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Transitioning from fl9 to Logic Pro x


Koreywade

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So far I hate hate hate it! I used fl studio for about 7 years and got a new Mac book. I guess I could bootcamp it but I just spent 200$ on logic.. My main concern is, in fl I would program drums and instruments with the piano roll/pattern window and just drop them right into the multi track mix window. There has to be a better way to make drums than this drummer program. I don't want to use loops I wanna use my individual drum hit recordings and form the beats myself in the piano roll. This might be a dumb question but can someone help me?
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I don't want to use loops I wanna use my individual drum hit recordings and form the beats myself in the piano roll. This might be a dumb question but can someone help me?

 

Sounds like you need to load your sounds in a sampler (Logic's EXS24, for example) and then just program your beats using the piano roll or the step editor.

 

So far I hate hate hate it! I used fl studio for about 7 years and got a new Mac book.

 

After working 7 years in FL, that's an expected reaction. You'll need to spend sometime finding the best workflow for you in Logic. It would be best to get familiar with what it has to offer instead of trying to do everything the way you used to in FL.

 

J.

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