Join Joe Godfrey for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding what the parts tell you, part of Logic Pro 8 Essential Training.
Well, I'm back in the Orchestral layout because I've added a simple trumpet part. …I've muted everything else and I wanted to tell you a little bit about…what the parts can tell you about the piece you've written.…Composers and arrangers go to school to learn these instruments and their…ranges, and just in the trumpet family you've got bass trumpet, and B-flat…trumpet and C trumpet and A trumpet and a bunch of other trumpets and other keys…that are used for baroque music.…You've got piccolo trumpet, cornet, flugelhorn.…I think that's all of them, but maybe I left somebody out.…
Lots of trumpets in the trumpet family, and then you've got mutes that change…the color of all those different horns.…Well, don't be intimidated if you don't know the ranges of all these instruments…because you can tell a lot just by looking at the part.…Most pitched instruments have about a three-octave range.…Piano and Harp are the obvious exceptions, and the very high ranges of each…instrument are usually louder than the lowest ranges.…
- Creating and customizing screensets
- Using channel strips
- Working with loops
- Creating a live tracking session
- Exploring the potential of sound sculpting
- Creating audio for video
- Editing, mixing, and remixing
- Prepping and printing scores
- Burning discs with WaveBurner
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting Up Logic
2. Exploring Your Workspace
3. Working with Loops
4. Tracking and Mixing a Live Performance
5. Tracking and Mixing Virtual Instruments
6. Creating Audio for Video
9. Prepping and Printing Scores
10. Using Project Manager
Archiving your project5m 14s
11. Using Waveburner
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