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Logic Pro X: Sculpture Body EQ models

Body EQ models provide the parameters outlined in this section.

Logic Pro X: Velocity Processor Add/Scale mode

In Add/ Scale mode, the Velocity Processor MIDI plug-in scales , adds to, or reduces the values of incoming MIDI velocity messages....

Motion: Scale Over Life

Topic describes the Scale Over Life behavior parameters.

Logic Pro X: Use Vector Envelope time scaling

Use Vector Envelope time scaling You can stretch and compress the entire Vector Envelope, which is faster than modifying each point. To double the Vector Envelope speed, set Time Scaling to 50%. Set to 200% to halve the speed. The Time Scaling parameter ranges from 10% to 1000%. It is scaled logarithmically. If the Loop Rate is “as set,” scaling also affects the loop. If the Loop Rate is set to a free or synced value, the setting is not affected by the Time Scaling parameter. Normalize time...

MainStage: Scale channel strip velocity

You can scale the output velocity of a channel strip using the Velocity Scaling graphs.

Motion: Scale, position, and animate cameras

Scale , position, and animate cameras Motion gives you various ways to scale , position, “walk,” and animate cameras. After you position cameras in a project, you can select a single camera view using the Isolate command. For more information, see Isolate an object in the canvas. Scale a camera Use the Scale parameter in the Properties pane of the Inspector to scale what a scene camera sees. For example, when the camera “shrinks,” the scene it views seems to become larger. Select a camera...

Motion: Change a layer’s position, scale, or rotation

Change a layer’s position, scale , or rotation The Select/Transform tool is the default tool in Motion. Clicking the Select/Transform tool in the canvas toolbar activates handles in the canvas to adjust a layer’s position, scale , and rotation. Note: The Select/Transform onscreen controls are not available for layers within a 360° environment. Change a layer’s position in the canvas Select a layer in the Layers list or canvas. A bounding box appears around the selected layer in the canvas...

Logic Pro X: Scaled ES2 modulation targets

All modulation targets outlined in this table result in a scaled modulation.

Logic Pro X: Scale plug-in windows

Scale plug-in windows You can adjust the size of individual plug-in windows to increase their readability. Adjust the size of an individual plug-in window Do one of the following: Drag the lower-right corner of the plug-in window. Choose the window size in the plug-in window’s View pop-up menu....

Motion: Track perspective, scale, or rotational shifts

Track perspective, scale , or rotational shifts For clips that undergo significant changes in size and camera angle, you can try a few different strategies. Use a larger search area In the Behaviors Inspector, move the pointer over the track row, click Show to display the Search Size parameter, then increase its value. Lower the Fail Tolerance value In the Behaviors Inspector, move the pointer over the track row, click Show to display the Fail Tolerance parameter, then decrease its value...

Logic Pro X: Scale values using parameter mapping graphs

Each parameter mapping has a Parameter graph. You can edit the graph to scale input values from the screen control to different output values....

Logic Pro X: Change the waveform amplitude scale

You can customize the waveform’s amplitude scale (plotted along the vertical axis) in the Audio File Editor, so that it is displayed in percentage units or sample units....

GarageBand for Mac: Set the key and scale

Set the key and scale Each project has a key, which defines the central note to which the other notes relate. By default, new projects are in the key of C major. You can choose a new key when you create a project, and change it later while you’re working. When you add Apple Loops to your project, they match the project key. Set the project key and scale in the LCD In the LCD, click the key, then choose a key from the pop-up menu. You can also transpose parts of a project using the Transposition...

Logic Pro X: Set the project key and scale

Set the project key and scale Each project has a key, which defines the central note to which the other notes relate. By default, new projects are in the key of C major. You can choose a new key when you create a project, and change it later while you’re working. When you add Apple Loops to your project, they match the key of the project. When Show Advanced Tools is selected in the Advanced preferences pane, you can also add key signature changes in a project. Key signature changes only affect...

Motion: Replicator cell controls

the gradient is repeated over the pattern. Scale : A slider to set the scale of replicator elements. By default, Scale is set to 100%—the size of the replicator elements is equal to the size of the source layer. Click the disclosure triangle next to the Scale parameter to reveal separate X, Y, and Z scaling subparameters. Use X and Y to resize the width and height of elements separately; use Z to change the depth of 3D text elements. Scale End: A slider to set the scale of the replicator elements at the end...

Logic Pro X: Use tracking oscillator pitch parameters

Use tracking oscillator pitch parameters The tracking oscillator pitch parameters control the automatic pitch correction feature of the tracking oscillator. They can be used to constrain the pitch of the tracking oscillator to a scale or chord. This allows subtle or strong pitch corrections and can be used creatively on unpitched material with high harmonic content, such as cymbals and high-hats. Tracking oscillator pitch parameters Pitch Quantize Strength slider: Determine how pronounced...

Logic Pro X: Pitch Correction effect quantization grid

Pitch Correction effect quantization grid Use the normal and low buttons to determine the pitch range that you want to scan for notes that need correction. Normal is the default range and works for most audio material. Low should be used only for audio material that contains extremely low frequencies (below 100 Hz), which may result in inaccurate pitch detection. These parameters have no effect on the sound; they are simply optimized tracking options for the chosen target pitch range. The Scale ...

Motion: Match Move controls

of motion tracking used in the analysis. There are two options: Transformation: Enables one-point (position) tracking or two-point (position, scale , and rotation) tracking, transforming the destination object. Four Corners: Enables four-point tracking, corner-pinning the destination object. When Type is set to Four Corners, the Direction and Adjust parameters (described below) are no longer available. Important: When you apply the Match Move behavior to a 3D group or to a mask, the Four Corners option...

