User manual APPLE LOGIC EXPRESS 8
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] All rights reserved.
Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Apple. Your rights to the software are governed by the accompanying software licence agreement. Use of the "keyboard" Apple logo (Option-Shift-K) for commercial purposes without the prior written consent of Apple may constitute trademark infringement and unfair competition in violation of federal and state laws. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is accurate. [. . . ] You can use the Adjust Tempo using Region Length command to set the project tempo to match that of the audio loop To match the project tempo to an audio region: 1 Select the audio region that you want to match the project tempo to, in the Arrange area. This should closely match the length of the region--usually to the nearest bar.
Chapter 23 Adjusting the Tempo of Audio Regions
3 Choose Options > Tempo > Adjust Tempo using Region Length and Locators (or use the corresponding key command, default: Command-T). A dialog will ask if you want to change the tempo of the entire project, or create a tempo change for the section of the project occupied by the selected region. 4 Do one of the following: Â Click Globally to adjust the tempo of the complete project to the audio region. Â Click Create to create a tempo change that spans the length of the audio region. The project tempo is recalculated to conform with the audio length (and locators).
Time Stretching Regions
Logic Express allows you to change the length of audio regions (without changing their pitch) directly in the Arrange area--using menu or key commands. When applying these functions to a region in the Arrange area, a new file--consisting of the resulting material--will be created, leaving the original intact. Logic Express offers different time stretching and compression algorithms in the Arrange area's Audio > Time Machine Algorithm menu. The different algorithms are best suited for particular types of musical material. For more information, see "Using the Time and Pitch Machine" on page 534. Note: You can also time stretch selected audio regions directly in the Sample Editor, using the Time and Pitch Machine.
Chapter 23 Adjusting the Tempo of Audio Regions
To adjust the region length to match the locator positions: 1 Set the left and right locator positions. 2 Choose Audio > Adjust Region Length to Locators to stretch or compress the selected audio region to fit between the locators. The region start point is not changed by this function--so it doesn't matter if the locators are not directly above the region. To adjust the region length to the nearest bar: m Choose Audio > Adjust Region Length to Nearest Bar. This adjusts the length of the selected region to the closest whole bar. This function is ideal for fitting previously trimmed drum loops into projects where there is a small tempo discrepancy between loop and project.
Using the Follow Tempo Function
Audio files recorded in Logic Express can follow the project tempo--inclusive of tempo changes--set in the global tracks. Note: These audio files can also follow the first key signature set in the global tracks. For more information, see "Working With Time and Key Signatures" on page 755. As an example: If you record a bass solo at 100 bpm, you can change the project tempo to 120 bpm and the bass solo will automatically be played back at the new tempo. The function works with all audio files that were recorded in, or bounced/exported from, Logic Express. The function only works in the parent project (the project the audio files were created in). If you drag a file recorded in a given project to another project with the Finder, the file can not follow the project tempo. [. . . ] See fade finding transients 686 locking 305 managing 296 moving to recording position 326 moving within audio file 302 opening in external sample editor 548 opening in Sample Editor 296 removing silent passages 549 resizing 301 resizing from Sample Editor 329 saving as audio file 567 snapping to zero crossings 302 sorting 298 tempo. See tempo viewing 298 audio and MIDI compared 295 coloring 318 copying 334 cutting 334 dividing 346 at locator positions 348 at playhead position 348 into several portions of same length 347 overlapping notes 349 drag modes 311 exporting as audio file 665 folder. See folder (region) loop converting into alias/clone 346 converting into real copy 346 looping 344 making multiple copies 343 merging 350 MIDI adjusting length to content 333 adjusting start/end point 330 alias 294, 339 analyzing for chords 693 assigning staff style 775 creating 412 defining editor opened by double-click 411 demixing by event channel 353 demixing by note pitch 354
hiding in Score Editor 769 normalizing parameters 365 rounding start point to nearest bar 333 selecting multiple in Score Editor 763 transcribing 761 moving 324 between projects 324 by specific grid amount 326 limiting to horizontal/vertical axis 324 numerically 325 onto selected track 328 to playhead position 326 moving into folder 357 muting 313 naming 316, 469 after track 317 multiple 316, 317 quantizing. See quantization removing from arrangement 322 removing gaps between regions 331 removing overlaps 331 resizing 328 adjacent regions 328 making multiple the same length 330 restoring removed 323 selecting 319 selecting/editing sections 320 setting start/end point to playhead 331 shifting playback position 327 snapping to time position 309 soloing 314, 469 locking status 315 staccato/legato 365 time stretching 332, 555 Region Parameter box 42, 362365, 1019 Clip Length parameter 330 Delay parameter 327 Dynamics parameter 364 editing regions simultaneously 363 Gate Time parameter 365 MIDI Thru 362 name 316 Quantize parameter 478 release velocity, viewing 461, 471 Remove Overlaps function 331 removing background noise 549 DC offset 529 Reorganize Memory function 145 Repeat Regions function 343 repeat sign (notation). [. . . ]
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