video, sponsored by SynchroArts, you can see how a few simple mouse clicks in VocAlign Project auto aligns dub tracks with a guide track. Once you've got the number of markers approximately right for the vocal recording, you can then select 'problem' words, where the markers haven't been inserted as you would wish, with the Pointer.
This behaviour makes it very easy to align an event from one part to an event in another. Experiment with other effects but don't over do it. Situations where you'd not want to be shifting the breaths, or making drastic shifts in pitch. Some of the heavy lifting are done with offline tuning before the signal even goes to the Autotune. Another Flex marker will appear. Remember, the offline tuning must come before the online tuning in the signal chain.
One of the endearing and ubiquitous qualities of Rhodes sounds is the ability to use the tremolo knob to pan the sound from side to side. Creating a great basis for a vocal recording session. So you can choose whatever is best for you. In order to avoid this we need to filter out values of zero at this point. The flipside of this, however, is on sounds that demand a more transparent gain control like strings, for example , or where you want to apply the compression across a buss. You must let your ears and brain rest for a while to regain your strength and your ability to concentrate. How busy are the parts? As you can see in the second the double track , most words are late in comparison to the original.
Logic will create a Groove template named after the region it was taken from. This is the right time to start tightening the timing. The compression is still much more musical than Platinum Digital mode. Watch out for latency issues when using a software reverb whilst recording. An even easier way to play and record multiple Instruments is by combining them into a Track Stack.
So perhaps you'd be so kind also spending a little time on my problem : I want to use the demix function to be able to adress different Midi-Tracks by switching the midi-channel on my master-keyboard. By Stephen Bennett With recent revisions to the Take feature, Logic Pro 9 now has all the tools you need to craft the perfect vocal track. In programs like Ableton's Live, you can do this by creating a user scale to which any melody can be forced to conform, thus keeping everything in key. Len Sasso Now that you have your Macro in place here's how to go about creating a library of user scales. If you want to set up a user scale in Live it takes about ten seconds — all you need to do is assign the notes on a grid over a single octave and the scale will work across the full keyboard range.
The two recordings are shown above. I've tweaked the sensitivity of automatic transient detection so that markers frame only single words and syllables. Lower the Threshold to achieve the desired amount of gain reduction. I love this part because I have a huge thing with vocals sitting on the beat with perfect timing. And then to Aux 2, using the Neve 33609 and Elysia Mpressor for a drum crush bus. The track header now contains a Flex Mode menu, where you can choose the type of Flex algorithm used for the time compression and expansion of events in an audio region When Flex Mode is on, the track header displays the Flex Mode menu. Cheers, Joe Thank you for quick reply.
On this opportunity of working on the separate regions, I make sure that there are crossfades between them, placed on silent parts only. I'm not sure how that fits in -- is it also being triggered from the guitar synth or is it just another synth being played from another controller as part of the ensemble? Logic will now apply the quantise template made from the lead vocal to the doubled vocal. So this is how I do it. Then I just hit play in logic and have fun : Hope that explains my intention :D Kind regards Marco. The other scenario is what Logic terms Multiplayer Recording. Particularly when it comes to effects plug-ins.
In the Sample editor, click the Transient Editing Mode button, to the right of the View menu, to access editing mode. Macros save screen space, because they can be re-sized like any other object in the Environment. But Logic is a little more restrictive. For more Logic tutorials and workshops, check. Both transformers feed the Sequencer Input Object. Set up a default setting: with the Ratio at 3:1, Threshold around -30, Knee at 1. You can get around this by automating the plug-in's interval settings at the required points.
The correct player will now be routed to each Instrument independently, with no layering , and you can record them live, as a group. As well as the amount of gain reduction, a key to the effect is the type of movement you create. To edit the location of a Flex Marker, hold down the Option key, and click and drag it to the desired position. When you're working in Flex View, the Pointer tool becomes position sensitive, working differently depending on whether it's over the top or bottom half of a region. The compression is efficient, but unmusical. The Transient Editing Mode button. Have been scratching my head over this for weeks now.