One of my favorite parts about recording in Logic is how easy it is to lay down take after take. There’s quite literally no set-up time whatsoever when you need to record another take. Hit ‘record,’ and Logic automatically creates a folder.
I mean, just take a look at these screenshots:
If you take a close look, that vocal take folder contains 185 different takes!
Yes, you can accuse me of being a perfectionist. But Logic’s Take Folder system makes my neurotic vision for perfect vocals easy to organize and comp.
Instrument tracks – or MIDI tracks as some call them – are a little less straight forward.
It seems like managing MIDI takes in Logic is not what you’d expect them to be. Every time you hit record, MIDI regions overlap, cut each other off, and leave you kinda bummed.
But does this have to be the case?
Today’s video is all about taking control of your MIDI takes:
- Wanna record multiple takes in a Take Folder? Go right ahead!
- Want to lay your left-hand piano track on the same region as your right hand performance? No problem.
- Want different Track Alternatives to pick and choose from? Easy.
Logic provides plenty of options for managing different takes and comping them together. All it takes it getting to know what options are available to you 😉
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