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David Nahmani

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  1. Well you definitely came to the right place! I wrote a book that will take you from the beginning stages of producing music with Logic Pro all the way down to mixing and mastering. The newer version is out on Peachpit: https://www.peachpit.com/store/logic-pro-apple-pro-training-series-professional-music-9780137904105 — it should be out on Amazon as well shortly: https://www.logicprohelp.com/logic-pro-x-book/
  2. Thanks a lot! I appreciate your kind words. Happy to hear you're sorted with your issue. 😃
  3. Great, you're welcome. It's a subtle difference but it's there. I'm not 100% convinced that I hear it as elevation either but oh well, it's only a simulation.
  4. Maybe it's because you're using an older version of Logic Pro? I have no problems zooming in on your file here in Logic Pro 10.7.4.
  5. Yes, I hear a difference, it's as if adding elevation adds a bit of ambiance, like a short reverb, whereas bring the sound back to ear level is drier, more compact. Try this: Elevation Test.zip
  6. You can do it in the MIDI Environment but I find that using the Scripter plug-in is more elegant. But both can work, yes.
  7. It's hard to tell. That screenshot shows only one single assignment, and we can't see which parameter is selected in the Parameter column. The assignments appear to be the pitch bend wheel and a Note on event. I can't see how that could affect how the mod wheel is working, but I've seen stranger things happen. It's always possible that you had a corrupted control surface preference file and that by editing it you rewrote a fixed file. In any case, good to hear you're sorted! 😃
  8. You're correct, I was just trying to guess how he could have regions listed in the Event List that are not visible in the Tracks view, but it's highly unlikely that was the case.
  9. You're welcome. Let us know if you need help with that. I remember writing a simple script for remapping one note to another, it should be in the MIDI FX Script section of this forum.
  10. I meant they could have been automation regions, here's an example of (hidden) automation regions (see the third one):
  11. He's actually a member here as well and goes by the name of @speakerfood.
  12. Maybe it's the nature of the audio track you're working with. Try it with a drummer track?
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