Using Logic's step input


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Using Logic's step input

Step Input MIDI recording gives you another way to compose MIDI events. This mode literally allows you to step in each event one at a time without recording in real-time. It's useful for a more methodical approach to building parts or chords. It can also be used to make very fast and intricate parts that would be impossible to play in real time. Step Input can be performed with or without an external MIDI keyboard. In fact, Logic has a special pop-up window called, you guessed it, the Step Input Keyboard. Let's open it by going to the Options menu and choosing Step Input Keyboard.

Then we get a pop-up window here that we can use to manage our step inputting. Across the top of the keyboard, we have note length represented. To the right, we have note velocities represented with musical notations from pianissimo to fortissimo. The ppp is our lowest velocity and the fff is our highest velocity. Of course, we have the corresponding keys below that we'll use to write in our Step Inp...

Using Logic's step input
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Using Logic's step input 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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