Introduction to the concept of flex editing and how it’s implemented in Logic 9.
See how the Flex Tool can be used to simply and easily manipulate the timing of audio waveforms directly in the regular Arrange Window view.
Learn how to toggle Flex View from different locations in the Arrange Window, as well as how to switch algorithms and selectively exclude specific regions from flex editing.
Discover how to create, delete and reset individual flex markers; and how to understand the color shading that is generated as visual feedback representing the time compression or expansion that is being applied.
Explore how the Marquee Tool can be used to automatically create flex markers based on selection boundaries as well as the next/previous transients.
See how quantizing can be applied in slicing mode, and how the additional parameters can be used for creative effect.
Learn the different ways to influence the creation and manipulation of transient markers in the Sample Edit Window.
Discover how to get multi-tracked drums ready for phase locked editing, so that flex markers and quantization can be applied where necessary.
Explore how to create flex markers and properly quantize grouped multi-tracked drums.
See how flex markers can be created and lined up with transients on adjacent tracks.
Learn how flex markers can be used to line up and correct the timing or phrasing of specific words or syllables.
Discover how the Q Range parameter can influence how quantizing is applied to multi-tracked live drums, by allowing for control over what is or isn’t affected by the quantization.
Forget boring loops. Explore some of the ways Flex slicing mode can be abused towards rhythmically interesting ends.
See how the Tempophone algorithm can be used to creatively deconstruct a sound by introducing granular or mechanical types of artifacts.
Learn how the Flex Speed algorithm is used and how it has been implemented into other areas of the Logic 9 program.
Discover how flex markers can be lined up to freely played MIDI notes on adjacent tracks.
If you use Apple Logic 9, then you must learn to use its incredible FlexTime feature. This amazing tool allows you to stretch and squeeze audio in ways you've never dreamed. Now you can hone a track to perfection or create something completely different, all while keeping the sound intact.
Apple Certified Logic Pro Eli Krantzberg starts from the beginning explaining all the features and functions of FlexTime and then moves onto showing you how to use FlexTime on the most common instruments such as multi-tracked drums, bass, vocals and more. Get flexible, get FlexTime Explained today.
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