Understanding the basics of MIDI recording


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Understanding the basics of MIDI recording

Recording MIDI in Logic is like recording audio, except that there are some more possibilities and options to know about when you overdub. Remember that MIDI events are tiny in file size and unlike sampled audio they're stored inside your .logic project file. Let's learn how to set up and record MIDI. You're either going to record live MIDI from your attached MIDI keyboard or via the handy Caps Lock Keyboard. Either way the concepts are the same. Here we have a simple project. The two tracks above are audio backing tracks for the MIDI lead we're about to record.

A Lead Synth track software instrument has already been made. It's using the ES2 as a software synthesizer. For software instrument tracks there's no need to record enable the track manually. As you see, once the track is selected it already pops into record enable on its own. Let's play some notes to make sure we're getting MIDI input from our MIDI keyboard. (Music playing.) Now let's check our set...

Understanding the basics of MIDI recording
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Understanding the basics of MIDI recording 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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