8 minute Screencast to show you how to set up Hyper Editor in Logic Pro 9 to allow step input beat creation, similar to Drum editor on Cubase or FLStudio step input for drums. If you just want a bullet point list of how to set it up skip to 5 minutes for a written list. I first saw this tip on the Sound On Sound website….
This video shows Ableton Live’s arrange view for a track born out of some Synth patches & Drum Rack patches I created. I also used a chord effect from an excellent tutorial from Danny J Lewis, check it out here http://youtu.be/JgCmADNG_rQ
I used Operator, Drum Rack, Max For Live’s Mono Sequencer and MIDI LFO’s as the main effects, tools and sounds…
First of 3 screencasts showing basic sequencing techniques in logic Pro 9 – First video shows different ways to input MIDI, including real time input, step input and clicking notes in with a mouse.
This 15 minute video shows how to create a simple filter sweeping pad in Ableton’s Operator Synth using Frequency Modulation, Pitch Envelopes, LFO’s and Auto Filter.
This 14 minute video explains how to set up and edit a multi sample instrument using a selection of pitched samples. It shows how to change the root notes of the zones and how to edit the sound including envelopes, oscillator, filters and pitch envelopes.