comping feature of Logic Pro, sub tracks

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by psychonaut, Jun 27, 2013.

  1. psychonaut

    psychonaut Active Member

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    I was recording some bass, and made new tracks for each take(I have been able to make this very effective), but when I came back to look at the recordings, I found something that I've never seen before. How can I get it back to normal? Right now I can't even move the files!
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  2. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

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    There may be a way to expand the tracks. I don't know Logic at all so. thaldmkyg9altnacky;aolwentdiyopalerktnlay9orgcvyre
     
  3. ouzo77

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    Hello.

    This is the comping feature of logic. You don't have to record every take to a new track. Logic will create "sub tracks" when you record over another take. When you suspend the take folder you can select sections from each take to comp a "perfect" take.

    Here's some more info:
    Logic Pro 9: Expanded Take Folder Editing


    This is a great feature they introduced with Logic 8 and has been adapted by many other DAWs.
     
  4. psychonaut

    psychonaut Active Member

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    Thanks, that explained it! It seems like a pretty good feature indeed, I will start using it now :)
     
  5. masterblaster

    masterblaster Active Member

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    Logic X is out, check the free overview of it at macprovideo.com! It really has improved.
     
  6. psychonaut

    psychonaut Active Member

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    I'll lose all my 32-bit plugins, it's probably buggy as hell for the first 6 months and I have to install Mountain Lion, so no thanks.
     

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