Fixing and morphing sound with the Sample Editor


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Fixing and morphing sound with the Sample Editor

If you're recording your audio at CD quality, or 44.1 kHz sampling rate, that means each audio file is made up of 44,100 samples per second. You can do so much with regions in the Arrange window. If you really want complete control over every infinitesimal sample of your audio, you'll have to explore the Sample Editor. Before we get there, let's talk about audio edits. As we discussed in the fades video, edits over a waveform can produce clicks. Technically, this is occurring because we have not edited on the zero crossing.

A zero crossing is where an audio waveform, which constantly oscillates between positive and negative axes, crosses zero. Let's use a magnifying glass and zoom way into the shaker track to reveal the crossing point of this edit. Escape, hit our Zoom tool and let's zoom way in, even more, even more than that. There we go. Here we can see this edit has not been made where the waveform crosses zero, at the middle point. To ensure that your edits happen o...

Fixing and morphing sound with the Sample Editor
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Fixing and morphing sound with the Sample Editor 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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