Punching in to replace bad audio


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Punching in to replace bad audio

Punch recording allows musicians to record over problem areas in a recording take. The name comes from the old analog days when the engineer had to carefully punch the Record button in and out, careful not to erase what was needed. In this lesson you will learn how Logic makes audio punch recording a safe and easy way to fix that problem take and turn it into one solid performance. In this project we have a slide guitar overdub part that was just recorded. Let's listen. (Music playing.) It sounds pretty cool, but it has some problems.

The second phrase, from bar 17 to 130, is pitchy and flat. Let's check that part out. (Music playing.) Otherwise, it's a good part. The cool thing is the guitarist is still in the booth. So let's use audio punch recording to fix this part. There are two ways to use punch recording. One is to set a predetermined time to punch in and let Logic do the punching for us. It will the punch in and punch out automatically. The other is to punch on the fl...

Punching in to replace bad audio
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Punching in to replace bad audio provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Logic Pro
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