Using channel strips to select a virtual sound


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Using channel strips to select a virtual sound

Once you start composing with MIDI in Logic, you might start to feel that the sound possibilities and options are endless. For some, this can be overwhelming. To help with this, Logic has come up with a really easy way to get the right sound for your track without futzing with controls and plug-ins for hours and hours. These are called channel strip settings and you can use them to work with awesome pre-made sounds or to store and recall the ones that you've carefully created yourself. In this project, we have a track called Fisa. It has some MIDI information in it but there is no sound on the input of the channel strip.

You can see that here. Let's use channel strip settings to dial in a sound. Go up to the Setting button at the top of the channel strip, and let's click and hold it, we'll go into Keyboards, Warped Organs, and Old Box Organ. As you can see it just loaded up the channel strip with the bunch of plug-ins and an instrument, the EVB3, on the input of the channel...

Using channel strips to select a virtual sound
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Using channel strips to select a virtual sound 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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