Sometimes it can be tricky managing lots of tracks in your Projects.
Especially when several of those tracks are part of the same instrument group. Or make up the sound of one single instrument.
For example, let’s say you recorded your acoustic guitar with several microphones. After a few takes, you’re ready to comp together one, perfect take.
Since each microphone caught the exact same performance each take, you’ll need your comps to be identical between each mic track.
Now you could dig into the take Folder of each mic’s track. Then select the exact same section individually. Making sure to choose the exact same take in each Folder.
But that’s super time-consuming! And even a bit confusing. There ought to be a better way of managing all these tracks…
That’s where Logic’s Group system comes into the picture.
Instead, you can assign each acoustic guitar mic track to a single group. And once assigned, you can simply edit just one of the Take Folders, and all the other acoustic guitar Take Folders will follow suit!
And the result will be identical across the different Take Folders.
Not only that, but you can:
- Adjust Faders, Record-Enable, Mute, Solo, and even write Automation to an entire Group of Tracks as one
- Edit multi-mic arrangements using Flex-Time all together with Groups
- And even assign Tracks to several Groups at once
Sounds pretty nice, right? So today let’s check out Logic Pro’s robust Grouping system.