• morphine
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    Joined: Dec 26th, 2007
    Matching Pitch and Key
    I am more of a drummer than a keyboard player or guitarist, so I need a bit of help with this. I have sampled two guitar parts. I can tell they are different keys. A) How do I find out each samples key and pitch? B) How do I change one of the samples to match the other without effecting time? thanks!
  • mPV Support
    Posts: 1425
    Joined: Aug 7th, 2006
    Re: Matching Pitch and Key
    Hi Morphine, A-)It's a bit difficult to explain how to find the key of a guitar part on a forum. One thing you could do is load up a software instrument and try to play it on your keyboard while listening to it. Even if you don't play it perfectly, you will find that the musical phrase turns around a "tonic" note. Usually, the listener expects a musical phrase to end on the tonic... If you're not sure, fell free to post your guitar samples using [url][/url] and I will tell you the keys of the guitar samples. B-)You have a few choices in Logic. You could use "Factory > Time and Pitch Machine" in the local menu of the Sample Editor. You could also convert your loop into an appleloop using the appleloop utility.
  • morphine
    Posts: 8
    Joined: Dec 26th, 2007
    Re: Matching Pitch and Key
    I really appreciate your help... I'll get back to you.
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