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Apple Pro Training Series: Logic Pro X 10.1: Professional Music Production by David Nahmani

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Lesson 5. Recording MIDI and Using Controllers

Lesson Files

Logic Pro X Files > Lessons > 05 Dub Beat

Time

This lesson takes approximately 120 minutes to complete.

Goals

Record MIDI performances

Quantize MIDI recordings

Merge a MIDI recording with an existing MIDI region

Record MIDI in take folders

Create drum rolls and erase notes on the fly

Create Track Stacks

Save layered synthesizer patches

Map and assign Smart Controls

Record MIDI in step input mode

Use MIDI effects

Control Logic from an iPad using Logic Remote

MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) was created in 1983 to standardize the way electronic musical instruments communicate. Today, MIDI is extensively used throughout the music industry to record and program synthesizers and ...

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