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This was to allow the client to have as much control over the drum loops in addition to the usuall tempo change, transposition that AppleLoops provide and allow them to build a fairly complete drum track just using these custom loops.
It was an enjoyable task, but required some thought as to how best go about this, including allowing things to be changed, balances, mixes and the like.
Here's what I decided was the best workflow:
All well and good, here's what I found.
Thoroughly enjoyable task, with plenty of scope for creativity, the dull bit is the looping and file admin after the mixes are created.
Doing it this way meant that we could go back to any of the session files, tweak a mix or find another drum loop or fill and rebounce while still having access to the original sessions.More From: APPLE
Thanks, Nick! I always enjoy a "how I work" video. Interesting and informative. Something like this, as a regular feature, would be very welcome.
20-Apr-09 11:13 AM
Mike, glad you enjoyed it. It would be good to do more. happy to answer any questions about this one too of course.
20-Apr-09 11:31 AM
Hi, nick... sonicstate is by far my favorite website, and with videos like this, in the "how to" mood, it could only be even better. Great work, thanks!
20-Apr-09 05:29 PM
@Nick The good thing is that it was so well explained that I don't have any questions!
21-Apr-09 12:39 AM
Really cool, man! One of the things about Logic I was always curious about. Now i know. Thanks :-)
21-Apr-09 07:28 PM
man this is great thanks! hey is there a way I can put this on my pod I know you used to do video podcasts why is this not one of em? p.s. I ove the show! listen every week!
28-Apr-09 09:28 PM
We do publish on iTunes also, should be there, not all our stuff is.
29-Apr-09 11:14 AM