Editing notes, keys, and time signatures


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Editing notes, keys, and time signatures

One of the most powerful features of the Score Editor is that it allows you to compose multi-instrumental parts as MIDI and then prepare them for a real session. In this video, we'll learn how to take a MIDI mockup of a string part and transcribe it successfully in the Score Editor. Here's a section of a song, where a string part, using Violin and Viola was sketched out via MIDI. Let's take a listen. (Music playing.) We want to prepare these parts, using the Score Editor, for a real session with 3 Violins and 3 Viola players.

Right now, these MIDI regions in the song use the EXS24 sampler for their sounds. Before doing anything else in the Score Editor, we should quantize the regions. This will make sure that note durations are solid in the score. So let's click on Violins 2 region and go up to the Region parameters box and we'll quantize to 16th note. I'll do the same for the Violas region. Okay, now let's look at the parts in the Score window. Select the Violins ...

Editing notes, keys, and time signatures
Video duration: 3m 35s 5h 25m Beginner

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Editing notes, keys, and time signatures 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
Software:
Logic Pro
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