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而不影响逻辑9样品的时间创建高亢的采样仪器
Rounik Sethi on Thu, November 18th | 12 comments
If you map one audio sample in Logic's EXS24 from C1 to C4 not only will you be able to create a pitched instrument, you will also notice the duration of the sample will be altered. The higher the pit

如果你映射一个音频采样Logic的EXS24从C1到C4不仅你才能够创建一个高亢的仪器,你还会发现样品的时间将被改变。音高越高,短,持续时间,较低的原始样品将不再伸出间距。现在,虽然这可能是你想达到什么目的,有时你想创造一个没有速度高亢仪器,加速/减速效应。有第三方取样器和应用程序,可以做到这一点,但这里有一个方法,得到这个工作在逻辑9。

01 - 启动的声音,然后重复

在这个例子中,我使用的一个短声的Apple Loops库,Logic Studio的乌鸦。为了不影响工期的情况下创建一个高亢的声音,我们要创建已经高亢的多个样本,并导入这些EXS24。

酒吧1 1 1 1位置的音频地区和选择地区

因为我的地区是如此短暂,我选择了重复该地区的每一个节拍上。 (根据您的音频区域的长度,选择正确的调整)。再次,我也选择创建一个八度(12注球场)采样仪器,创造尽可能多的,因为你需要。

02 - 间距

插入一个插入插槽变调第二插件。设置它的组合,以100%和半色调0。

您可以尝试的移调类型(鼓,语音和声乐)。我觉得声乐作品颇能大多数单声道声音。

03 - 选择自动化

这里的想法是为每一个区域,比前一个高一个半音。使用自动化,将使这很容易实现。

Choose View > Automation and from the Automation Parameter Menu (in the Track Header) select PShift II > Semi Tone

04 - 创建自动化

在如上图所示的半音色参数绘制的自动化。点击创建两个节点,并在每个区域开始向上拖动一个步骤的自动化线。它应该像一个楼梯。如果您需要创建一个八度以​​上,你可以从-12半铃声多达12个。如果您需要更多的八度音,您可以插入第二移调II通道条。

您可能会发现一个更快的方法来创建自动化,在此解释的文章使用选框工具。

05 - 在广场弹跳

一旦你完成创建自动化隐藏自动化视图“A”和倾听的结果。现在,我们需要导入EXS24取样之前,这些地区呈现的音频效果。最简单的方法是点击轨道头,然后选择田径

我们希望在球场的音频文件提供插件自动化确保禁用复选框的“搭桥效应插件“。

06 - 多鸿沟

现在我们有一个单一的音频文件。我们需要分成多个区域,每一个高亢的声音样本的音频地区。使用剪刀工具,可能需要很长的时间去和分裂地区。另外,

Once you release the mouse button, multiple regions will be created of the same length.

07 - 转换采样轨道

选择您刚刚创建的所有地区。 (一个快速的方法来做到这一点是点击轨道头 - 在赛道上的所有地区,或活跃周期范围内,将被选中)。

接下来,选择: 音频

From the New Sampler Track dialogue window you'll need to set Create Zones From: Regions and set the Trigger Note Range as desired.

单击“确定”时,即可大功告成。

08 - 收尾

The audio regions will be muted and a new Software Instrument Track is created with the samples already loaded into an EXS24 Sampler Instrument. As an additional bonus there is a MIDI region which corresponds to the Audio we converted on the above track. In this case, I'm not going to keep the region.

测试出你的采样仪器,你会发现音符的持续时间是恒定的。他们也投您所指定的,甚至更好的跨越的注意范围,作为一个取样工具,它更容易发挥和程序序列。

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  • GaryHiebner
    Brilliant tutorial!
    • 8 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Thanks Gary :)
    • 8 years ago
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  • yeah this is very helpful thanks
    • 8 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Thanks Steve!
    • 8 years ago
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  • Can this be done in Windows (PC) platform? If so, what are the DAW / software? Cubase? FL Studio? Thanks!
    • 7 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Hi (no name), The basic principle behind this technique should carry over to the PC platform and other DAWs. I'm not sure about Fruity Loops, as I don't know enough about it - but certainly Cubase, Sonar and the other big DAWs should be able to achieve this. Thanks.
    • 7 years ago
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  • Wicopye
    great tutorial if i wanted to create a pitched instrument using say a synth stab from a vengeance sound pack for example .. but didn't know the original pitch, could i use the pitch shifter to decide what pitch i want to start from and then go up or down from there ? or will it only go up or down from the samples original pitch ?? and if so, i don't suppose there are tutorials on how to determine the samples pitch ??? thanks in advance
    • 7 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Hey Eddie, You're correct. If you use the Pitch Shifter it can't determine the pitch so just adds/subtracts the relative pitch in octaves. You can find the original pitch using something like the Guitar Tuner plugin to give you a rough idea. Then try creating a new software instrument track. Instantiate an EXS24 and use the default sine wave setting (or load in a piano) and play that to help you find the pitch of the sample. (Look in Logic's Transport bar to see which MIDI note pitch you are playing). Hope this helps Rounik
    • 7 years ago
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  • Wicopye
    Hi thanks for such a speedy response ! i will have a go at that when i am home. sounds like a simple enough way to achieve it, thanks very much i am trying to get my head round the exs24, mainly to create my own instruments.. but having trouble getting the notes to sustain, i know this is going off topic but finding people who help is hard to come across .. can you point me in the direction of a tutorial for this ?? or the correct terminology for me to run a good enough search in google many thanks
    • 7 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Hi Eddie, I see... getting notes to sustain... well, depends how long the original sample is. You can set up loop points for audio samples in EXS24... and/or use the 'One shot' feature to play the length of the sample even once your finger has stopped triggering the note on the keyboard. I'd recommend the video tutorials here at macProVideo... the one on the EXS24 is here: http://www.macprovideo.com/tutorial/logic9102 But then if you're interested in stretching the original audio file and then bringing it in to the EXS24 (in order to sustain the note longer than the original) then you may be interested in time stretching (all covered in the Logic 101) but you can go more in depth with this video tutorial on Flex time: http://www.macprovideo.com/tutorial/logic9104 Personally, I'd recommend getting a one month online subscription so you can view ALL the videos (there's more on Logic than anywhere else!) - of course, feel free to ask away here or on the Logic Forums here: http://www.macprovideo.com/forum/logic/logic-pro-express Hope that helps :)
    • 7 years ago
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  • Wicopye
    hi thanks once again for your reply.. i will check them out now, i probably overlooked the logic 101 because i felt i had a good basic understanding of the DAW .. Guess i have just learnt a fundamental rule, you can never stop learning lol !! so back to basics ... thanks for your support !
    • 7 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    No probs Eddie. I'd recommend the EXS24 tut... it's packed with useful info... and of course the 101 is massive in the content it covers too. Of course, let me know if you have any Qs on the forums. We're always around to help when we can :)
    • 7 years ago
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