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Still missing. This is really frustrating – it’s basically the only thing I need from Logic It just means that I deleted the hard drive contents from the Recovery disk, reinstalled OS I figured it’d be better than cluttering my OS. Wrong folder! You can get there via the Finder s’ Go menu: roll it down and press the Alt key, the User Library will appear as an option. Didn’t work. I seem to remember reading in another thread somewhere that the fix for this was to use “Show Advanced Tools”.

If I recall correctly, I think supposedly they would all have been enabled if the Logic X installer saw an older copy. You can post now and register later.

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Click here! Share More sharing options Followers 0. Reply to this topic Start new topic. Recommended Posts. Posted July 18, I can’t edit the EXS24 – the edit button is literally missing, and when viewing it as Controls instead of Editor the Open button for the Edit parameter exists, but does nothing. Can anybody confirm this? Thank you. Logic Pro 9. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options Eric Cardenas Posted July 18, Do you mean that you can’t open the editor?

Works perfectly fine here. Eriksimon Posted July 18, Why did the chicken cross the Mobius ring? Thanks for the replies. The attached is what I see. Maybe I should reinstall? Basic controls like volume and pan let you mix the samples — maybe panning some drum samples across the stereo image, for example, or sitting a reverberated snare sample behind a dry snare.

Tuning controls can either be used correctively re-tuning a sampled bass note with poor intonation, for example or creatively, particularly in the example of re-tuning drum samples.

Other creative options include the option to reverse the sample playback, which is well worth using in conjunction with the in-built sample editor accessible via a drop-down menu in the Audio File column to adjust the start and end points. The Groups are listed down the left-hand side of the editor window, and work much the same as playlists in iTunes — simply select your required zones and drag them across into the Groups list.

In effect, the controls here — including filters, envelopes, LFOs, a modulation matrix and tuning functions — are applied globally across all the zones, making it a quick and easy way of changing the sound of the instrument en masse.

Ultimately, the quicker you can map the samples, the less interruption there is to your creative process, giving you more time to explore the creative potential of sampling in your music. