Getting that perfect recorded take is (very) often made up of parts of many different takes.
While we’d all love to nail that ultimate take the first time through, that’s not always realistic. Because your voice/guitar/synth/whatever is now under the microscope of your critical ears.
Of course that’s why Logic Pro provides its amazing and intuitive Take Folder system. And if you’re recording yourself, Logic Pro also lets you easily set up punch in and out points so you don’t have to press the record button to punch in a part.
Talk about touchless service 😉
But maybe you find it way easier and faster just to record to a new track. Forget punching in and out, take folders, and all that. You create a new track and just hit record again. And again. And again…
However, once you’re done recording now you have 10 (or 100) tracks to comp together. And now you sure wish you had all your tracks inside a Take Folder for easy comping.
No problem! You can easily combine all your recordings together into Take Folders with the click of your mouse.
Doesn’t matter if there are 10 or 100 regions. Or where your regions are in your Project for that matter. Thanks to Logic’s ability to pack Take Folders, you can record any way you like.
Not only that, but you can also unpack Take Folders as well.
Let’s say you record 10 passes of a vocalist. And you decide you want to use all 10 takes. Does that mean you have to duplicate that Take Folder 10 times and select each of those 10 ten takes on each track?
No way – just unpack that Take Folder to new tracks. And Logic will automatically do all that for you.
Take Folders and comping is much more fluid in Logic Pro than a lot of users know. And in today’s video above, let me show you how easily you can juggle your different recordings.