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  • bought logic 9 yesterday - first bit of music made in it!

    http://soundcloud.com/cresshead-1/procession-logic-9

    based on the new order song Procession

    have to say learning curve is not too bad so far...no idea how to make a fade out yet!!
    using soft synths and drums in logic...they're not too bad..drums are okay and so is the pick bass.
    http://www.cresshead.comhttp://soundcloud.com/cresshead-1Korg Volca Bass, Logic Pro 9, Arturia Mini Brute, Roland sh-01 - korg electribe emx - Blofeld - Nanozwerg - yamaha RX5 - CS1X - Korg DDD1 - Trackman -ipad3

  • #2
    great tune !

    volume automation:
    select the track you want to fade out. hit "a" on the keyboard for automation. it should be set to volume in the drop down menu on the left side. you can use it for volume or pretty much any other parameter happening on that track. click where you want the fadeout to start and a little 'node' thing appears on the volume line. then click and drag the line down to where you want it to end.

    when it hit me how simple and powerful the automation was i had to lay down lol

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    • #3
      excellent thanks for the tip!
      http://www.cresshead.comhttp://soundcloud.com/cresshead-1Korg Volca Bass, Logic Pro 9, Arturia Mini Brute, Roland sh-01 - korg electribe emx - Blofeld - Nanozwerg - yamaha RX5 - CS1X - Korg DDD1 - Trackman -ipad3

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      • #4
        Can that be run on an iPad?
        "I remember when dubstep was just called "LFO-Locked-Filter-On-Square-Wave-Bass-Synth" in the '60s" - Alan Parsons

        Kurzweil PC3♦Alesis Fusion 6HD♦Alesis Quadrasynth+Piano (3)♦Alesis QS7.1 (2)♦Alesis QSR♦ Alesis S4+♦Alesis DMPRO♦Evolution MK-461C♦Rhodes Mark II Stage 73♦Roland JX-8P♦Kawai K1 & K1m♦

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        • #5
          Can that be run on an iPad?


          well there's garageband, i have that on ipad and love the smart instruments where you can strum a guitar and whack virtual drums!...it's also incredibly cheap!...and will export to garageband on imac which then means you can open it up in logic too...excellent workflow
          http://www.cresshead.comhttp://soundcloud.com/cresshead-1Korg Volca Bass, Logic Pro 9, Arturia Mini Brute, Roland sh-01 - korg electribe emx - Blofeld - Nanozwerg - yamaha RX5 - CS1X - Korg DDD1 - Trackman -ipad3

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          • #6
            Was waiting for the robert smith vocals to kick in...
            WTB: Allen & Heath Xone VF-1 Filter

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            • #7
              Was waiting for the robert smith vocals to kick in...


              cheers!...it's from a new order song basically...just wanted something to try out that i hadn't done before!

              logic users?...Q. can i use the amp simulators that are made for plugin a real guitar in for instead for pluging on a keyboard soft synth?
              http://www.cresshead.comhttp://soundcloud.com/cresshead-1Korg Volca Bass, Logic Pro 9, Arturia Mini Brute, Roland sh-01 - korg electribe emx - Blofeld - Nanozwerg - yamaha RX5 - CS1X - Korg DDD1 - Trackman -ipad3

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              • #8
                http://soundcloud.com/cresshead-1/procession-logic-9

                based on the new order song Procession

                have to say learning curve is not too bad so far...no idea how to make a fade out yet!!
                using soft synths and drums in logic...they're not too bad..drums are okay and so is the pick bass.


                Right on man that sounds ****************ing fantastic!!!! Very cool...I've had Logic Pro 9 for years and absolutely love it, I've had experience with pretty much every other DAW out there and it is far and away my fav....Did you do everything in the soundcloud track just using the stock instruments and plug-ins it came with? Like I said it sounds absolutely ****************ing great man...As for leanring the automation and fade-outs and all that, I know this is gonna sound like snarky or obvious adcvice, but seriously man read the manual, I know it's like 1300 ****************ing pages but that was the only way that I really got a handle on how to do all the stuff that I wanted to do, and I was able to get so much more out of it...Keep on rockin'!
                Originally Posted by co&cafan808


                chevybusa ****************in delivers the lulz!!!



