Sample based beats in Logic

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  1. chronyk

    chronyk Guest


    I'm after some opinions here.

    For producing sample based beats for use with Logic, would you
    1. Sequence drum audio samples directly in Logic?

    2. Use EXS24 software sampler and drum samples?

    3. Use another software sampler?

    4. Use MIDI and an external sampler?

    5. Use an external sampler to sequence as well and export the track into Logic?

    6. Call up the studio manager and ask him to hire Billy Cobham for the day ?
  2. WSpeckmann

    WSpeckmann Guest

    Hello Sydney,

    this is Germany calling (again).
    Go for #2: Excellent timing/Full integration into Logic.

    Or #6 with Manu Katché .

    Best wishes,
  3. cdp

    cdp Active Member

    Mar 13, 2001
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    Hi there,

    I'm really a fan of the exs, but using this in combination with dragging the actual drum samples onto the arrange window, along with external samplers is the way I go.

    Can your computer handle a ton of extra tracks? Then record external patterns part by part, each on it's own track. You may end up with a dozen or two tracks for your grooves, but you'll also be able to fine tune each part.

    Charles Di Pinto

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