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Logic Pro X: Glossary

while frequencies that lie further away are cut. Frequencies close to the cutoff frequency are emphasized, while the lows and highs are attenuated, resulting in a sound containing mostly mid-range frequencies. See alsofilter. bar In musical notation, a measure that contains a specified number of beats , defined by the project time signature. See also time signature. bass (1) A musical instrument. (2) Low-frequency sounds or components within a sound. See also frequency. beat A musical time interval, commonly...

Logic Pro X 10.4 release notes

while the Event List is open is significantly improved. Region Solo and region mute are no longer slower when the Event List is open. Changing the gain of a region is no longer sluggish when the Event List is open. Projects with numerous Flex Time edits and tempo changes perform more efficiently Alchemy loads more quickly at launch. Logic’s launch time has been improved...

Vintage and obsolete products

Pro Mac Pro (Early 2008) Mac Pro (Early 2009) Macintosh 128K/512K/512Ke Macintosh Centris (all models) Macintosh Classic; Macintosh Classic II Macintosh Color Classic/Color Classic II Macintosh II (all models) Macintosh LC (all models) Macintosh Plus Macintosh Portable Macintosh Quadra (all models) Macintosh Quadra/Centris (all models) Macintosh SE (all models) Macintosh Server G3 Macintosh Server G3 ( Blue and White) Macintosh Server G4 (Digital Audio) Macintosh Server G4 (QuickSilver) Macintosh...

GarageBand for Mac: Glossary

You automate volume, pan, tempo, and other settings by adding automation points to an automation curve, and then dragging the automation points to change the value of the settings over time. bar A regular group of beats , heard together as a larger rhythmic pulse of a piece of music. The time signature of a project shows the number of beats in each bar, and the note value of each beat . In music notation, vertical lines separate bars of music. beat The regular, repeating rhythmic pulse of a piece of music...

Final Cut Pro X: Glossary

such as the Sound Data Chunk, which contains the actual sample data, and the Common Chunk, which contains sample rate and bit depth information. alpha channel An image channel in addition to the R, G, and B (red, green, and blue ) color channels that is used to store transparency information for compositing. Alpha channels are often 8-bit, but some applications support 16-bit alpha channels. In Final Cut Pro, black represents 100 percent transparency, and white represents 100 percent opacity. Only certain...

Logic Pro X: Smart Tempo overview

region parameter When Flex is enabled for a track, the Flex & Follow pop -up menu is available in the Region inspector for audio regions, replacing the Flex checkbox in earlier versions of Logic Pro. You use the Flex & Follow setting to enable Flex for a region, to control whether it follows the project tempo, and to set whether it additionally uses Smart Tempo beat markers at the bar or beat level. The choices for the Flex & Follow parameter are: Off: The region is not Flex enabled, and does not...

MainStage 3 release notes

signals. There is now a Hide Workspace option in the View menu when working in Edit mode. Playback is now compatible with MP3 and AAC files. Screen controls mapped to the clock now show a dial that updates with each beat . There is now an option to convert an aliased channel strip to a unique copy. There is now a mapping for Chord Display. Stability and performance Includes several fixes to improve stability, reliability, and performance. Bypassing a multi-output Audio Units instrument plug-in no...

Logic Pro X: Grooveshifter

and field: Set the amount that even beats are delayed—from 50% to 75%. A value of 50% means there is no swing, which is typical for most pop and rock music styles. The higher the value, the stronger the swing effect. Accent slider and field: Set the level of even beats , from –12 dB to +12 dB, suppressing or accentuating them. Such accents are typical of a variety of rhythmic styles, such as swing or reggae....

Logic Pro X: Alchemy morph use and tips

grooves or timing nuances, placing a warp marker on every beat , half beat , or quarter beat helps you to achieve a smoother morph. Explore source morphing options and controls This tutorial makes use of the Morph Example preset, which you should load from the Name bar. The preset contains acoustic guitar, kalimba, a sustained solo vocal, and synth brass samples. Additive + formant was used as the import method because the content contains more pitched info than noise, and this also allows access...

Logic Pro X: Edit staff, voice, and assign parameters for a staff style

how rests are displayed: Choose a value from the Rest pop -up menu. Automatic display of rests can be turned off (by choosing Hide), or set to display beat slashes instead of rests (by choosing Slash). This is useful for rhythm section parts, and improvised solos . In this situation, the number of slashes per bar is determined by the nominator in the time signature (4 slashes in 4/4-time, 6 slashes in 6/8-time, and so on). Inserted notes and symbols are still displayed, but automatic rests are shown only...

Logic Pro X: Stringed instrument programming examples

of the bow stretching the string. Move Pickup A to a position around 0.90. Move Object 1 pickup position to a value around 0.48. Activate Body EQ, and select the Violin 1 model. Set the Body EQ parameters as follows: Intensity 0.73, Shift +1.00, and Stretch+1.00. Adjust the Fine Structure slider to taste. Drag the Spread Pickup semicircle downward until the light blue dots reach the 10:30 and 1:30 positions. Set the Level Limiter mode to “both.” Choose Save Setting As from the Settings pop -up menu...

