361. Logic Pro 9: Audio and Music Production

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361. Logic Pro 9: Audio and Music Production

 

 

CATEGORY:Music, Mastering,Mixing & Writing – 400 Courses

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Syllabus

About the Authors xvii
Acknowledgments xviii
Chapter 1 The Logic Concept 3
1.1 Introduction 3
1.2 A Brief History of Logic Pro 9 4
1.3 The Logical Advantage 6
Complete Integration with Apple Hardware
and Software 7
Exhaustive Range of Plug-Ins and Instruments 7
Effective Combination of MIDI and Audio Editing 7
Flexible Audio Hardware 9
Chapter 2 Logic’s Interface 11
2.1 Introduction 11
2.2 What Logic Can Record 11
2.3 The Arrange Window 12
2.4 Editor Areas – Mixer, Sample Editor, Piano Roll,
Score, and Hyper Editor 13
Mixer (Keyboard Shortcut – X) 14
Sample Editor (Keyboard Shortcut – W) 14
Piano Roll (Keyboard Shortcut – P) 15
Score (Keyboard Shortcut – N) 15
Hyper Editor (Keyboard Shortcut – Y) 16
2.5 Media and Lists Area 17
2.6 Inspector Area (Keyboard Shortcut – I) 19
Region Parameters 21
Track Parameters 21
Arrange Channel Strip 21
2.7 Transport Bar and Toolbar 21
2.8 Tools, Local Menus, and Contextual Menus 22
2.9 Adjusting How You View the Arrangement:
Zooming In and Out 23
Chapter 3 Getting Connected 27
3.1 Introduction 27
3.2 USB Devices 27
USB – An Introduction 28
USB Audio Interfaces 28
USB Controller Keyboards 30
3.3 FireWire Devices 32
3.4 PCI Express 34
3.5 Other Audio Equipment 35
Microphones 35
Monitors 37
Headphones 38
Outboard 39
3.6 Integration into Logic – Audio Preferences 39
3.7 Hard Drives 42
SATA and Internal Hard Drives 42
3.8 Control Surfaces 43
3.9 Distributed Audio Processing and External
DSP Solutions 46
Using Multiple Macs 46
3.10 What Is MIDI? 46
3.11 Digidesign Hardware Integration with Logic 49
Chapter 4 Starting a Project 55
4.1 Introduction 55
4.2 Assets and Projects 56
Save As… 57
4.3 Working with Tracks 58
Audio 59
Software Instrument 59
External MIDI 59
4.4 An Introduction to the Audio Mixer 60
Input Monitor (I) 61
Record Arm (R) 63
Mute (M) 63
Solo (S) 63
4.5 Using the Transport and Timeline 63
Bar Ruler 64
4.6 Your First Recording 65
Difference between Mix Levels and Monitoring
Levels While Recording 67
4.7 Overdubs and Punching-In and -Out 67
Quickly Punching-In Material 67
Recording in Cycle Mode 67
Autopunch 68
Introducing Take Folders 69
4.8 Creating Further Tracks and Track Sorting 70
Creating Duplicate Tracks 70
Creating Tracks with the Next Instrument 71
Creating Tracks with Duplicate Settings 71
Sorting and Organizing Tracks 71
4.9 The Audio Bin and Importing 72
Importing Other Audio Files and CDs 72
4.10 Working with Apple Loops 73
Audio Files versus MIDI Files and Instruments 76
Importing Apple Loops into Your Session 77
4.11 Improving What the Artist Hears – Headphone
Mixes 77
Monitor Mix 78
Cue Mix 78
4.12 Monitoring through Effects 80
Accounting for Processing Latency 81
Chapter 5 Audio Regions and Editing 85
5.1 Introduction 85
5.2 The Big Picture – Forming Your Basic Arrangement 86
5.3 Using the Inspector 87
5.4 Working with Loops, Copies, and Aliases 88
Making Multiple Copies 88
Loops 89
5.5 Precise Region Editing 90
5.6 Snapping – Understanding Your Editing Grid 90
Going Finer – Bypassing Snap and Nudging Regions 93
5.7 Resizing and Cutting Regions 93
Cutting a Region with the Scissors Tool 93
Topping-and-Tailing 95
Using the Marquee Tool 95
Snap to Transients 96
5.8 Fades and Crossfades 97
Using the Crossfade Tool to Create Fades 97
Changing the Drag Mode to Create Fades 99
Using the Fade Parameter to Create Fades 100
5.9 Speed Fades 101
5.10 Quick Swipe Comping 101
5.11 Expanding the Take Folder and Creating
Basic Comps 102
5.12 Time Slipping a Quick Swipe Comp 104
5.13 Flattening or Merging a Comp 105
Unpacking a Comp 107
5.14 Flex Time Editing 108