                Using and abusing Reason 4.0 (with tons of ReFills) and Logic 9 (with tons of soft synths, VSTi's and plug-ins)
                via
                a Yamaha S80 (with 2 FC7's, an FC5, an FC3, and a BC3a) and a Behringer BCR2000
                on
                a 4GB 2.53GHz Intel Core Duo Mac Mini
                with
                AKG K77 headphones or M-Audio BX5a Deluxe monitors.







                Originally Posted by OldGuitarPlayer


                Ahhh...John Cage. The ultimate troll.









                Originally Posted by Anderton


                Just remember...machines don't kill music, people do.

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                • #9
                  great tune !

                  volume automation:
                  select the track you want to fade out. hit "a" on the keyboard for automation. it should be set to volume in the drop down menu on the left side. you can use it for volume or pretty much any other parameter happening on that track. click where you want the fadeout to start and a little 'node' thing appears on the volume line. then click and drag the line down to where you want it to end.

                  when it hit me how simple and powerful the automation was i had to lay down lol


                  +INFINITY!!!!
                  Originally Posted by co&cafan808


                  chevybusa ****************in delivers the lulz!!!



                  Using and abusing Reason 4.0 (with tons of ReFills) and Logic 9 (with tons of soft synths, VSTi's and plug-ins)
                  via
                  a Yamaha S80 (with 2 FC7's, an FC5, an FC3, and a BC3a) and a Behringer BCR2000
                  on
                  a 4GB 2.53GHz Intel Core Duo Mac Mini
                  with
                  AKG K77 headphones or M-Audio BX5a Deluxe monitors.







                  Originally Posted by OldGuitarPlayer


                  Ahhh...John Cage. The ultimate troll.









                  Originally Posted by Anderton


                  Just remember...machines don't kill music, people do.

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                  • #10
                    cheers!...it's from a new order song basically...just wanted something to try out that i hadn't done before!

                    logic users?...Q. can i use the amp simulators that are made for plugin a real guitar in for instead for pluging on a keyboard soft synth?


                    Absolutely! You just need an audio to digital converter, I've had great results with the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2, I think it'd be perfect for what you need (unelss you need a lot more channels simultaneously)...you can just plug your guitar into the interface, then create an audio track (and of course make sure it's set it to the interface) then just use the amp sim plugs on that channel or put the amp sim channel plugs on a bus and run your guitar through that bus...
                    Originally Posted by co&cafan808


                    chevybusa ****************in delivers the lulz!!!



                    Using and abusing Reason 4.0 (with tons of ReFills) and Logic 9 (with tons of soft synths, VSTi's and plug-ins)
                    via
                    a Yamaha S80 (with 2 FC7's, an FC5, an FC3, and a BC3a) and a Behringer BCR2000
                    on
                    a 4GB 2.53GHz Intel Core Duo Mac Mini
                    with
                    AKG K77 headphones or M-Audio BX5a Deluxe monitors.







                    Originally Posted by OldGuitarPlayer


                    Ahhh...John Cage. The ultimate troll.









                    Originally Posted by Anderton


                    Just remember...machines don't kill music, people do.

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                    • #11
                      well there's garageband, i have that on ipad and love the smart instruments where you can strum a guitar and whack virtual drums!...it's also incredibly cheap!...and will export to garageband on imac which then means you can open it up in logic too...excellent workflow


                      I don't have any Apple computers. But I would buy an iPad to run Logic.
                      "I remember when dubstep was just called "LFO-Locked-Filter-On-Square-Wave-Bass-Synth" in the '60s" - Alan Parsons

                      Kurzweil PC3♦Alesis Fusion 6HD♦Alesis Quadrasynth+Piano (3)♦Alesis QS7.1 (2)♦Alesis QSR♦ Alesis S4+♦Alesis DMPRO♦Evolution MK-461C♦Rhodes Mark II Stage 73♦Roland JX-8P♦Kawai K1 & K1m♦

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