And also, I have a very stupid question (sorry), so when I go to the score editor, every track has both treble and bass clefs, and was wondering how to remove one of the staves, so for violins there is only treble, while basses only have bass, thanks!
No offense, but there is a difference between "tricks and tips" and the most basic commands of a program.Thanks guys! Now I have a another stupid problem, every time I play my MIDI keyboard, it adds notes into the region, even if I don't press record (so like step input). It it really annoying as when I'm trying to play something, when I want to record, there is like a cluster of notes in the region. Any help? Thanks!
Sorry, I have searched it on google and I couldn't find it before... Anyways, I've fixed the problem nowNo offense, but there is a difference between "tricks and tips" and the most basic commands of a program.
There is a manual and there are search engines which should be used for questions like this.
Stealing the time of other people because of one is too lazy to do the basic homework should be avoided.
Don't see a need for a separate thread. People ask general Logic questions pretty much all the time anyway on the main Your DAW section. And I agree with Living Fossil. This is a Tips and Tricks thread specifically.Maybe there's need for a separate thread with general Logic questions too?
Good tip... thanks. What I can not understand is... when I have cycle on... say it's set to an 8 bar range... when I start RECORD, but stop before the end of the 8 bars, Logic changes the cycle range to what I recorded. Can I may it STAY on 8 bars regardless of when I stop recording?I'm sure most of you are aware that you can choose to have the playhead play from selected region (see below), but annoyingly, if you have cycle enabled it takes priority and plays from there instead.
Well if you hit shift and space together, it'll ignore cycle and play from the selected region. Bonza!
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It sounds like you have 'auto set locators' enabled in the cycle button dropdown.Good tip... thanks. What I can not understand is... when I have cycle on... say it's set to an 8 bar range... when I start RECORD, but stop before the end of the 8 bars, Logic changes the cycle range to what I recorded. Can I may it STAY on 8 bars regardless of when I stop recording?
Thanks for posting that... quite a few good things covered in that video. I'm pretty new at Logic and VI orchestral work. Does all of his workflow port over to orchestral music? Such as... do you "gain stage" all tracks or just those with loud passages. For example, would you bring a very quiet violin passage up to his -18db average "sweet spot", or leave it alone?
I have been, and still am, confused by gain staging when it comes to virtual instruments - the more videos I watch about gain staging, the more I am confused