Learn how to open the MIDI Transform window and take a tour of its features.
Selection Conditions Area7:12
The parameters and menu items are explained and demonstrated.
Operations Area Pt. 16:30
The items Thru through Flip in the operation definition menu are covered.
Operations Area Pt. 28:20
The menu items Multiply through +- Random are covered in the operation definition menu.
Operations Area Pt. 37:45
The menu items Reverse through Relative Crescendo are covered in the operation definition menu.
Operations Area Pt. 42:54
The Status menu items are explained and demonstrated.
Exchange Parameter Values5:49
Learn how to route up to three event parameters for complex operations.
Map Pt. 13:29
This covers the edit parameters of the Universal Map.
Map Pt. 23:33
Using the map for selecting conditions and operations is demonstrated.
The four modes are demonstrated.
Create & Import User Sets5:34
Learn the steps for creating and naming your user sets and import them from another project.
Standard MIDI File Cleanup3:23
Quickly remove Control and Program changes from a .mid file. Use the Humanize preset to loosen the quantized performance.
Control articulations by limiting note velocity.
Edit articulations in multiple regions. This example uses a Track Stack.
MIDI Guitar Cleanup3:37
Delete the notes that are false triggers by using pitch and length conditions.
Create spot-on tuplets by using the Double Time preset.
Logic guru Doug Zangar reveals the power and glory of Apple Logic Pro Xs MIDI Transform Window, in this Know-How video tutorial series Make your MIDI work for you!
Doug digs deep into LPXs powerful MIDI transform Window where you can edit, mutate and well, transform your MIDI data till the cows come home. See how to select, apply operations, exchange parameters, map data, use different modes, create and import user sets, and much, much more.
See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you record and edit MIDI in Logic Pro X, you need to know about what this window can do!
Submitted 5 months ago
Brilliant, Easy To Follow Reference Tutorial
I use the midi transform window a lot for post-processing. This tutorial is an excellent go-to reference. I'm using it a lot.
I am a: Producer, Musician
Submitted 6 months ago
The MIDI transform feature on Logic definitely needs more explanation than so many other Logic features that are more intuitive on first glance. This tutorial is great. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is that I wish he would have played the musical passage each time he made a parameter change. So you can hear what happens to the music as well as see what happens to the MIDI notes. All in all, this tutorial was super helpful, tons of great tips.
I am a: Professional, Musician
Submitted 6 months ago
The "Midi Transform Window" is one of the power tools that sets Logic Pro apart from its competitors. Its great that there is now a tutorial devoted to giving the attention it deserves!
I am a: Professional, Musician, Sound Designer
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