Join Joe Godfrey for an in-depth discussion in this video Coloring Regions, part of Logic Pro 8 Essential Training.
Well, we started this chapter by talking about the customization in Logic and…part of the customization of Logic is your ability to define region colors.…You can use colors to identify sections of your arrangement or particular track types.…Sometimes I use colors in the sense of tone colors and I make bright things like…trumpets red and darker things like cellos dark blue or purple or maybe warm…things like a nylon guitar gold or brown.…
You can also make the regions in your intro one color, the verses another color and…use the colors in the structural way, not in a tone color way.…So let's take this pop song region that's sitting out here in front of the song…and click on the Colors button, and let's make it, because it's an intro,…let's make it kind of a gold color.…And then we could take this bass part, which really doesn't look good in green.…It's maybe best in black or maybe kind of a dark color because it's a bass part…so maybe a dark red.…
This vocal is kind of the star of the show, so it wants to be maybe a bright color…
- Creating and customizing screensets
- Using channel strips
- Working with loops
- Creating a live tracking session
- Exploring the potential of sound sculpting
- Creating audio for video
- Editing, mixing, and remixing
- Prepping and printing scores
- Burning discs with WaveBurner
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting Up Logic
2. Exploring Your Workspace
3. Working with Loops
4. Tracking and Mixing a Live Performance
5. Tracking and Mixing Virtual Instruments
6. Creating Audio for Video
9. Prepping and Printing Scores
10. Using Project Manager
Archiving your project5m 14s
11. Using Waveburner
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