Conforming tempo, region to session, or session to region


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Conforming tempo, region to session, or session to region

When you are using loops and samples that you or someone else recorded, you might not always know the tempo of the loop you are dropping into your project. Logic has some ways to deal with this issue. Let's listen to the song we have going. (Music playing.) It's a nice little 8 bar arrangement, but it needs some drums.

Over in our browser, we have something called dope beat 2 bar. Let's click on it to hear it. Hit the Play button if it doesn't play automatically. (Drums playing.) I like the sound of that. Let's see if it works with our arrangement. I am going to click on it and drag it into the Arrange window, underneath the Jazz Standard track. But actually, before I drop it, I am going to move it to bar 3. I can use the handy pop-up indicator to tell me when I am at bar 3 and then let go of the mouse. Okay. Let's see how this works with our song.

Click back in the Arrange window and hit Play. (Music playing.) Sounds kind of like a train wreck. Something is not right. I don&...

Conforming tempo, region to session, or session to region
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Conforming tempo, region to session, or session to region provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Logic Pro
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