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Logic Pro FastTrack 205 - Tracks and Alternatives.
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Some useful applications of Track Alternatives might include managing alternative harmony parts. True or false?
Track Alternative sub Tracks ...
all reference different Channel Strips
all reference the same Channel Strip
can be comped with the QuickSwipe feature
In regards to editing with Take Folders, Comping refers to ...
improvising a musical part without sheet music
providing a free (complimentary) copy of Logic Pro
creating a final Comp(osite) Take from bits of the various Takes
improvising guitar backing tracks
Track Alternative subTracks each have buttons to ...
Solo that subTrack and and "Promote" it (to the top)
auto-quantize and auto-tune thet subTrack
automatically match the level and pitch of that subTrack to the other subTracks
When the appropriate Preference is enabled, recording new Takes over the same Track creates a new Take in the Take Folder for each pass. True or false?
The Main (top) Track—the Stack Master—in a Folder Stack functions as ...
a VCA Fader
a Duplicate of the first subTrack
Which of these three Track-related features would be best for creating a multi-instrument?
The two types of Track Stack are ...
Drum Stack, and Synth Stack
Audio Stack, Instrument Stack
Take Stack, Folder Stack
Folder Stack, Summing Stack
Three ways to work with Tracks in Logic include...
Track Alternatives, Track Folders, Track Takes
Track Stacks, Track Takes, Track Types
Track Plugins, Track Editor, and Track Stacks
Track Stacks, Take Folders, Track Alternatives
Selection-based Processing works by ...
auto-mixing selected sections of Tracks
converting audio to MIDI
rendering new audio files with plug-in processing applied
automating various plug-ins in different sections of a Track
When Recording into a Summing Stack made up of Virtual Instruments ...
the MIDI data is recorded on only the Main (top) Track
Aliases of the MIDI data are recorded on the subTracks
the MIDI data is recorded on each individual subTrack
What Track Stacks, Take Folders, and Track Alternatives all have in common is ...
an auto-tuning feature to keep all Tracks in tune
a Track that acts as a container for subTracks
they all work with MIDI tracks only
an auto-quantizing feature to keep all Tracks in time
Logic Pro FastTrack 205
Tracks and Alternatives
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