Learn how to create custom rhythms in Pro Tools.
- [Instructor] All right, now that we've called up…a couple of different presets, I want to talk…about building quick patterns, okay?…So, each of these presets has it's own patterns…and they're very easy to clear just by hitting…the clear button.…So let's play this…(Techno music)…I'm going to put it on one…(music slows down)…okay,…(music stops)…maybe I'm not totally in love with that,…I can actually just hit the clear button…and start from scratch.…So there are a couple of different ways to…edit these patterns, okay, we've got…the grid up here that actually can be very handy,…but it's a little complicated to start with,…so I'm going to jump down here to edit mode,…and I'm going to go to pattern edit, okay.…
What pattern edit is going to allow me to do…is actually create individual patterns…for each of my individual drum sounds,…kick, snare, rim, clap and so on.…So if I click on kick, (single kick drum)…I'm going to see that I have sixteen steps,…This is reminiscent of the Roland TR-808,…its sort of the gold standard for drum machine sequencers,…
- Drum machine basics and loading presets
- Tweaking sounds to build a custom kit
- Using pattern select for performance
- Tonewheel Organ and Mini Grand basics
- Browsing and loading with Structure Free
- Resampling and slicing
- MIDI routing, arp, and mod
- Working with Vacuum
Skill Level Intermediate
Get In the Mix with Pro Toolswith Brian Lee White2h 46m Intermediate
2. Vintage Keys
3. Structure Free
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