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Logic Pro X 108 - Flexing Vocals: Time and Pitch.
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Where can you edit Flex Pitch notes in finer details?
In the Main window
In the Piano Roll editor
In the Audio editor in the Track view
In the Audio editor in the File view
Which of the following is not available in the Flex Pitch Inspector?
What options are available when you Control-click on a note event?
Set to Original Pitch, Set to Perfect Pitch and Reset Pitch Curve
Set to Original Pitch, Reset Pitch Drift and Reset Pitch Curve
Reset Gain, Reset Pitch Drift and Reset Vibrato
None of the other answers are correct
Pitch Drift happens at the center of the note event. True or false?
What is a good way to use the Gain parameter in Flex Pitch?
There is no Gain parameter in Flex Pitch
To make a vocal performance as loud as possible
To get a pumping effect
To act as a sort of pre-compressor
What Flex Pitch parameter can you use to avoid getting a “Chipmunk” or “Darth Vader” effect when pitch shifting a vocal performance?
How do you split note events?
Using the Marquee Tool
Using the Flex Tool
Using the Pencil Tool
Using the Pointer Tool
Is it possible to adjust time with Flex Pitch?
No, you have to use Flex Time for this
In Flex Time mode, Logic creates transient markers automatically based on ____________.
How can you select all note events of the same pitch?
By pressing Command-A
By Control-clicking on a note event
By selecting a note on the keyboard on the left-hand side of the screen
By Option-clicking on a note event
Logic Pro X 108
Flexing Vocals: Time and Pitch
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