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iMovie for Mac: Use a green-screen or blue-screen effect to superimpose one clip over another

You can record video in front of a green or blue backdrop, and then superimpose it over another clip.

GarageBand for Mac: See how well you played a lesson

You can view feedback about how you played a lesson.

iMovie for iOS (iPad): Adjust effects in the viewer

in the viewer. Pinch to zoom in or out, then drag the image in the viewer to frame it the way you want. To preview your adjustments, tap the Play button . Adjust video overlay effects With iMovie, you can add video clips and photos as overlays, which appear on top of the main clip in the timeline. Overlays can be arranged in the same way as any other clip. There are four overlay options: Cutaway: Adds the clip so that, during playback, the movie “cuts away” from the main clip in the timeline and shows...

iMovie for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Adjust effects in the viewer

in the viewer. Pinch to zoom in or out, then drag the image in the viewer to frame it the way you want. To preview your adjustments, tap the Play button . Adjust video overlay effects With iMovie, you can add video clips and photos as overlays, which appear on top of the main clip in the timeline. Overlays can be arranged in the same way as any other clip. There are four overlay options: Cutaway: Adds the clip so that, during playback, the movie “cuts away” from the main clip in the timeline and shows...

Your heart rate. What it means, and where on Apple Watch you’ll find it.

in the background, and for heart rate notifications. Apple Watch uses green LED lights to measure your heart rate during workouts and Breathe sessions, and to calculate walking average and Heart Rate Variability (HRV)., Start with a good fit. Even under ideal conditions, Apple Watch may not be able to get a reliable heart rate reading every time for everybody. And for a small percentage of users, various factors may make it impossible to get any heart rate reading at all. But there are things you can do to help...

Logic Pro X: Precursors to the synthesizer

enabling continuous automation of pitch, volume, timbre, and envelopes. It was extremely complicated to use, it was unreliable, and spontaneous playing was impossible ....

MainStage: Precursors to the synthesizer

enabling continuous automation of pitch, volume, timbre, and envelopes. It was extremely complicated to use, it was unreliable, and spontaneous playing was impossible ....

MainStage: Acoustic instrument programming examples

the #default (or your vanilla) setting file. Choose Strike from the Object 1 Type pop-up menu. Drag the Material Pad ball to the very bottom of the pad, and place it halfway between Steel and Glass. Play a few notes, and notice that the sound is already more bell-like. Drag the Media Loss slider nearly all the way down. Again play a few notes, and you’ll hear that the release phase of the sound is considerably longer. Drag the Resolution slider all the way to the right. Drag the Pickup A slider to about...

Logic Pro X: MIDI region parameters

When the checkbox is selected, the Transpose parameter is ignored in all MIDI regions played by this channel strip (including instrument Apple Loops added to tracks routed to instrument channels). Velocity: All notes in the relevant MIDI region are offset by the selected value. Positive values add to the originally recorded velocity, and negative ones subtract from it, although naturally it is impossible to go outside the limits defined by the MIDI Standard (0–127). If you select a velocity offset that exceeds...

MainStage: Refine the basic bass sound

Increase the Resolution value until the metallic rattling disappears. Set the slider to the following position: Play some notes in the bottom range (around E 0). You’ll note that the sound is quite muffled and vintage-like. Move the green Low Keyscale slider (found below the main Resolution slider) all the way to the right; the low range should now sound a little more wiry. With most stringed instruments, the overtone content decreases as the pitch becomes higher. Strictly speaking, this is true only...

Logic Pro X: Acoustic instrument programming examples

the #default (or your vanilla) setting file. Choose Strike from the Object 1 Type pop-up menu. Drag the Material Pad ball to the very bottom of the pad, and place it halfway between Steel and Glass. Play a few notes, and notice that the sound is already more bell-like. Drag the Media Loss slider nearly all the way down. Again play a few notes, and you’ll hear that the release phase of the sound is considerably longer. Drag the Resolution slider all the way to the right. Drag the Pickup A slider to about...

