May 22, 2018 by KC Sounds - Comments Off on How To Change Grid Value in Logic Pro X | Change Grid Division
Being able to change the grid value in Logic Pro X is useful when creating intricate drum patterns in the piano roll, or when you’re chopping samples in the main edit window.
Snapping to grid allows you to place the notes or chopped samples with precision and create a professional sound.
To change the grid value you simply need to go to ‘Logic Pro X’, then click on ‘Key Commands’ click on ‘Edit’ and type in ‘Division’ in the search box. There you’ll see ‘Set Next Higher Division’ and ‘Set Next Lower Division’. These are your default settings but you can choose whichever keys you’d prefer on your keyboard by highlighting the ‘Learn by Key Label’ and choosing a new shortcut.
Jun 29, 2017 by KC Sounds - Comments Off on How To Create A “Tape Stop Effect” in Logic Pro X
How To Create A “Tape Stop Effect” in Logic Pro X | Slow Down Effect
Tape stop effect is a creative tool to bring some interest to your beats or song.
Its simple to create in Logic Pro X and can save you a lot of time instead of inserting a plug in to create the same effect. All you have to do is make a volume fade where you want the effect, Right click in the fade area and choose ‘Slow Down’.
You can achieve the same ‘Speed Up’ sound be creating the effect at the start of the audio file and choose ‘Speed Up’.
The tape stop/slow down effect can be used for most genres, you decide whether it fits or not, its your work of art!
Get creative and add this in your next production.