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.
How To Create MIDI Take Folders in Logic Pro X
“How To Change Tempo W/O Affecting Audio In Logic Pro X”
In this video I show you how you can change the tempo of your session without affecting your Audio files positions.
There’s been a few times where I’ve been sent a mix and chopped all the vocals files ready to start automation and adding FX.
I’ve just recently mixed EP’s for a few upcoming Artists and one in particular is Proph.
Proph is a dope upcoming Rapper from London who I connected with through Targets Notice Board on Twitter.
We ended up working on 3 songs and I mixed the 3 songs that Proph blessed.
In this video I show you my approach to mixing Proph and my thought process behind the decisions I made to use certain plugins to achieve the best sound I thought worked for Prophs vocals
You can take some of the tips and use in your mixing to achieve a professional sound
Feel free to comment and let me know what you think. Leave any tips and tricks you use to achieve your sound, I’m open to learning new ways, as you already know the learning never stops
Links will be provided for you to check out as soon as the EP drops