Learning how to use MIDI with Cycle Record


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Learning how to use MIDI with Cycle Record

Unlike audio files, MIDI events are extremely flexible and lightweight. One benefit of this is the ability to merge a new MIDI recording with an old one. Other possibilities in Logic include unique cycle record features and the good old takes folder, similar to what we saw in the Quick Swipe video. Let's check this out. You can manage how Logic deals as multiple MIDI takes in the Project Setting Recording Preferences. Under the MIDI section, where it says Overlapping Recordings, you can manage what Logic will do when you'll cycle record MIDI. Let's change this to Create take folders for our first try.

In this mode, when we cycle record Logic will make take folders for each pass. Let's go into Cycle Mode by hitting C on our keyboard. Now we're going to record a MIDI pass on this Lead synth track. We'll let it loop several times. (Music playing.) When we hit Stop you see have a packed take folder.

This takes folder works a lot like the take folder we've learned ...

Learning how to use MIDI with Cycle Record
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Learning how to use MIDI with Cycle Record 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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