You never know when creative genius is going to strike. And more often than not, inspiration doesn’t wait for us to hit the “record” button to make its mark.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve worked with artists in the past who deliver an amazing performance, and I wasn’t recording!
It’s too embarrassing to even say…
It always starts the same. I’m playing back the track for the artist to listen and practice to. But the artist has no idea we’re not tracking an actual take.
So the artist just starts ripping through the part. And the result is pure gold. Like we couldn’t be more stoked on what just happened.
The artist – full of excitement – asks: “did you record that?!”
“Sorry…I wasn’t recording. I was just playing the track for you to rehearse to…”
…Holy crap, please kill me.
Of course, the artist accepts this and we start tracking takes.
But you and I both know that it’s not acceptable to miss a brilliant take for lack of preparation.
Thank god I now know that Logic is always ready to catch a take – even if it’s way after the fact!
Today I want to share how Logic is always listening and waiting to record.
If you ever catch yourself in one of these situations, Logic has your back. And thankfully you’ll never have to sound as dumb as I once did!