Why Use Flex Time? 108
5.15 Flex Time View and Flex Time Modes 108
Slicing 109
Rhythmic 109
Monophonic 109
Polyphonic 110
Tempophone 110
Speed 110
5.16 Transient Markers and Flex Markers 111
Creating Transient Markers 111
Flexing Multiple Audio Events 111
Flexing Single Notes 112
Deleting Flex Markers 114
5.17 Quantizing Audio with Flex Time 115
Groove Templates between Regions 116
5.18 Separating Regions Based on Transient Markers 117
5.19 Freezing a Flex Time Track to Save CPU 118
5.20 Editing Multiple Tracks Using Edit Groups 119
Creating Edit Groups 119
Toggling Groups 121
5.21 Drum Replacement 121
5.22 Sample Editor Principles 123
Rendered “Off-Line” Editing 123
Accuracy 125
Additional Functionality 125
5.23 Sample Editor Applications 126
Reversing Audio 126
Accurate Region Resizing 126
Marking Anchor Points 127
Cleaning Up Unwanted Noise 128
Audio to Score 128
Time and Pitch Machine 129
5.24 Inserting and Deleting Sections of Your Song 130
5.25 Working with Tempo and Loops 131
Follow Tempo 131
Timestretching a Region to Fit 132
Working Out the Tempo of a Region/Loop 132
Matching Your Project’s Tempo to an Imported Loop 132
Beat Mapping 134
5.26 Managing Your Audio Files and Regions 137
The Audio Bin Tab versus the Audio Bin Window 137
File Management 138
Copy/Converting Files 139
Viewing the Bin and Grouping Files 139
5.27 Using Folders and Hiding Tracks 141
Packing a Folder 141
Viewing a Folder’s Contents 142
Hide Tracks 143
Chapter 6 MIDI Sequencing and Instrument Plug-Ins 145
6.1 Introduction 145
6.2 MIDI Concepts 145
6.3 Creating Instrument Tracks 146
6.4 Instantiating Virtual Instruments and the
Library Feature 147
Browsing Instrument Settings in the Library 147
Using Channel Strip Settings with Instruments 150
Changing the Instrument Parameters 151
Changing an Instruments Icon 151
Transposition and Velocity 151
Key Limit 152
6.5 Working with External MIDI Instruments 152
How Do I Monitor MIDI Sound Sources? 155
What If I’ve Got More Than One External
MIDI Device? 157
My MIDI Tracks Are Playing Back Slightly Late,
How Do I Rectify This? 157
6.6 Making a MIDI Recording 158
Where’s the Data? 158
Recording in Cycle Mode and Overdubs 158
6.7 Editing and Arranging MIDI Regions 161
Merging MIDI Regions 161
Working Without Fades and Crossfades 161
Timestretching MIDI Regions 161
6.8 Region Parameters: Quantizing and Beyond 162
Quantize 163
Q-Swing 163
Loop and Transpose 164
Velocity and Dynamics 164
Gate Time 164
6.9 The MIDI Thru Function 166
6.10 Advanced Quantization Options 166
Q-Strength 167
Q-Flam 168
Q-Range 168
6.11 Normalizing Sequence Parameters 169
6.12 MIDI Editing in Logic 169
6.13 The Piano Roll 170
6.14 Typical Editing Scenarios in the Piano Roll 172
Correcting Pitch 172
Correcting Timing 172
Duplicating a Phrase 173
Correcting Length Issues 174
Changing Velocity 174
Creating New Notes 176
Deleting/Muting Notes 177
6.15 Quantizing Inside the Piano Roll Editor 178
6.16 Working with Controller Data Using Hyper Draw 180
Editing Velocity in Hyper Draw 180
Editing Volume 181
Editing Other Controllers, Including Filter Cutoff 181
6.17 Hyper Draw in the Arrange Area 182
6.18 Going Further: The Piano Roll’s Edit and
Functions Menus 183
6.19 Intelligent Selection: The Edit Menu 183
Select Equal Events 186
6.20 Functions: Quick-and-Easy Note Modifications 186
Note Overlap Correction/Note Force Legato
(Functions > Note Events) 186
Select Highest Notes, Select Lowest Notes
(Functions > Note Events) 186
Voices to Channels (Functions > Note Events) 187
6.21 Step-Time Sequencing 188
6.22 The Hyper Editor 190
Editing and Creating MIDI Controller
Data in the Hyper Editor 190
Adding New Controller Types and Hyper Sets 192
Editing Drums Using the Hyper Editor 193
6.23 Score Editor 193
6.24 Event List 193
Filtering Events 195
Modifying and Adding Events 195
Chapter 7 Creative Sound Design 199
