Building tracks with Ultrabeat


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Building tracks with Ultrabeat

The Ultrabeat software instrument is admittedly daunting at first glance. If you're familiar with how typical drum machines wowrk, you'll be flying with it in no time. If not, no problem. We'll go over some of the basics of Ultrabeat in this video. Let's open Ultrabeat by double-clicking on the plug-in. Next we'll load up a drum kit by going to the Preset menu. Let's try Minimal Electro Kit. Loading a kit loads up to 25 individual drum sounds named on the left in the Assignment section.

As you can see, these sounds correspond to MIDI notes on your MIDI keyboard. They use typical general MIDI mapping. C1 is your kick drum, D1 is your snare, F1 is your hi-hat, if your sound set has those types of sounds. Each sound also has a simple mixer next to it where you can control level, pan, solo and mute. Each sample can be altered by using the large Synthesizer section window to the right. You select the sound you want to alter and change the controls over here to alter that so...

Building tracks with Ultrabeat
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Building tracks with Ultrabeat provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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