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Tutoriel: automatisation Tempo en temps réel dans l'environnement de Logic
Rounik Sethi on Sat, November 27th | 10 comments
Learning how to automate levels, pan and virtually any plug-in control in Logic opens a whole world of possibilities when mixing your music. Not only can you draw automation offline but you can also r

Apprendre à automatiser les niveaux, de panoramique et pratiquement n'importe quel plug-in de contrôle dans Logic ouvre tout un monde de possibilités lors du mixage de votre musique. Non seulement pouvez-vous tirer automatisation déconnecté mais vous pouvez également enregistrer l'automation en temps réel dans de trop. Sans doute cela peut être un des aspects les plus amusants du mélange! Merci à Pistes globales dans Logic, il est possible de créer des changements de tempo déconnecté. Et, si vous cherchez à créer des changements de tempo en temps réel et d'enregistrer les mouvements de tempo de vos morceaux tempo global? Ce serait formidable pour la création d'une carte de tempo rapides ou jouer live. À première vue, il semble que cela ne peut pas être fait. Mais ne jamais dire jamais quand il s'agit de l'Environnement de Logic ...

01 - Mise en route

Open an existing Logic project or create a new one. Create as many tracks as you need plus an extra one. It doesn't matter what type of track as we'll reassign it later.

Dans ce cas, j'ai créé deux pistes audio.

02 - Aller de l'environnement

Open a New Environment window from Window > Environment (Command+8).
Navigate to the Clicks & Ports layer.

03 - Temps de Fader

Dans l'environnement de Logic, vous pouvez définir l'entrée et de sortie pour les faders à une pléthore de différents messages MIDI. Là, quelques «préréglé» faders déjà mis en place pour contrôler certaines fonctions. Vous pouvez trouver un fader de contrôle Tempo ici dans le menu local de l'Environnement:

Nouveau

You'll get an alert message which warns you that to use the Tempo Fader to record it's values to Logic's Tempo control it must be cabled directly into the Sequencer Input object. Click OK to continue.

Votre fader Tempo devrait ressembler à ceci.

04 - La taille est tout

You can resize any Environment object by selecting it and dragging on the white square in the lower right corner. The larger the Fader the more accurate you can be when creating tempo changes.

Aussi, nous allons faire de cette fenêtre Environnement pour une fenêtre flottante de sorte qu'il apparaît toujours sur le dessus. Choisissez: Voir

05 - Contrôle de Tempo

Before we cable the new Fader to any other object, try moving the level and look at your Transport Display. You'll notice that we are controlling Logic's tempo!

Toutefois, si vous commencez la lecture déplacer le fader de transport, appuyez sur Stop et reprendre la lecture à nouveau, vous remarquerez que Tempo Logic revient à la valeur initiale.

06 - Pistes globales

Avant de continuer et de faire le lien afin de nous permettre d'enregistrer ces mouvements Fader Tempo dans Logic, nous allons jeter un oeil à la manière de visualiser le «carte de tempo" dans Logic.

First up is the Tempo Global Track. Click on the Global Tracks disclosure triangle (or press "G" on your keyboard) to expand the Global Tracks area. Resize the Tempo Global Track as desired.

07 - Liste Tempo

Ouvrez la zone Listes et cliquez sur l'onglet Tempo. Tant la piste Tempo Tempo mondial et Liste de fournir d'autres moyens de visualisation (et créer) la carte de tempo (s) pour votre projet.

08 - Câble qu'il

Maintenant afin d'enregistrer la valeur du Fader Tempo BPM sur la piste Tempo globale, nous devons câble de la sortie de nos Fader Tempo (dans l'environnement) dans l'entrée du séquenceur.

Nous n'avons pas à elle directement du câble aussi longtemps que le signal de notre Fader Tempo parvient à l'entrée séquenceur ... Ainsi, par exemple, vous pourriez glisser du triangle en haut à droite du fader et connectez le câble résultant de la "Vue d'entrée» ou «billets d'entrée" objet comme ils sont câblés à la "Entrée Séquenceur" de toute façon.

Having said that, I've the cabled the output from my Tempo Fader directly into the Sequencer Input as shown in the image below:

09 - Nouvelle piste Tempo

Ce n'est pas une étape nécessaire, mais c'est celle que je préfère faire pour garder les choses organisées. Nous allons céder nos Fader Tempo pour une piste existante dans la zone Arrangement. Il ya 3 façons simples de faire cela, mais ma méthode préférée est de glisser-déposer.

Position the Environment window so that you can see the Arrange area's Track Headers. If you haven't already done so, now is a good time to create an extra track (any type will do). Now simply drag the Tempo Fader in the Environment window on to a Track Header in the Arrange area to reassign it.

