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逻辑快速提示:多输出Ultrabeat能鼓加工
Rounik Sethi on Thu, June 3rd 12 comments
Ultrabeat is a drum synth and sample player that comes bundled with Logic Express and Logic Pro 9. It comes with it's very own Step Sequencer which enables you to create patterns for each and every

Ultrabeat能是一个鼓合成器和采样播放器,带有Logic Express可与Logic Pro 9捆绑。它带有它自己的步进音序器,它使您能够创建它的25个声音(如声音)的每一个模式。每个音色可以样品或调整了自己(当然包括许多预设之一的基础)的一种人工合成的声音。

经常问的一个问题是如何添加一个插件仅一个声音....例如,您可能要添加混响的圈套,只添加压缩机只踢,或添加一些延迟专门您好,帽子。当然,一旦你拖动到逻辑的模式,安排当地的,所有的声音都在一个轨道分配到一个通道地带=该通道地带的影响。在这个快速提示,我们将重点放在如何添加内部逻辑Ultrabeat能处理个人的声音。

警告:一旦你知道如何做到这一点,你的鼓模式,将永远不会一样了 ... ...


第1步-插入一个多输出实例

创建一个新的软件乐器的音轨。现在我们需要将它插入一个多输出实例的Ultrabeat。这将允许您从Ultrabeat能以自己的独立输出的路线声音。

单击并按住顶端的I / O插槽,并从菜单中选择 Ultrabeat能

Ultrabeat能,选择任何预设和图案的选择。我将使用默认的预置和模式。

第2步-指定输出

为了增加不同的影响不同的声音,这些声音需要将自己的通道条。事实上,从我们所选择的声音信号将被路由到单独的AUX通道条。

为了对此进行设置,我们需要把重点放在Ultrabeat能语音分配区域(左)。在这里您可以静音,独奏,改变水平和泛和路线任何它自己的输出的声音。您会发现,每一个声音,目前主输出(或软件仪器通道条)。

我要踢1,环射击,拍手,封闭帽和踏板帽(所有包含序列)单独的辅助通道,这样我们就可以处理它们分别分配。

单击Word (输出区)为语音,并从下拉到自己的输出分配给您所选择的声音(S)“菜单。

请注意,您有8个立体声(包括主输出)和8个单声道输出。


第3步-创建辅助渠道

开放逻辑的混频器,(如果你愿意,可以关闭Ultrabeat能GUI窗口或按键盘上的V来切换显示/隐藏所有插件在Windows)。

现在,我们需要创建为每个被路由到的声音的辅助渠道。您可以在许多方面创造的辅助渠道...但是,下面的方法将确保您创建从Ultrabeat能正确的路由设置的辅助渠道。

点击 Ultrabeat能通道条底部的按钮。这将创建一个辅助通道设置您在Ultrabeat能创建输出输入。许多辅助渠道。


优秀的!现在,您已经排到您所选择的声音/声音从Ultrabeat能以不同的辅助渠道,这将使它一件轻而易举的过程,每一个不同的效果AUX通道,


最后的思考

你可能想在这一点上播放Ultrabeat能模式,并开始插入到不同的辅助渠道的影响。它的一个好主意,通过双击每个AUX通道上的名字命名。此外,每个AUX通道,您可以调整水平,平衡,独奏,静音,路线,进一步输出,添加神秘和奇妙的作用... ...现在的世界是您的Ultrabeat能牡蛎!

如果您需要进一步帮助或任何其他逻辑或Mac软件的问题请访问我们www.macprovideo.com/forum/


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  • Hi, I've got Logic Express 9.0 on my MacBook Pro. It's going ok, but I'm a bit stuck on one thing. I think it must be something really simple but I can't find the answer on the net anywhere. I have made patterns in ultrabeat then dragged them to the arrange window. I would like to then re open that same pattern in ultrabeat and change it slightly still using the same kit and on the same channel. After editing or creating other tracks, when I re open ultrabeat on say the Latino kit that I used, my pattern that I created doesn't come up in ultrbeat. When I play the pattern, I can see the blue keys on the side lighting up and I can see the beats in the piano roll. How can I see these in ultrabeat where the blue lights keep flashing? Thanks
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  • Rounik Admin
    Hi Dominic, Once you've dragged a pattern from Ultrabeat to Logic's Arrange area you can't edit it in Ultrabeat's Step Sequencer. It's a shame... if Ultrabeat supported 'MIDI region import', I'd be so happy!! But as it is, once the region is in the Arrange the best you can do is edit it in the Piano Roll or the Hyper Editor (which once understood is a very powerful drum editor indeed!) Have you checked out Steve H's Ultrabeat Unleashed tutorial? It's the definitive place to go to learn about Ultrabeat IMHO. Pop by the macprovideo forums also if you need any more help. Best Rounik
    • 8 years ago
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  • Thanks for getting back to me so quick! It does seem odd that you can't edit it where you create it. I thought that would be obvious. Nevermind! I'll check the link. Thanks again, Dom
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    Hey Dominic, Well, you can edit it in Ultrabeat's Step Sequencer - but think of Ultrabeat as a separate plugin outside of Logic's MIDI Editors. Once you bring it into the Arrange area then it's out of Ultrabeat's hands... Still I completely agree, being able to import MIDI regions into Ultrabeat seems like a no-brainer. Hopefully that'll happen in a future Logic update or version! :)
    • 8 years ago
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  • Andre van Haren
    Hi! Thanks for this tip. I am actually trying to get another instrument to work (Aria Player by Garritan) and was not able to get the panning separately for each orchestral instrument in the instance.Now it does. However, to be able to work with each orchestral instrument in an instance,I have to open that instance and select it first. Before it was enough just to select the track in the arrange window. Is there a simpler way to do this?
    • 8 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Hi Andreas, Not too familiar with Garritan Aria Player. How do you have each sound from it routed in Logic? are there 8 stereo outputs from Aria begin routed to their own Aux channels for example? If so, then you can adjust the balance/pan on those Aux channels in the Mixer.
    • 8 years ago
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  • Andre van Haren
    Hi Rounik, basically my problem is that I don't hear my other loaded instruments in my Aria player, the plugin instrument. How and where do I select the instrument that I want to record in? I only hear my first loaded instrument that is in the first slot in the instance, channel 1.
    • 8 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Hi Andreas, Have you inserted the Aria player on a normal Software Instrument track? This could be the problem. Try creating a new Software Instrument track from Track > New... This time, make sure the "Multi-timbral" option is checked. Choose Number: 8 (for 8 stereo sounds from the Aria). Now you'll find that 8 tracks are created in the Arrange. Each one with it's own MIDI Channels (1-8). However, they all use the same Instrument (Aria) but selecting 2nd track will playback the "2" sound from Aria, etc. Hope this helps Rounik
    • 8 years ago
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  • Andre van Haren
    Yes, this works, but with this setup I cannot change the panning for every track, the whole Instrument follows the same panning.
    • 8 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Hi Andreas, there's two ways around this issue in Logic. 1. (as in this tutorial with Ultrabat) you need to assign the sounds / channels within Aria to an output - and then create Aux channels and use those to control and mix the different elements from the Aria player. 2. There is a method Steve H show cased in his Logic TNT2 tutorial... that uses the Environment - Once you set it up it's very cool... It's videos 18-25 in this tutorial here if you're interested: http://www.macprovideo.com/tutorial/logic9303tnt2 Hope this helps Rounik
    • 8 years ago
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  • Worumye
    Great tip - so easy! Thanks!
    • 8 years ago
    • By: Worumye
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  • Rounik Admin
    Thanks Chas. Glad you found it useful :)
    • 8 years ago
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