Working with takes recording and comping


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Working with takes recording and comping

When you record, it's very common to record more than one try or take of a performance. Each time you record over a region on a track Logic saves the information and later lets you edit the best of all the takes into one final composite or comp. It's like a "best of" all the recordings. This process is known in the audio world is comping takes. This video we will go over how to master Quick Swipe comping in Logic Pro. In this project we see the vocal track looks a little different than what we're used to. It has a disclosure triangle on the left, another pulldown menu on the right, and a toggle button next to that.

All of these icons tell us that this is a region that includes multiple takes or to be more technical, it is a packed take folder. You can see the contents of the packed take folder by opening the disclosure triangle on the left. You can see here that it's made up of three takes. At the very top, this region is the current comp. It's what we hear w...

Working with takes recording and comping
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Working with takes recording and comping 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
Software:
Logic Pro
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