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Loop Editor 101 - Loop Editor: Explored.
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Tempo and pitch adjustments can happen only inside of your DAW, not inside Loop Editor. True or false?
What will you lose if you export to ACID format and use loops in Ableton Live?
Seconds of audio
The ‘tagged’ metadata
The actual recording of your loop can be done inside of Loop Editor. True or false?
Which effect would be most difficult to time/pitch stretch accurately and cleanly?
Loop editor can create loops that work and are indexed by Logic. True or false?
Apple Loops format uses the file extension:
Viewing the rectified waveform shows the wave moving in…
A single direction instead of up and down
5.1 surround sound
You can edit your audio to less than a full measure but still export a range of a full measure. True or false?
Loops you create in Loop Editor can be read in:
A 2-track mastering program
All of these
All samplers will read the loop slices the same way. True or false?
Metadata is universal and is supported by every DAW in the same way. True or false?
When adjusting loop crossfades, they will automatically adjust in tandem. True or false?
Loop Editor will automatically loop the entire sampled audio if you do not select a loop region. True or false?
Snapping to the nearest zero crossing ________________.
moves the playhead to ‘zero’ and sets up a loop region for exactly two measures
moves the marker to the closest place where the waveform moves from positive amplitude to negative amplitude
sets the tempo of the loop to zero
sets the volume of the currently selected loop region to zero
When recording a loop with FX, you must be careful with:
the rhythmic ‘tightness’ of your original file
all of these
the tempo and decay of the effects
the placement of your loop slices
Audio is imported into Loop Editor by
By using the File -> Import Audio command or by dragging and dropping into the window
None of the other answers are correct
Dragging and dropping into the window
By using the File -> Import Audio command
To play from one slice point to the next, hold this key while clicking in between slice points:
Moving a kick drum hit in the kick drum track and having that hit move in the other tracks as well is an example of:
Time and pitch stretching algorithms vary depending on what program you are using. The same loop can sound different when played back in two different programs.
What will you get when you use the export slices command?
A file ‘bundle’ of all individual loop slices compressed into a single ZIP file
All answers are correct
A single AIFF file with slices marked off for your sampler
Each sliced component as an individual file
Using drum replacement software always erases the original drum sound. True or false?
Loop Editor 101
Loop Editor: Explored
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