All Articles Logic Pro
Cómo hacer bucles Lógica
Rounik Sethi on Tue, March 9th | 5 comments
How-to Create Green Apple Loops in 3 easy steps in Logic If you've ever used Garageband or Logic you will undoubtedly have encountered Apple Loops that can be time stretched and transposed to fit int

Procedimientos Crear Green Apple Loops en

Si alguna vez has usado o Garageband lógica que

Es el formato de elección de Aplicaciones Pro de Apple y en su casa

Apple Loops vienen en dos sabores, azul y verde. En este consejo

Green Apple loops are like super-charged Blue Apple Loops. Both types contain audio data but Green Apple Loops also contain a MIDI region and channel strip settings.... so the possibilities in manipulating them in any MIDI editor and their plugin settings are
endless!

Paso 1

Para este ejemplo

Simplemente arrastra la región desde el área Organizar en el navegador de bucles (en

Paso 2

Desde las regiones Añadir a la biblioteca de Apple Loops

Tipo: Seleccionar loop de

Escala: Mi lazo es vencer

Género

Cuando haya terminado de describir el circuito de la lógica, en Listo.

Paso 3

Una forma rápida de encontrar

Ahora puede hacer clic en el lazo a una vista previa en el proyecto actual de

Echa un vistazo a nuestra l ogic vídeo

Comments (5)

You must be logged in to comment. Login Now

  • I frequently get clicks at the looping points of the loops i make in Logic. Can you please explain the best way to solve this problem. I've tried many approaches. Sometimes the result is ok, but i need to get a around this once and for all.
    • 9 years ago
    • By:
    Reply
  • Rounik Admin
    Hi Ron It's really important to cut or edit an audio region where the waveform crosses the zero point. If you zoom in to the waveform to almost sample level, you'll see where the waveform is crossing the horizontal line. Make your cuts on this line. In Logic's Arrange areas you can ask Logic to "Snap Edits to Zero Crossings" from the local Audio menu. You can also use the same Snap to zero crossings in the Sample Editors 'Edit Menu'. This should solve the issue... If not then a small crossfade on the region can help! I like to bounce crossfaded regions to a new audio file and then add them to the Loops Library. :)
    • 9 years ago
    • By: Rounik Admin
    Reply
  • GaryHiebner
    That's cool that Apple Loops can be created with 3rd party plugins as well. That opens the door for even more possibilities with Logic
    • 8 years ago
    • By: GaryHiebner
    Reply
  • Nothing is better than a quality "Green" Apple loop. Dragging a region in to the loop browser is extremely intuitive and quick. Thanks for the tip! I only wish that Logic 9 allowed me to make the loops more complex... i.e. by letting me draw plug-in automation data over the region and have that data saved within the loop once it's created. I know it can be done with MIDI data but I'm hoping in Logic X we will be able to more completely embed track automation into the actual MIDI regions we create. That would be awesome!!!
    • 9 years ago
    • By:
    Reply
  • I just realized that Green Loops can be created with third party software instruments as well. I just made one with Absynth 5 and it worked flawlessly. Very cool!
    • 9 years ago
    • By:
    Reply
Feedback
Course Advisor
Don't Know Where To Start?
Ask A Course Advisor
Ask Us!
Copy the link below and paste it into an email, forum, or Facebook to share this with your friends.
Make money when you share our links
Become a macProVideo.com Affiliate!
The current affiliate rate is: 50%
Classes Start Next Week!
Live 8-week Online Certification Classes for: