Logic Articulation Set #s

kmaster

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Is there an "official" list of Articulation Set articulation numbers?

Or do you all just make it up as you go along?

Or do you try to conform to, say, the Babylonwaves Art Conductor standard? (@babylonwaves, have you released this list?)

How do you handle your arts?
 

ptram

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I base my sets on Spitfire's UACC numbering. Since Logic allows for double the numbers, I put variations of the base set in the upper 128 numbers.

Paolo
 

A.G

Active Member
Is there an "official" list of Articulation Set articulation numbers?
Or do you all just make it up as you go along?
Logic offers up to 256 ID# which is quite enough to create your own Articulations order which is dependent on the Libraries you own. Some VIs are quite different so I cannot say that they can be categorized in the same Art# standard. For example, you can create one Art# order for VSL Instruments, another for Spitfire etc.
The upcoming AG X-DAW Art Pro offers a multi Maps selection/grouping the Art ID numbers 0-256, which is a sort of a new batch editing so you can organize your Art# groups for a few seconds.
Now AG X-DAW supports import Logic or Cubase Maps (custom or 3rd party) so you can do all sorts of conversion and customization just for seconds.
 

ptram

Senior Member
The beauty of having similar articulations from different libraries assigned to the same ID is that you can easily exchange sounds for the same part. Logic allows to freely sort the list entries, so you can use a different order for each library, going for the one best fitting that particular library. What's important is that ID numbers continue to match the same type of articulation in each set, so that each note continues to be assigned to that type of articulation.

Paolo
 
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kmaster

kmaster

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The beauty of having similar articulations from different libraries assigned to the same ID is that you can easily exchange sounds for the same part. Logic allows to freely sort the list entry, so you can use a different order for each library, going for the one best fitting that particular library. What's important is that ID numbers continue to match the same type of articulation in each set, so that each note continues to be assigned to that type of articulation.

Paolo
This is the use I would like to have a better implementation of