Logic Pro X: Refine the basic bass sound

Increase the Resolution value until the metallic rattling disappears. Set the slider to the following position: Play some notes in the bottom range (around E 0). You’ll note that the sound is quite muffled and vintage-like. Move the green Low Keyscale slider (found below the main Resolution slider) all the way to the right; the low range should now sound a little more wiry. With most stringed instruments, the overtone content decreases as the pitch becomes higher. Strictly speaking, this is true only...

Logic Pro X: Freeze tracks

In Logic Pro, freeze tracks to reduce the processing power needed to play them.

Charge your AirPods and learn about battery life

The status light should show the current charge level for 8 seconds. If you have AirPods Pro, you can tap the case when it's on the charging mat to see whether your AirPods Pro are charging (amber light) or fully charged ( green light). To charge your case via wired connection, plug the Lightning cable that came with your AirPods into the Lightning connector on your case. You can use a Lightning to USB-C cable or a Lightning to USB cable. Then plug the other end of the cable into a USB charger or port...

MainStage: Morph melodic sounds in Alchemy

or an orchestral instrument like a flute or oboe. The example files have the same basic length, which makes results more predictable than if file lengths are quite different. Note: Images shown in tutorials are not specific to presets used in tasks. They are included as a guide to help you find areas and parameters in the Alchemy interface. Play a source melody with another source Switch to advanced view, and choose Initialize Preset from Alchemy’s File menu. This resets Alchemy’s settings and makes it easier...

MainStage: Program a basic bass sound with Sculpture

is considered to be the measure of all things. Choose the #default setting from the Settings pop-up menu in Sculpture. Recreate the sound characteristics of a typical bass instrument Set the Attack value of the amplitude envelope to its minimum value (0.00 ms). The A(ttack) slider is just to the right of the Material Pad. Shorten the Release time of the amplitude envelope to a value between 4 and 5 ms. Play a key on your keyboard. The note should stop abruptly when you release the key and should be free...

MainStage: Explore the Sculpture string

Explore the Sculpture string The string is the central synthesis element of Sculpture and is responsible for the basic tone. It offers parameters that enable you to adjust its material—what it is made of, in other words—and to define the environment that it is being played in—water or air, for example. Tip: Before starting, Control-click the string (the green horizontal line in the Pickup display), then choose “enable string animation” from the shortcut menu. When active, the string vibrates...

MainStage: Morph drum beats in Alchemy

is now controlled by LFO1, and they play back in sync with the project tempo. Click the Morph button to view morphing parameters, then click the Morph Lin button. Click the A-B button to use the X knob to morph between the two time-aligned drum loops. As an optional step, you can click the Elements button to use or assign element controls. Control-click the Spect/Gran knob (orange dot), and choose Add Modulation > Perform > XYPad1X from the shortcut menu. Control-click the Pitch knob ( green dot...

Logic Pro X: Morph melodic sounds in Alchemy

or an orchestral instrument like a flute or oboe. The example files have the same basic length, which makes results more predictable than if file lengths are quite different. Note: Images shown in tutorials are not specific to presets used in tasks. They are included as a guide to help you find areas and parameters in the Alchemy interface. Play a source melody with another source Switch to advanced view, and choose Initialize Preset from Alchemy’s File menu. This resets Alchemy’s settings and makes it easier...

MainStage: Tuner utility and plug-in

to the right of center, the note is sharp. Color is also used to indicate tuning accuracy, with green denoting a tuned signal, and orange indicating a detuned signal. Reference Tuning field: Drag vertically to set the pitch of the note used as the basis for tuning. The default is for note A at 440 Hz and can be set in a range from 410 to 470 in 0.1 Hz steps. Keynote display: Shows the target pitch of the note being played (the closest tuned pitch). Tune Deviation display: Shows the tuning deviation...

Logic Pro X: Program a basic bass sound with Sculpture

is considered to be the measure of all things. Choose the #default setting from the Settings pop-up menu in Sculpture. Recreate the sound characteristics of a typical bass instrument Set the Attack value of the amplitude envelope to its minimum value (0.00 ms). The A(ttack) slider is just to the right of the Material Pad. Shorten the Release time of the amplitude envelope to a value between 4 and 5 ms. Play a key on your keyboard. The note should stop abruptly when you release the key and should be free...

