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Hello,

 

I couldn't find a topic for this but I apologize if it's been answered before.

 

I have an audio track and when I look at its inspector, I see a bunch of MIDI parameters such as Quantize, Velocity, MIDI Channel, etc.

 

How can I change it so that I can see audio parameters such as Follow Tempo?

 

Thank you!

 

Hipsig

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Hello,

 

I couldn't find a topic for this but I apologize if it's been answered before.

 

I have an audio track and when I look at its inspector, I see a bunch of MIDI parameters such as Quantize, Velocity, MIDI Channel, etc.

 

How can I change it so that I can see audio parameters such as Follow Tempo?

 

Thank you!

 

Hipsig

 

You mean like when you drag a green or blue apple loop into the track?

 

Have a look in the manual

 

"... 526 Chapter 23 Adjusting the Tempo of Audio Regions

Using the Follow Tempo Function

Audio files recorded in Logic Pro can follow the project tempo—inclusive of tempo

changes—set in the global tracks.

Note: These audio files can also follow the first key signature set in the global tracks.

For more information, see “Working With Time and Key Signatures” on page 723.

As an example: If you record a bass solo at 100 bpm, you can change the project

tempo to 120 bpm and the bass solo will automatically be played back at the new

tempo.

The function works with all audio files that were recorded in, or bounced/exported

from, Logic Pro.

The function only works in the parent project (the project the audio files were created

in). If you drag a file recorded in a given project to another project with the Finder, the

file can not follow the project tempo.

Bounced or exported files can only follow the project tempo if the “Add resulting files

to Audio Bin” option was enabled in the Export or Bounce window—prior to the

bounce or export.

Files copied between two projects retain the ability to follow the project tempo.

The project’s tempo information is used to tag the beats in the recording. The function

works best if your audio files match the project tempo as precisely as possible. The

longer your audio files are, the more RAM is required for this functionality to work

properly. "

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Thanks shivermetimbers.

 

No, I'm talking about an audio track where I've recorded an electric bass. When I select the track header and view the inspector, I only see MIDI parameters. I don't see Follow Tempo anywhere.

 

Hipsig

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Thanks David.

 

I might be missing something. Here's a screenshot of what I'm talking about.

 

I was assuming the column to the left was the inspector but maybe it isn't.

 

Thanks again.

 

Hipsig

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The column is called the Inspector, the box at the top of the inspector is called the region parameter box. It shows you different parameters depending on the selected region. You need to select an audio region to see its parameters. Right now you have a take folder selected.
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Hi,

 

Apologies for posting my original question again.

 

[i have an audio track and when I look at its inspector, I see a bunch of MIDI parameters such as Quantize, Velocity, MIDI Channel, etc.

 

How can I change it so that I can see audio parameters such as Follow Tempo? ]

 

I selected an Audio region as David suggested but I still get only MIDI parameters. You can see a screenshot of my situation in my post above.

 

Thanks

Hipsig

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Isn't that how you select a region in the take folder as David suggested in the previous post?

 

No. Right now you've selected a take out of a take folder. You can choose "Flatten" from the take folder menu to transform the take folder into an audio region (the selected take). Then you'll see that region's parameters.

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