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Edit Multi-Track Drums in Logic Pro X

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    Tutorial 1

    Introduction

    1:19

    A brief overview of all we are covering in this series.

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    Tutorial 2

    Preparing Drums for Flex Time Editing

    8:55

    Flex time is great but for it to work properly there are some very important things to do first. This video covers what to do to get your drums ready for Flex Time.

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    Tutorial 3

    Flex Time

    6:29

    This video demonstrates using Flex Time with mldi-tracked drums. Strong focus on slicing mode and quantization.

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    Tutorial 4

    Beat Mapping

    5:17

    This older Logic feature is great to use in conjunction with multi-tracked drums. We will talk about this specific process.

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    Tutorial 5

    Replacing Drums

    4:22

    Logic's replacer feature is excellent and utilizes MIDI / Virtual Instruments in a unique way.

Say youve recorded an amazing drum take, but theres just a couple tiny flubs. If youre a Logic Pro X user, you have some fantastic tools at your disposal to make those moments right, even when dealing with a full, multi-tracked drum kit. In this in-depth video tutorial series, studio pro Matt Whatley shows you how.

After a brief introduction, Matt explains how to prepare your tracks to use Flex Time editing and then shows you how to use Flex Time to analyze the tempo of your tracks.

Next, see how to drag specific beats onto the grid, and how to quantize your entire kit to the timing of a few of your tracks, such as your kick and snare.

After that, Matt demonstrates how you can use the Beat Mapping track to do the opposite of Flex Time and adjust your tempo map to the audio.

Finally, Matt shows you how to use Logic Pro Xs Drum Replace feature to augment weak sounding drums with samples to beef up the weak parts.

Whether youre new to multi-track drum editing in Logic Pro X, or an advanced user looking for new techniques, dont miss Edit Multi-Track Drums in Logic Pro X!

carter
Submitted 1 year ago

Now I get it

This is a real shortcut for understanding adjusting and enhancing a live drum recording. Loaded with information in a concise course. Super useful since this is not very intuitive in Logic. I really like these shorter targeted courses like this.

I am a: Semi-Pro, Audio Engineer, Hobbyist, Musician

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1. When did you start dabbling in music?

I started dabbling as a kiddo, beginning with piano at about age 7. My love and appreciation for music only develops and matures as I get older. My main instrument is now guitar, but I have a great love for Wurly and B3.

2. What training have you had?

Mostly studio experience on the audio side of things. In order to get my foot in the door on that kind of experience, I would hang around a studio until they gave me something to do. I knew just enough to run a sound track session one day, and ever since studio work is about all I've done.

3. When did you get into recording?

Around the late 80's as far as dabbling goes. I started to take it serious and realized it was something I wanted to do professionally around college in 1995 back when it was still all about analog tape, patch bays, outboard gear, and signal flow. Still is a great way to learn if you ask me!

4. People you have worked with/for?

Jeremy Camp, Cas Haley, Josh Heinrichs, Greg White, Chip Bricker, Big Karma Records, Easy Star Records, Cedar Rock Studio, SG Studios, Flat Out Studio, S.M.A.R.T. Studios, WTGO Radio, Sweetwater Sound, Klipsch Audio Technologies, and countless incredibly talented artists you may have never heard.

5. Why are you so good at training people?

Because I have four children and a great wife that teaches me (by example) how to teach them. As for Audio, experience in the field is my greatest asset for imparting knowledge.

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    Edit Multi-Track Drums in Logic Pro X

    Say you’ve recorded an amazing drum take, but there’s just a couple tiny flubs. If you’re a Logic Pro X user, you have some fantastic tools at your disposal to make those moments right, even when dealing with a full, multi-tracked drum kit. In this in-depth video tutorial series, studio pro Matt Whatley shows you how.

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    UAD guru Matt Whatley is back, this time showing you how to Master with some of the most popular mastering plug-ins from UA Audio! Mastering can make the difference between dull sounding recordings and exciting tracks, but you need the right tools, and you need to know how to use them.

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    Universal Audio has supercharged their Apollo 2 Console software, and studio guru Matt Whatley shows you all the basics plus cool routing and customization options that are available via the Console software when recording with the awesome Apollo 2 series interfaces.

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    UAD Apollo Console Explained

    Studio guru Matt Whatley gives you a head start into the powerful but flexible Universal Audio UAD Apollo Console software. Learn all the basics plus cool routing and customization options that are available when recording with the awesome Apollo series interfaces.

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Edit Multi-Track Drums in Logic Pro X is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Now I get it This is a real shortcut for understanding adjusting and enhancing a live drum recording. Loaded with information in a concise course. Super useful since this is not very intuitive in Logic. I really like these shorter targeted courses like this.
Date published: 2016-04-18