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Logic Pro X 208 - Alchemy Explored.
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  • 1

    How many patterns can be programmed in the Arpeggiator?

  • 2

    How can the modulation that is in use be made visible in the MSEG area?

  • 3

    What is the Performance control's 'Rate' menu used for?

  • 4

    When modulating using the MSEG, how are the points created placed on a timed grid?

  • 5

    What settings can be edited by Right-clicking the Performance controls & Transform pads?

  • 6

    You can load the EXS24 sounds into Alchemy. True or False?

  • 7

    How many individual sequencers can be used in Alchemy?

  • 8

    The 'Multi' tab on the Arpeggiator allows you to edit these.

  • 9

    This is how many sine wave oscillators are available for additive synthesis and resynthesis in Alchemy.

  • 10

    Alchemy's LFOs can only be bipolar. True or False?

  • 11

    This is what's displayed in Simple mode

  • 12

    It is only possible to import audio from the Apple Loops browser. True or False ?

  • 13

    What are Transform Pads snapshots of?

  • 14

    Which of the following statements is true of Modmaps.

  • 15

    The Transform Pad creates smooth transitions between different snapshots of the Performance Control Settings. True or False?

  • 16

    How many Arp Mods does each of the Arp A, B, C, and D have?

  • 17

    Besides the settings (gear) icon , what four parameters are below the Transform pads?

  • 18

    What determines the depth value when modulating with the MSEG modulator?

  • 19

    What does the Performance control's 'Octave' drop-down menu do?

  • 20

    What company initially created Alchemy?

  • 21

    At the sound sources stage, how do you make the sound pass through all the filters in the sources section, at the same time.

  • 22

    How do you initialize the Alchemy synth?

  • 23

    How many separate LFOs can one Alchemy preset contain?

  • 24

    The Octave pull-down below the Transform Pads allows you to do this.

  • 25

    "MSEG" stands for Multiple Segment Envelope Generator. True or False?

Logic Pro X 208
Alchemy Explored
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