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Automation in Logic - Kahlil, Alvaro, Meurig &Fred (MT3 Y1)
Transcript of Automation in Logic - Kahlil, Alvaro, Meurig &Fred (MT3 Y1)
Touch: This setting is usually best used when drawing in automation live using a mouse (Live being while the track is playing). This is because when the mouse or control is released, the parameter will return to its original setting.
Latch: Latch is again used for live recording, but I would say is more useful when using a controller. This is because the parameter will stay at whatever setting it is at when the mouse or control is released.
Write: This function comes with a warning from both logic and myself. Write will record automation in live, but will record every single parameter on the channel at the same time. This means that whatever parameters you are not controlling, there will still be automation recorded for them at whatever setting they are on. USE WITH CAUTION. In Logic What parameters can you automate? Almost everything,including parameters within Synthetizers, EQ, Filters, Reverbs, Mixer and many more. How to access Automation in Logic Like most things in Logic there are three main ways to access the Automation view within Logic. How to apply Automation There are several ways to input automation data into Logic but this is a demonstration for the 'Read' settings. How to curve Automation Go to 'View' at the top (Next to 'File' & 'Edit') and select the Automation Pressing the letter 'A' on the Keyboard Clicking on the 'Automation' box at the top on the arrange window. Next to 'Auto Zoom' & 'Flex Time' Once you have got your automation view up To automate the filter cutoff of the instrument you need to click where it sais volume (in yellow). Hover over your desired instrument, in this case the ESP, and select the cutoff. Simply click where you desire to have the parameter edits. In order to curve automation you must
access the tool menu in the top right of the screen (or hit the esc key), and select the automation curve tool. Once the tool is selected, simply click and drag the yellow line to your desired curve. How to copy/paste automation Select automation select tool in the tool menu in the top right of screen, or hit the esc key. When automation select tool is selected, click and drag until all desired automation is highlighted and simply copy and paste using t