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  1. I’ve tried googling this but I can’t find the exact right answer. I’m trying to have audio I’ve recorded just follow when I make a tempo change to the whole project. How do I do this?
  2. Yes. That’s helpful! I wish there was more to it than select all, like a window for adjusting all parameters with sliders.
  3. Can I make different variables in Flex mode be set to the same value? Say, I’m in Flex Pitch and want there to be no vibrato on a song take. Can I affect all vibrato at once to adhere to the same value, or must I change each instance of separately (like I’m doing now)?
  4. Ok. This is my first really pro release I’m sending for mixing. That’s why I hope that will work fine
  5. Does bouncing again an already bounced file cause degradation? I discovered a small fault I had made in mix for one of my stems and can easily fix it by loading up the bounced file in Logic, fix the issue and bounce again. But is it harmless?
  6. If you cable it the way I did it then it works for all tracks before the arp, which itself is before the synth plug-in. If you want to do it some other way, anything is possible. Well I just want it on this one arp track. I haven’t used the environment so don’t know how to set that up.
  7. You could wire a voice limiter in the environment, and set Voices to 1: Voice Limiter.png Is this voice limiter set on this specific track and before the arpeggiator? Perhaps even before the actual synth plugin? Or how does it work?
  8. Well, since no key press of chords mean the keys are pressed at the exact same moment, the software could determine to play just the note that’s pressed first. Just like with a mono synth. To explain further: This is for live, and the issue is that it’s hard sometimes with the arp not to accidentally hit two keys with too little time margin. And when the latch is on, which I need it to be when playing the song I’m playing, I have to turn on and off the whole plugin to have it h stuck on alternating between the notes I accidentally pressed with to little time gap. Sorry if my English isn’t that good. This is why I want a simple solution for this.
  9. I just want the arp to only play one note, and not, ironically, do an arpeggio. Say if I play a chord, I want it to react to only one of the notes, and not cycle between them.
  10. I don't want the MIDI Arp to react to several notes being pressed at once, but rather react to key presses in sort of MONO mode. Is that possible?
  11. Yes, you probably should generally get into better habits. *But*, for tracks and busses, Logic really doesn't care. Unlike old analog or fixed-point digital devices, there is no distortion penalty for going "over 0dBFS" (or "into the red") internally in Logic, until you hit the outputs, where your nice, high headroom floating point audio is brickwalled to a fixed point format, and anything over 0dBFS is hard clipped. If you are bouncing your tracks out from the regular outputs, then just lower the output fader by however much quiet your want the tracks, and bounce them. Easy peasy, and you'll know next time that should you fail to be good engineer level dude, it's not a massive problem to deal with... I must have misunderstood you. I thought I could just use the Gain plugin on the Stereo Output and bounce individual tracks lower that way. That's not working for me, but I just hear the track lower, but the bounce comes out without level reduction. Edit: Normalise was on on the Bounce window. Yes I am stupid sometimes.
  12. Yes, you probably should generally get into better habits. *But*, for tracks and busses, Logic really doesn't care. Unlike old analog or fixed-point digital devices, there is no distortion penalty for going "over 0dBFS" (or "into the red") internally in Logic, until you hit the outputs, where your nice, high headroom floating point audio is brickwalled to a fixed point format, and anything over 0dBFS is hard clipped. If you are bouncing your tracks out from the regular outputs, then just lower the output fader by however much quiet your want the tracks, and bounce them. Easy peasy, and you'll know next time that should you fail to be good engineer level dude, it's not a massive problem to deal with... Great. Thanks! Not knowing if this approach worked the right way has actually stopped me from finishing projects.
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