Logic Pro X offers a lot of features, for example to Building Beats, Making tones etc. The so-called “editing” of audio regions usually takes place after recording or even while arranging a song. The processing of audio regions is an essential part of the production process and is the focus of this part of the workshop.
Setting up the project – preparation is half the battle
Let’s start by setting up our project: By default, drum samplers come with pre-built drum kits. These are compilations of individual drum samples, which offer everything from bass drum, snare drum, hi-hat to crash cymbals and percussion instruments to create a complete groove.
The pen tool – how do I become a musical Picasso?
Now let’s start with your first beat! You don’t need a MIDI keyboard or a drum controller, just the virtual pen tool from Logic, mouse and keyboard, as we will simply draw in the MIDI notes.
Wait a minute – what exactly do MIDI notes do? MIDI data is control information for controlling electronic instruments, i.e. sound generators such as synthesizers or samplers. In our case, a drum sampler is “controlled” or triggered by playing a MIDI note, which then plays a sample that is in the form of an audio file, e.g. B. in WAV or MP3 format on your hard drive.
And already we have the basic rhythm on which many dance songs are based. Of course we can’t let this musical masterpiece run through for three minutes in a row – even in a minimal techno club, tired faces would appear. So it is time to build variations from our basic rhythm. To do this, we duplicate our MIDI region and expand it.
The drum section is now there, but what happens next? Since drawing in MIDI notes doesn’t only work with drum samples, we can now program other virtual instruments.
Even without in-depth knowledge of music theory, you can program instruments harmoniously in Logic X. I decided to continue with this style of music with a synth bass. Here you will now get to know the brush tool.
This is exactly how it works with every other virtual instrument and for many musical styles. Just try it! Over time you will develop your own approaches, shape your own sound and thus form your signature as a beat producer.
The use of MIDI keyboards or drum controllers naturally brings more liveliness and “realness” to a production through the live recording. However, this requires at least a certain amount of sense of rhythm.
MacOS professional music production software
Friends who do video editing often worry about not finding suitable background music, and now many music is copyrighted, and you need to pay a corresponding fee to use it. Then what should we do? Why not try to make your own music. Here are some easy-to-use Mac music creation software for everyone.
A digital music creation software written by Apple is part of iLife, a Mac application suite. Use up to 255 tracks to create music, start with 40 basic courses, learn to play guitar and piano, music types include classic, blues, rock and pop, simple and easy to use interactive design, very textured interface design, and easy to use Music composition.
For most amateurs who like to play music and create, Garageband for windows has more than enough functions.
2. Logic Pro X
Logic Pro X for Mac is a Professional audio production software designed by Apple and available for download on Lisanilssonart.com. It contains a variety of instruments, effects and loops, forming a complete toolkit for professional music creation, editing and mixing.
3. Fl studio
FL Studio 20 for Mac is A powerful music arrangement and production software. Although you may not have been exposed to music production, you can also use fl Studio 20 to compose, organize, record, edit, mix, master and produce professional quality music. FL Studio does not require high computer and corresponding configuration, and can be used flexibly in different devices.
4. Studio One 4
Studio One Professional is the only program that associates songs and stems with the completed mixed project. Transfer the mix or mixed stem to the project page for mastering-but if you hear something that needs to be changed, just jump back to the song, make adjustments, and then automatically mix the modified version into the project page to continue Mastering.
5. Ableton Live 10 Suite
There are four new devices: Meet Wavetable, Echo, Drum Buss and Pedal, which bring you brand new sound effects. Have more music, out of the box, and optimize the design so that all your music creation can be done on Push.