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Watch How to Fix The Timing Of Multi-Track Drums in Logic Pro X
Rounik Sethi on Wed, June 8th | 0 comments
So, the timing isn’t great in that drum performance you recorded? No need to call the drummer back. Logic Pro X’s Flex Tools can rescue most situations.

In this 8 minute video tutorial, Booker Edwards shows how to make a sloppy multi-track drum recording tighter and importantly quantize the phase-locked audio parts too. All in Logic Pro X.

Watch the complete course on Advanced Audio Editing Tips in Logic Pro X here.

Logic Pro: Advanced Audio Editing Tips Course Details

Do you know all the features that are integrated into Quick Swipe comping? How about the difference between loops, copies and clones and when they are best deployed? What about the efficiency of Edit Groups and all the ways you can compress and expand audio in the Main window? Then, there’s “pocketing” drums using Logic Pro’s Phased Locked audio feature. These tips and more are injected directly into your brain, fast, in this laser-focussed course by Booker Edwards.

Logic Pro is often considered the DAW that you use to create music rather than edit and mix. But that’s truly a myth. Apple and the whole Logic team have been adding more and more advanced audio editing features every chance they get. We believe that Logic is now on par or even more advanced than its old friend Pro Tools! And this course will prove it!

So watch this FastTrack™ course by Booker Edwards and quickly learn the secrets of advanced audio editing in Logic Pro!

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