MainStage: Control the metronome

with a Touch Bar, you can also press the Metronome button in the Touch Bar to start the metronome. By default, the metronome sound is routed to the main outputs (Output 1-2). You can route the metronome to another output pair, which can be useful in performance when you want to hear the metronome sound through a separate audio output (for example, a headphone mix) and not through the main outputs. You can also choose a different sound for the metronome. Change the audio output for the metronome sound...

Logic Pro X: Create Ultrabeat kick drums

with an envelope The kick drum still sounds very soft and is somewhat reminiscent of the famous TR-808 bass drum. It’s still missing a clearly defined attack. Make sure that Env 1 is chosen from the mod pop -up menu of the oscillator 1 Pitch parameter. Set the degree of modulation by dragging the blue Mod slider approximately 3 to 4 octaves above the original pitch. Set the attack time in Env 1 to 0 by dragging the leftmost of the two junction points on the x-axis all the way to the left. Experiment...

Logic Pro X: Vintage Clav Modulation effect

is active, high Rate and Intensity values lead to very deep, self-oscillating phase shifts that can damage ears and speakers. Sync button: Synchronize the Phaser or Flanger effect to the host application tempo. The Rate knob sets bar and beat values, including triplets. Rate knob and field: Set the speed of the phasing, flanging, or chorus effect. The rate is set in hertz values, or bar/ beat values when the Sync button is turned on....

Logic Pro X: MP3 bounce options

or for burning to a CD (depending on which options are selected). Selecting the MP3 option in the Destination area automatically disables the PCM > Surround option. This is because the MP3 format doesn’t support surround. However, Split Stereo format is possible, even if the encoded MP3 file is set to Joint Stereo mode. When you click MP3 in the Destination area, the following options are available: Bit Rate (Mono/Stereo) pop -up menus: MP3 bit rates are available between 32 kbps and 320 kbps, but default...

Logic Pro X: Ultrabeat step sequencer MIDI control

Ultrabeat step sequencer MIDI control Pattern performance can be influenced by incoming MIDI notes. This enables spontaneous interaction with the step sequencer, making Ultrabeat an excellent live performance instrument. The way Ultrabeat reacts to MIDI control is determined by the chosen pattern, playback, and voice mute mode options. MIDI control parameters Pattern Mode button: Allows you to choose and start patterns with MIDI note messages. The Transport button turns blue to indicate...

Logic Pro X: Phat FX modulators

menu: Set the waveform type used by LFO 1 or 2. Target pop -up menu: Choose a modulation target from any active effect processor or master control for LFO 1 or 2. LFO Rate knob and field: Set the modulation speed of LFO 1 or 2. Values are in hertz—cycles per second. When the Sync button is on, bar/ beat values—synchronized with the host tempo—are shown. Sync button: Enable or disable synchronization of LFO 1 or 2 with the host application. Note: The ability to use synchronous bar values could be used...

Logic Pro X: Tracks area interface

Tracks area interface The Tracks area is the primary workspace of Logic Pro, where you record and arrange audio and MIDI regions to create your project. The main elements of the Tracks area include: Tracks area menu bar: Contains local Tracks area menus as well as tool menus, controls for showing track automation and Flex edits, a Catch Playhead button, Snap and Drag pop -up menus, a Waveform Zoom button, and scroll and zoom sliders. Ruler: Shows divisions of time, either in bars and beats ...

Final Cut Pro X (10.1.2) - User Guide

Duplicate projects and clips 65 Delete clips, events, and projects 65 Organize clips 65 Rate clips as Favorite or Rejected 67 Add keywords to clips 70 Add or edit clip and project notes 72 Organize clips by roles 72 Colored lines marking event clips 72 Find items using search, keywords, and Smart Collections 72 Find clips and projects in events 75 Save searches as Smart Collections 76 Organize Keyword and Smart Collections 76 Restore a library from automatic backups 77 Chapter 6: Play back and skim...

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, Double Layer Super Drive) - User Guide

Connecting to a Printer 30 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 30 Connecting a Camera or Other FireWire or USB Device 30 Transferring Files to Another Computer Chapter 3 33 Using Your PowerBook 34 Using Universal Serial Bus (USB) Devices 36 Connecting With FireWire 38 Using PC Cards 39 Understanding AirPort Extreme Wireless Networking 40 Using Bluetooth Wireless Technology 4 Contents 43 Connecting With Ethernet (10/100/1000Base-T) 44 Using Your Modem 44...

AirPort Time Capsule 802.11n (4th Generation) - Setup Guide

Time Capsule Setup Guide 3Contents 5 Getting Started 8 About Your Time Capsule 9 About the AirPort Software 10 What You Need to Get Started 12 The Time Capsule Status Light 14 Setting Up Your Time Capsule 15 Using Your Time Capsule to Create Your Wireless Network 18 Using AirPort Utility 20 Creating a New Wireless Network 20 Configuring and Sharing Internet Access 22 Setting Advanced Options 23 Allowing Wireless Clients to Access Your Network Without Entering a Password...