MainStage: Change the tuning for a patch

tuning: The standard tuning for most Western music, with an equal distance between all semitone intervals. Fixed: Lets you choose from a number of fixed tuning scales and keys. Fixed Tuning mode tunes musical keys (to different degrees) for scaled tuning systems, and delivers a key signature character. When playing mostly white keys (in the Pure setting, and with C as the root key), C major is the main focus, and tuning is scaled to that chord. An A major chord that is played immediately after a C...

Logic Pro X: Acoustic instrument programming examples

halfway (0.48). Drag Object 1 pickup position to a value of 0.10. You should be starting to get pretty bells now … play a few notes. To activate the Delay unit, click the Delay button in the upper-right section. Click the Sync button at the bottom of the Delay section, and drag the Delay Time slider to a value of 20 ms. Adjust the Wet Level knob to 66%. Click the Body EQ button in the lower right to activate it. Make sure that Lo Mid Hi is chosen from the Model pop-up menu. Adjust the Low knob to 0.55...

Motion: Sequence Text behavior controls

containing the following format parameters for sequencing: Position, Opacity, Scale , Rotation, Tracking, Baseline, Slant, and Character Offset. Except for Character Offset, these parameters are also found in the Format pane of the Text Inspector. (For more information on text format parameters, see Display the Format pane of the Text Inspector.) Choose the Character Offset option to offset characters alphabetically or numerically. The amount of the offset is determined by the value set in the Character...

Logic Pro X: Refine the basic bass sound

of open strings, and even then in a limited sense. If the strings are fingered, the length of the string is shortened, especially in the high register, and the effect becomes more significant. Use the Inner Loss parameter to scale the overtone content, dependent on pitch Move the Material Pad ball above the words Inner Loss. Try to move the ball solely in a vertical direction to maintain a constant Stiffness value. Drag the green line next to the ball toward the bottom until the small green diamond...

Logic Pro X: Sculpture string parameter sliders

Sculpture string parameter sliders The sliders on the outer ring of the Material Pad refine the properties and behavior of the string. High Scaling sliders are blue. Low Scaling sliders are green. String parameter sliders Resolution slider: Set the maximum number of harmonics contained in (and spatial resolution of) the sound at C3. Changes to the Resolution value alter the interaction of the string with the objects, which has a corresponding effect on overtone frequencies—very low Resolution...

GarageBand for Mac: Glossary

the playhead returns to the start point of the cycle region each time it reaches the end of the region. decibel (dB) A way to measure the volume or loudness of a sound. On the decibel scale , 1 dB is approximately the smallest change in volume that human ears can detect. distortion (1) A rough or sharp sound, usually produced when the volume level exceeds what the sound equipment can clearly reproduce. (2) An effect used to make sounds rougher and louder, similar to overdrive. Drummer A feature...

Motion: Apply the Sequence Text behavior

Apply the Sequence Text behavior You can build custom text sequence animations using the Sequence Text behavior (in the Text Animation category of behaviors in the Library). The Sequence Text behavior (not to be confused with the Text Sequence category of preset behaviors in the Library) lets you animate text attributes— scale , position, color, opacity, glow, and so on—in sequence, character by character. For example, you can create a sequence in which text characters fall vertically into place...

Motion: Particle cell controls

Range has the same controls as the Color Over Life gradient editor. Scale : A slider that defines the scale of every particle of a cell. Click the disclosure triangle next to the Scale parameter to reveal separate X, Y, and Z scaling subparameters. Use X and Y to resize the width and height of generated particles; use Z to change the depth of 3D text particles. This control affects the initial scale of the particle (compared to the Scale Over Life behavior in the Particles behavior category). Note...

Logic Pro X: Electric bass programming overview

and workmanship are the same for all strings in a set. Sets combining wound and non-wound strings do not exist. The relationship between string length and string tension has a significant impact on the overtone content. Disregarding basses that can be adjusted to different scale lengths (different vibrating string lengths), the actual playing position that is used plays an important role. When you play D at the tenth fret on the low E string, it sounds more muffled than the same pitch played on the open D...

Motion: Grow/Shrink

Grow/Shrink The Grow/Shrink behavior lets you animate the scale of an object, enlarging or reducing its size over time. At the first frame of the behavior, the object appears at its original size; the settings of the behavior determine whether the object grows or shrinks over the duration of the effect. The vertical and horizontal growth rates can be set to independent values, for asymmetrical effects. You can use the Grow/Shrink behavior with high-resolution graphics to zoom into an image...

Logic Pro X: Work in the File Tempo Editor

vertically over each handle shows a tag describing the function of that handle. Hold down the Command key while dragging a beat marker to have it snap to significant analysis points. To set a beat as the downbeat: Place the pointer over the beat marker and click the Set Downbeat handle. This handle is not available for beat markers already on a downbeat. To move an individual beat: Click-hold the Move Marker handle and drag the beat marker to a new position. To scale beat markers in a selection: Make...

Motion: Stabilize a shaky clip

transformation to the X and Y dimensions. Horizontal: Applies the stabilize transformation to the X dimension. Vertical: Applies the stabilize transformation to the Y dimension. Enable or disable the Adjust buttons, as follows: Position: Enable this button to apply the analyzed position data to the clip. (The X and Y position changes in the footage are smoothed or stabilized.) To stabilize the X and Y position of the shot and leave scale or rotation changes intact, enable Position and disable Scale ...