7.1 Introduction 199
7.2 Logic’s Synthesizers 199
ES2 200
EFM1 201
Sculpture 201
7.3 Understanding the ES2 202
The Oscillators (A) 202
The Filters (B) 203
Amplifier and Effects (C) 204
Modulation Matrix (D) 204
LFOs and Envelopes 205
7.4 Working with Oscillators 205
7.5 Filters, Amplifiers, and Modulators 210
Cutoff and Resonance 211
Changing Volume Over Time 212
Bringing It All Together: The Modulation Matrix 213
7.6 Global Parameters and Output Effects 216
7.7 EFM1 and Frequency Modulation Synthesis 216
Modulation on the EFM1 220
Refining Your EFM1 Patches 222
7.8 Component Modeling: Sculpture 222
7.9 Objects 223
7.10 The String 226
7.11 Waveshapers and Beyond 229
7.12 Modulation and Morphing 232
7.13 Creative Sampling 237
The EXS24 Hierarchy: Zones, Groups,
and Editors 237
7.14 The EXS24 Instrument Editor 239
7.15 Creating a New Instrument and Importing
Samples 242
7.16 Changing Zone Properties 244
Key Range 244
Pitch 244
Vel. Range 245
Output 246
Playback 246
Sample 246
Loop 247
7.17 Working with the EXS24’s Groups 248
Advanced Mapping Options 249
7.18 Editing EXS24 Instruments Using the Front Panel 250
Basic Instrument Refinement: Velocity Scaling,
Polyphony, and Envelopes 251
Adding in the Filter 251
Modulation Heaven! 252
Saving Instrument Settings 253
7.19 Ultrabeat 254
Chapter 8 Mixing in Logic 259
8.1 Introduction 259
8.2 Channel Strips: Understanding Your
Virtual Console 260
Audio Channel Strip 260
Instrument Channel Strip 260
Aux Channel Strip 264
Stereo Output Channel Strip 265
MIDI Channel Strips 267
Master Channel Strip 268
8.3 Organizing Your Mixer: What You Do and
Don’t See 268
Mixer Views 269
Viewing by Signal Path 272
Dropping Out Sections of Your Mixer 272
8.4 Folders and the Mixer 273
8.5 Beginning a Mix 275
Basic Part Leveling 275
Applying Equalization and Compression 276
Adding in Further Plug-Ins 278
8.6 Adding Send Effects 280
8.7 Combined Processing Using Aux Channels 283
8.8 Using Groups 285
8.9 Working with Channel Strip Settings 288
8.10 Automation: The Basics 289
8.11 Track-Based versus Region-Based 290
8.12 Automation Modes 292
Write 292
Touch 293
Latch 293
Read 293
8.13 Viewing and Editing Automation 295
8.14 The Automation Menu Options 300
Chapter 9 Mastering in Logic 309
9.1 Introduction 309
9.2 Different Approaches to Mastering 309
Technique 1: iTunes 310
Technique 2: Burn from Logic 310
Technique 3: WaveBurner 311
9.3 Bounce to Disk 311
9.4 Audio Mastering in Logic 314
9.5 Editing Fades 314
9.6 Exporting and Burning 317
9.7 Mastering in WaveBurner 320
9.8 Processing and Editing 322
9.9 Dithering, Bouncing, and Burning 324
Chapter 10 Logic and Multimedia Production 335
10.1 Introduction 335
10.2 Managing Movies 335
Extracting the Movie Audio Content 338
10.3 Global Tracks 339
Markers 339
Detect Scene Changes 341
Working with Tempo and Signature Changes 342
Alternatives 345
Big Displays 346
Spotting Audio 346
10.4 Synchronizing Logic 348
Getting Locked 349
Being the Master 351
10.5 Score Editing and Music Preparation 352
Preparing Your MIDI Files 353
Opening the Score Editor 354
Adding Expression and Score Markings 355
Shrinking to Fit: Score Settings and Score Sets 356
Printing the Parts 357
10.6 Surround Sound in Logic 358
Getting Started 359
10.7 Delivery Formats 365
Bouncing to Stereo and Surround 365
Exporting to DVD 368
Exporting Video with Audio (Dubbing) 372
Chapter 11 Optimizing Logic 375
11.1 Introduction 375
11.2 Templates 375
11.3 Screensets and Windows 377
Link Modes 381
11.4 Key Commands 382
11.5 The Environment 384
Layers and Windows 384
Objects 386
Cables 387
Setting Up MIDI Instruments in the Environment 389
Live MIDI with the Environment 395
External Control with the Environment 396
11.6 Input/Output Labels 400
11.7 Nodes and Distributed Audio Processing 401
Subject Index 407

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