10 - Automatisation Tempo en temps réel

La dernière étape consiste à placer la tête de lecture où vous souhaitez commencer automatisant le tempo, appuyez sur le bouton Enregistrer et commencer à bouger votre Fader Tempo comme désiré.

Vous ne verrez pas d'info de tempo en cours d'écriture à la piste Tempo globale ou la liste Tempo tout

Vous pouvez maintenant modifier ces informations de tempo soit dans la liste Tempo ou piste Tempo globale comme désiré.

Vous voulez en savoir plus logique et astuces Environnement Logic et astuces? Vous aimez ce tutoriel, puis !

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  • Jason
    I know this post is pretty old, but I just found it and found it really helpful! A followup question though: Do you know if there's a way to assign this fader to a physical fader on a midi controller? I've not been able to sort it out. THANKS!
    • 4 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Hi Jason, Sure! What you'll need to do (from memory because I'm not in front of Logic right now) is 1. in the Environment window go to the Clicks & Port layer... 2. Move the physical fader and look at the messages coming through the "Input View". This view will show you the MIDI Control channel | parameter | value... remember the channel and parameter values. 3. go to the Real-time tempo fader in the environment that you've created and select it. 4. In the Inspector on the left change its INPUT channel, "-1-" (parameter) and value range to match the physical values. That should work :-)
    • 4 years ago
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  • Samu
    Hey Rounik, thank you so much for this really easily understandable and functioning tutorial! I have a question, that is somehow connected to that topic but goes a little bit deeper: - I am Working with audio material! Is there a way to change the Tempo in realtime without having a quality loss? Thank you so much for you help! Cheers, Samuel
    • 4 years ago
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  • Rounik Admin
    Hey Samu, Glad you found the article helpful :) There will always be some kind of quality loss when changing tempo with audio, especially in real-time. Can you describe what it is you're doing in more detail? Perhaps there's another way to approach this. Also, are you using Logic Pro only, or could you use Ableton Live or other software too? Best, Rounik
    • 4 years ago
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  • Samu
    Hey Rounik, thanks for replying! Seriously, I couldn't find an article like that in any other forum or site! Funny your suggesting Ableton live cause that's what my professor suggested to me too... I was also thinking about using MaxForLife or even MaxMsp since they're communicating so well with Ableton live, are you familiar with that? I'm still at the beginning of the project but it feels like it's gonna get big... It's about Music and running! I will have a constant stream of two open bluetooth signals from a stride sensor and a hear rate sensor coming into MaxMsp (in case I don't come up with something better), calculate a certain value from these and determine the tempo of either a audio material session or a midi session, not sure yet! In case of Midi: depending on the current tempo in the session certain instrument tracks, effects etc. should be activated In case of Audio: Depending on the tempo certain songs (that were loaded into an player and analyzed in advance) should be faded in and played without leaving a break between the different songs so a constant running music is played back! Could I express my idea understandably? Thank you so much for your help and interest, Samuel
    • 4 years ago
    • By: Samu
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  • Rounik Admin
    Hey Samu, Thanks. This sounds like a really interesting project. I think Ableton might be better suited.. but you can try this in Logic. What I'd suggest doing one of the following. Either: 1. make sure all your audio regions are tempo-enabled apple loops or 2. Create sampler instruments from each audio region and play those back. Now this would work better if the audio is rhythmic rather than melodic, but it'd be an interesting experiment to try! Oh wait... will the audio be recorded in real-time too? will that be from one of the bluetooth signals? Let us know how you get on :)
    • 4 years ago
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  • Samu
    Hey Rounik, I was messing around with apple loops but thats not the way I'm gonna work, it's not flexible enough... I'm afraid I have to use Ableton (which I never used before) because of the really well functioning "warping algorythm"... Are you exclusively working with Logic?
    • 4 years ago
    • By: Samu
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  • Samu
    Hello Rounik, it's Samuel again. My project changed a lot and I'm back in Logic. I figured how to use a external hardware device (with knobs etc.) but I have a new problem: I want to send a midi signal form another program (max/msp) to Logic to control the tempo of a midi file. I can see the the values in the input view but can't route them to the tempo fader :( Could you explain me how to do that? Thank in advance!!! Samuel
    • 4 years ago
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  • logicluvva
    Inspiring & as always, thoughtfully paced and therefore fully appreciated. Thanks
    • 8 years ago
    • By: logicluvva
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  • Rounik Admin
    Thanks logicluvva! Glad this tutorial has been helpful :)
    • 8 years ago
    • By: Rounik Admin
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