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Giving thanks to Logic...


sayenex

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Cheesy, I know,

 

but things I'm thankful for in Logic...

 

1. The Match EQ. holy freak, I used this for the first time about 2 months ago, and now I can't imagine my life without it.

 

2. the "q strength" parameter. makes my piano playing sound great, but not robotic.

 

 

feel free to add any, dorks

 

(i'll probably be the only one)

 

Evan

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1. channel strips

2. The quick and easy way to freeze tracks.

3. Offline bouncing.

4. The many, many virtual instruments.

5. The ability to finally use busses to record through

6.The many many tracks available to record with

7. Not having to be a slave to any one particular brand of audio interface.

 

more to come later

 

I need to get back to work

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Cheesy, I know,

 

but things I'm thankful for in Logic...

 

1. The Match EQ. holy freak, I used this for the first time about 2 months ago, and now I can't imagine my life without it.

 

2. the "q strength" parameter. makes my piano playing sound great, but not robotic.

 

 

feel free to add any, dorks

 

(i'll probably be the only one)

 

Evan

:oops:

 

 

could u explain the q strength parameter how to use it ?

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record some notes - highlight them. if you quantise them at 100% they snap rigidly to the grid and it sounds robotic. If you use the quantise strength parameter you can apply say only 70% quantise strength.....meaning the notes will be in time but not pulled as rigidly to the grid....it leaves some element of mistiming/groove depending on your playing :wink:

 

you choose how much.

 

access it via

 

I think....

 

view/extended parameters

 

then look in the channel strip at the top and q strength is there.

 

enjoy

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