Organizing zones with groups


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Organizing zones with groups

Let's take a look at using the groups in EXS24. So you can assign multiple zones to a group, and that way that gives you editing control over many zones at once. What I want do is pull in the sound that we were experimenting with before. So it's a sampler instrument. I'm going to load it here, and it's in this ESX24_Setup menu. So these are the instruments that are associated with the exercise file ESX24_Setup. So I'm going to select this one, Synth_Velocity. So this is the sound from before. I'll play it. (music playing) There are different velocity layers, and the higher velocities have more reverb and are louder, but the problem is when I play the note at a high velocity, and I let go of it, that reverb tail cuts off.

So before we had the solution of using one-shot mode on the higher velocity so that they ring out. And that works okay, but there's a little bit of an unnatural transition. So another way that we could remedy this problem is by creating different gr...

Organizing zones with groups
Video duration: 7m 4s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Organizing zones with groups 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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