Final Cut Pro X (10.0.9) - User Guide

71 Save searches as Smart Collections 72 Organize Keyword and Smart Collections 73 Chapter 6: Play back and skim media 73 Playback and skimming overview 74 Play back media 76 Skim media 78 Play back and skim media in the Event Viewer 78 View playback on a second display 79 View playback on an external video monitor 80 About background rendering 81 Chapter 7: Create and manage projects 81 Create a new project 82 Preview and open a project 83 Modify a project’s name and properties 86 Organize...

AirPort Time Capsule 802.11n (3rd Generation) - Setup Guide

Time Capsule Setup Guide 3 Contents 5 Chapter 1: Getting Started 7 About Your Time Capsule 8 About the AirPort Software 9 What You Need to Get Started 11 The Time Capsule Status Light 13 Chapter 2: Setting Up Your Time Capsule 14 Using Your Time Capsule to Create Your Wireless Network 17 Using AirPort Utility 19 Creating a New Wireless Network 19 Configuring and Sharing Internet Access 21 Setting Advanced Options 22 Allowing Wireless ...

Logic Pro X - Control Surfaces Support

assignments 34 Controller assignments overview 35 Controller Assignments Easy view 35 Use Controller Assignments Easy view 36 Assign and delete controllers in Easy view 38 Controller Assignments Expert view 38 Use Expert view 39 Expert view parameters 41 Assign and delete controllers in Expert view 42 Use zones and modes 44 Control Name and Label fields 44 Flip Group and Exclusive parameters 45 Class pop -up menu parameters 48 Expert view Input Message parameters 49 OSC Message Paths 49 Expert view Value...

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, 1.67GHz) - User Guide

Calibrating Your Battery 19 What’s Next? Chapter 2 21 The Basics 21 Getting to Know Your New PowerBook 22 Adjusting Your Display 23 Using Your Power Adapter 24 Using the Trackpad 25 Using the Keyboard 26 Using a Mouse 26 Learning About Mac OS X 27 Customizing Your Desktop and Setting Your Preferences 28 Using Applications 28 Connecting to a Printer 29 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 30 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 30 Connecting a Camera...

AirPort Extreme 802.11n (5th Generation) - Setup Guide

GettingStarted Light Status/description Flashing amber and green There may be a problem starting up. AirPort Extreme will restart and try again. Solid blue The base station is ready to allow a wireless client access to the network. See “Allowing Wireless Clients Access to Your Network” on page 25. What’s Next After you plug in your AirPort Extreme, use AirPort Utility to set it up to work with your Internet connection...

iMac (21.5-inch and 27-inch, Mid 2011) - User Guide

great- sounding songs with ease. GarageBand Help record Mail Group your messages by conversations. Help Center mail HE LLO FROM C UPERTINO, C A 5Contents Contents Chapter 1: Ready, Set Up, Go 9 What’s in the Box 10 Setting Up Your iMac 16 Putting Your iMac to Sleep or Shutting It Down Chapter 2: Life with Your iMac 20 Basic Features of Your iMac 22 Ports on Your iMac 24 Other Components of Your iMac 26 Features of the Apple Wireless Keyboard and Magic Mouse 28 Using the Apple...

PowerBook G4 (12-inch, 1.5 GHz) - User Guide

Calibrating Your Battery 18 What’s Next? Chapter 2 21 The Basics 21 Getting to Know Your New PowerBook 22 Adjusting Your Display 23 Using Your Power Adapter 24 Using the Trackpad 25 Using the Keyboard 25 Using a Mouse 26 Learning About Mac OS X 26 Customizing Your Desktop and Setting Your Preferences 27 Using Applications 27 Connecting to a Printer 29 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 29 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 30 Connecting a Camera...

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, 1.67/1.5GHz) - User Guide

13, 44 cable 79 DSL 79 monitoring a printer 28 mouse 26 multiple USB devices 35 N Network Connections 94 networking two computers 37 wireless 41 Network Setup Assistant 79 numeric keypad 25 Num Lock key 7 O optical drive 7, 48 compatible discs 96 disc sizes supported 48 P password 96 resetting 96 PC Card ejecting 38 inserting 38 slot 9, 38 playing a video 50 CDs 48 DVD-Video discs 50 plug AC 10 Point-to-Point Protocol 82, 84, 88 port audio line in 9 DVI 9 Ethernet 9...

MacBook Pro (17-inch) - User Guide

When an Application Doesn’t Respond 46 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 47 Connecting to a Printer 48 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 49 Connecting a Camera or Other FireWire or USB Device 49 Transferring Files to or from Another Computer 51 Chapter 3: Using Your MacBook Pro 52 Using Universal Serial Bus (USB) Devices 55 Connecting with FireWire 59 Using ExpressCards 60 How AirPort Provides Wireless Internet Access 61 Using Bluetooth Wireless Technology 63...