Using the EXS24 sampler


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Using the EXS24 sampler

Unlike the synthesis and emulator instruments, which create sound, sampling instruments use prerecorded audio files to create incredibly realistic sounding instruments. This is awesome because aside from drawing from Logic's extensive library of sampled instruments, you can record your own samples, even bring in samples from outside sample libraries. Let's check out Logic's sampler, the EXS24. When you'll open the EXS24 by double- clicking it in the channel strip, you may be surprised that there are no presets in the usual Preset menu where you find lots of sounds for software instruments.

This is because in order to load sample banks for the EXS24, you must use the Sampler Instrument field directly above the Cutoff knob. In here, you have all of your instruments, from multilayer orchestral string sections to every orchestral instrument by itself, to bass and electric guitars, pianos, horns and drums sets. Let's hear a few of the hundreds of library samples. Here is a Ful...

Using the EXS24 sampler
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Using the EXS24 sampler 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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