Logic Pro X: Explore the Sculpture string

Explore the Sculpture string The string is the central synthesis element of Sculpture and is responsible for the basic tone. It offers parameters that enable you to adjust its material—what it is made of, in other words—and to define the environment that it is being played in—water or air, for example. Tip: Before starting, Control-click the string (the green horizontal line in the Pickup display), then choose “enable string animation” from the shortcut menu. When active, the string vibrates...

MainStage: The residual effect

The residual effect The residual effect is a psychoacoustic phenomenon. Human beings can perceive the pitch of a note, even when the fundamental tone is completely missing. If you pull out all registers of a draw bar organ, except for the fundamental—16’—you’ll still perceive the same pitch. The sound becomes thinner, with less bass and less warmth, but the pitch remains the same. If human beings didn’t hear this way, it would make listening to music on a small transistor radio impossible ...

Final Cut Pro X release notes

Add Shape Mask, and Toggle View Mask commands. Improves reliability and performance when using the Flow transition. Fixes an issue in which relinked media would sometimes result in empty thumbnails. Timecode window remains visible when other applications are active. Playhead now snaps to keyframes placed on audio components. Skimming an audio component now plays back audio as expected. Surround panning keyframes now work as expected when reopening a library. Adds support for Canon XF-HEVC. Adds...

Logic Pro X: Morph drum beats in Alchemy

is now controlled by LFO1, and they play back in sync with the project tempo. Click the Morph button to view morphing parameters, then click the Morph Lin button. Click the A-B button to use the X knob to morph between the two time-aligned drum loops. As an optional step, you can click the Elements button to use or assign element controls. Control-click the Spect/Gran knob (orange dot), and choose Add Modulation > Perform > XYPad1X from the shortcut menu. Control-click the Pitch knob ( green dot...

MainStage: Sculpture Material Pad Keyscale or Release view

key scaling in the Material Pad The Inner Loss Keyscale parameters control the amount of damping—independently for notes above and below middle C. This changes the way damping is scaled as you play lower or higher on the keyboard. Click the Keyscale button. Drag the green horizontal line for low notes or the blue horizontal line for high notes. Adjust Stiffness key scaling in the Material Pad The Stiffness Keyscale parameters adjust the string stiffness—independently for notes above and below...

MainStage: Sculpture string parameter sliders

to values above 0.0 emulates this momentary detuning effect in Sculpture. Click the Keyscale button. Drag the green low slider inside the right side of the Material Pad ring for low notes—or the blue high slider around the right side of the outer ring for high notes. Tip: If your instrument seems slightly sharp or flat as you play up or down the keyboard, consider adjustments to the Tension Mod, and perhaps Media Loss, Keyscale parameters....

MainStage: Alchemy morph controls

Alchemy morph controls Source components are shown only in advanced view. Click the Advanced button to switch to advanced view, then click the Morph button to view and use the morph controls. The morph controls determine how the four Alchemy sources interact. There are two basic types of interaction. XFade: In a crossfade, all active sources play simultaneously, and the X and Y knobs control the mix between them. This is equivalent to turning the Amp knobs in each source to attain the desired...

MainStage: Use Ultrabeat oscillator 2 sample mode

sample layer that incoming velocity values switch to is determined by the green Layer slider (Min) or the blue Layer slider (Max). The Min slider determines which sample layer is triggered at a MIDI note velocity = 1. The Max slider determines which sample layer is triggered at a MIDI note velocity = 127. Note: If you have loaded a single sample that does not have multiple layers, the Vel Layer slider has no effect. Load a sample into Ultrabeat oscillator 2 Ultrabeat factory settings include...

MainStage: Alchemy source modulations

Alchemy source modulations Source components are shown only in advanced view. Click the Advanced button to switch to advanced view. Most Alchemy source parameters, such as Pan, Tune, and Position, can be modulated by modulation sources such as AHDSRs or LFOs. Parameters that have a modulation assignment are indicated by an orange arc around the control. See Alchemy modulation overview. Note: Parameters that are morphed and have a modulation assignment show both an orange and green arc around...