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逻辑的自动化模式的解释
Mo Volans on Thu, February 10th 10 comments
Automation is literally one of the best things about modern music production software. Hopefully I don't sound old when I say that I can clearly remember using systems that had zero automation or call

自动化是字面上对现代音乐制作软件最好的事情之一。希望我不健全的时候我说,我可以清楚地记得,使用的系统,零自动化或回调,...一场噩梦!

Now we can record, automate and edit any movements we make on just about any parameter in our DAW. This is truly a great thing but there are a few pitfalls that you have to look out for. Here we take a look at understanding the various automation modes in Logic Pro.

编写自动化

写你的第一个自动化数据到一个新记录或编程的跟踪时,您可以使用任何的三个自动化模式(写,锁存器和触摸)。这些模式中的任何会很乐意到适当的自动化跟踪记录你的动作。

因此,让您的项目玩,进入写模式,并开始移动插件参数的水平,平底锅和。当你做,你会发现,一切都已经记录,并准备使用。

为什么要使用锁存VS写模式?

那么为什么,你问,有逻辑有三个写模式,我们什么时候使用它们呢? , 锁存模式是最有用的模式之一,因为它继续录制自动数据逻辑正在播放时,您已经完成移动参数/推子。它也不会写超过任何现有的自动化数据后,才能移动控制器或鼠标的参数。

更具破坏性的模式,一般应避免像瘟疫。

它写在传统意义上的的自动化数据,但会清除已记录所有轨道上的其他任何。即使苹果在他们的手册,你很少会需要它,“它是唯一有完整的自动化模式”的状态。

触摸模式是什么?

触摸模式是一个真正可用的模式是非常相似锁存模式,因为它是非破坏性,并留下记录的数据完整无缺时,不调整相关参数。

编辑提示:触摸模式基本上喜欢阅读模式。所有现有的自动化数据将被读,直到你犯了一个触摸控制器或鼠标参数的变化。 一旦你释放鼠标按钮或控制器将读取现有的自动化数据。

触摸模式是很大的,例如,如果要自动运行的体积只有在合唱节 ... 然后只要你释放的音量推子,推子将跳回任何现有的值之前开始应用自动化。

打回事情

一旦您记录您的自动化打回简单只要把阅读”模式的轨道。任何记录,然后播放,为您的项目。简单。

当然,这是值得记住您的数据锁存器或触摸模式时也将播放,所以这是另一个原因,使用多余的写模式这些模式。

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  • Steve
    I know this article is about 1000 years old in internet years, but what is the next step? My automation is in and where I want it. Do I need to bounce tracks, bounce tracks in place, etc? Thanks.
    • 6 months ago
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  • So when would be a good situation to use write mode? Thanks
    • 8 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Hey Ben, 'Write' mode is great to use when you're 'recording' automation to a track for the first time. Also, if you decide you wish to delete / overwrite all automation on all tracks... then use write mode! (It's safe to say I don't use write mode much!!)
    • 8 years ago
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  • movolans
    Hi Ben... The simple answer to your question is 'never' ;) To be honest it's only really there for legacy reasons and to tie in with controls on some dedicated control surfaces. Even the Logic manual suggests "it is only there to complete the automation modes"
    • 8 years ago
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  • movolans
    Haha, obviously Rounik and I disagree slightly here but he certainly makes a good point... saying that I think my 'write' mode will remain unused.
    • 8 years ago
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  • Thanks guys, very helpful! I've been using logic through college for the past year but there's so much to learn! Need to set aside more time for these tutorials me thinks!
    • 8 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Glad you're finding these tuts useful Ben! Keep checking back daily - there's lots of good stuff in the pipeline... @ Mo... I should've said "I don't use write mode EVER!!" Ha! Well, I'm sure I used it the once when I first used track automation in Logic and to my dismay the rest of the automation on my tracks disappeared ;-)
    • 8 years ago
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  • Peter Schwartz
    I second the emotion of avoiding Write mode. I never use it. If you're starting a track and you want to write in initial volume levels, Latch is fine for that. And if you want to delete automation, there are much faster ways of doing that where you don't have to wait for your entire track to play down.
    • 8 years ago
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  • GaryHiebner
    Thanks for the great tut, Mo! Definitely be careful with write mode. Very easy to overwrite automation you may have spent hours doing.
    • 8 years ago
    • By: GaryHiebner
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  • Sullyblime
    Hi Mo. If I automate the volume on a track, but then want to adjust the 'original' overall volume of the track, how can I do this while still maintaining the automation pattern? For example, I automate a track to go up in volume that orignally started on -5. But then I decide to move the fader down to -8. But when I try that, the automation automatically snaps back to -5 every time. Thanks!
    • 7 years ago
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