Introduction to the step sequencer


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Introduction to the step sequencer

One of my favorite aspects of Ultrabeat is the Step Sequencer, and that's this whole area down at the bottom. The Step Sequencer allows all Ultrabeat sounds to be combined in patterns based on sequences for each individual sound. The design is loosely based on analog sequencers and drum machines, like the Roland TR series, but Ultrabeat actually goes a step further and allows you to program automated changes for nearly every synthesizer parameter. So depending on what your musical task is, you might use the built-in Step Sequencer, or you might want to use just Logic's arrangement here.

So for drum sounds and for these first 24 voices in Ultrabeat, probably using a Step Sequencer is going to be the easiest and most effective way of programming the sounds. The 25th voice, which you can play chromatically and is typically it's bass sound or some kind of synth sound, that's probably easier to program just in the arrangement. It's easier to control pitch that way. Whatever ...

Introduction to the step sequencer
Video duration: 5m 54s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Introduction to the step sequencer provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Brian Trifon as part of the Virtual Instruments in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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