Chapter 1 : Score Sets Window
This video covers creating, naming and adding/subtracting instruments.
More techniques and depth relating to score set up for overall size, bracing, bars, naming instruments and more.
Chapter 2 : Tools
The first of two videos on the tools in the Tool menu, covering the Pointer tool through the Mute tool.
This video focuses on the Resize tool through the Automation Curve tool.
Chapter 3 : Edit Text Styles
Chapter 4 : Formatting & Layout
All the Global Formatting parameters are explained and demonstrated.
Numbers & Names parameters are explained and demonstrated, including adding a prefix to page numbers.
The parameters of the Tablature tab are covered as well as set up in the Staff Styles window.
See how to enter chords and grids in the Score Editor, as well as how to edit parameters in the Chords and Grids tab.
Clefs and Signature parameters are demonstrated.
Learn how to adjust Line thickness, stem height, and spacing.
You can use articulation symbols to affect live playback.
The parameters of the Colors settings are covered and the interactivity between note attributes, staff styes and the Score Editor view menu are shown.
Chapter 5 : Guitar Chord Grids
Learn about the Instrument Tab parameters of the Chord Grid Library, and how to create and import/export instruments.
This video explores the Chord Grid Selector Tab.
Learn how to modify an existing chord grid or create your own.
Chapter 6 : Edit Menu Items
This covers the Select sub-menu items and the Repeat feature.
Continuing from Pt. 1, the Trim items and Diatonic Insert are covered.
Chapter 7 : Quantize, Delete & Copy
This video explains how the menu quantization features work and demonstrates the interactivity with the Score Editor local inspector.
Learn the various delete techniques and how to assigning MIDI channels to notes.
All the menu items of the Copy MIDI Events window are described and demonstrated.
Chapter 8 : Note Attributes
Learn where to find the Note Attributes menu and how to access the Note Attributes Window.
All the parameters for editing stems are covered.
How to use the beaming and tying notes parameters are explained.
This video covers all the parameters for Interpretation and Syncopation.
Learn to use independent notes and grace notes.
You can make Logic do cross staff beaming using a polyphonic staff style and the Voice/Staff Assignment menu items.
The Colors sub menu items are demonstrated and their links to the Staff Styles, Score Project Settings and the Score Editor view are shown.
In the second volume of Logic Pro X Score Editor Explained, Logic guru Doug Zangar takes you even deeper, covering the Score Sets Window, Tools, Formatting and Layout, Guitar Chord Grids, Edit Menu Items, Quantizing and much more!
Doug starts by exploring the Tools available in the Score Editor and then covers the Text Styles window, where you can both add and edit text styles to your score. Doug does this by demonstrating the tools, styles, edit menus, and note attributes available in the Score Editor.
Doug then dives into formatting and layout options, covering global formatting, numbers and names, tablature, chords and grids, and clefs and signatures. Next, Doug leads into how to use articulation symbols to effect playback, how you can use colors interactively between note attributes, and how to use the Guitar Chord grids to add guitar tab to your scores.
With the layout and formatting out of the way, Doug teaches you how to quantize, delete, and copy notes in the Score Editor. Finally, Doug describes the note attributes available to you: accidentals, stems, beaming, ties, interpretation, syncopation, and so on. You’ll also learn how to make voice/staff assignments all your options for coloring notes.
Whether you’re new to Logic Pro’s Score Editor or you’ve already watched Volume 1 and are ready to continue your deep dive, don’t miss “Logic Pro Score Editor Vol 2 Explained”!
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