yamahadrums wrote:1. To see the Aux in the Arrange window go to Mixer, right click on the Aux and select Create...whatever it was, can't remember now. To create separate audio files for each Aux you have to send them to an Audio track and enable it for record.
2. Why use Pre fade metering? Use post fade so to be able to control the levels. And if you sent all the components to an Aux tracks you can easily control their levels from the corresponding Aux channel.
3. Click on Window and open individually whatever you want-Mixer, Environment, Piano Roll etc.
Adenil wrote:Honestly, I only used Pre-Fader metering because one of the Logic tutorials on Apple's website said to make sure to enable it before recording audio
David wrote:Adenil wrote:Honestly, I only used Pre-Fader metering because one of the Logic tutorials on Apple's website said to make sure to enable it before recording audio
That's odd, because Pre-Fader metering doesn't make any difference when recording audio (when recording, your meter is always pre-fader, independently of that setting).
OK this thread is now answered, but please, next time post one topic per thread, thanks!
yamahadrums wrote:I am not talking about the Aux levels. They are part of Logic. Anyway, I found info on the net. There is mixer inside Addictive drums program itself. Pull down the faders inside Addictive drums mixer. Obviously the signal you send to the Aux channels is premodulated. Try this to see if it helps.
yamahadrums wrote:I don't think the clipping has stopped. It's just masked by the other sounds.
yamahadrums wrote:Send the Aux to a Bus, then create new Audio track and from the I/O menu on the channel strip select the Bus you sent the signal through. Enable Record and that's it. With this method you choose what amount of the signal you send. Now you can set it to Pre fade so the signal will not be nepednent on the Aux fader.
The second method is to select Output Bus 1 e.g. instead of 1-2, then again on the Audio track select the corresponding Bus from the I/O menu.
yamahadrums wrote:The next step is to Record enable each Audio track and hit Record. This is the more efficient CPU saving method. The other is to demix the MIDI region by Pitch and then export as audio each track, but this method will load Addictive drums on every channel and will load the CPU too much.
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