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Logic Pro X 200 - MIDI FX: The Arpeggiator.
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Which Latch Mode will arpeggiate only when you hold down a key?
What are Variations?
Different ways to alter the rate of the pattern
Different ways to randomly alter the octave range
Different ways to randomize new patterns
Different ways to interpret the note order
Randomizing the velocities _______________.
creates a random pitch for every velocity value
always creates a messy sounding performance
is bad for Logic's internal clock
can add musical expression to the resulting pattern
How can you get a staccato sound with the Arpeggiator?
Turn down the Note Length parameter under Options
Turn up the Velocity parameter under Options
Use a very fast rate
Draw very short notes in Grid mode
What does the "As Played" value mean?
It's the relative position of the notes in the Piano Roll
It's the velocity of the notes as received at the input of the Arpeggiator
It's the unquantized velocity of the outputted notes
As Played means as played by the Arpeggiator
How do you tie notes in Grid mode?
You click-hold on a note and drag to the right
You Shift-select the notes
You Shift-select the notes, Control-click the first note and choose “Tie Notes” from the contextual menu
You Shift-select the notes and double-click
How can you capture an arpeggio pattern and turn it into MIDI region?
Simply press Record and play the arpeggio pattern
Start to play the arpeggio pattern, then press the Capture button and drag it to the Main window
Press the Capture button, then start to play the pattern and drag it to the Main window
Press Record, play the arpeggio pattern and press the Capture button
In Logic Pro X, MIDI doesn’t flow through an Instrument Channel Strip. True or false?
What is the MIDI Signal Flow in Logic?
MIDI Controller > Environment > Channel Strip
Environment > Channel Strip > Mixer
MIDI Controller > Channel Strip > Mixer
MIDI Controller > Channel Strip > Environment
MIDI gets to the Arpeggiator by sending it on the IAC bus via another synths MIDI input source. True or false?
What happens if you click on the Oct Range button?
It will switch to the next Oct Range setting
It will switch to the next Variation setting
It will change into the Variation button
It will change into the Inversion button
It is possible to customize your own Remote setup. True or false?
What’s the maximum number of steps available in Grid mode?
What is swing?
Swing shifts MIDI notes to adjacent patterns
Like a kids swing set, you can launch your MIDI into a repetitive back and forth pattern
It delays every other MIDI note to create a dotted-like, shuffle rhythm
It's a term that means to sweep the controller values
The Arpeggiator has no way to spread the resulting pattern over multiple octaves.
False, but this can be accomplished via an external controller
Logic Pro X 200
MIDI FX: The Arpeggiator
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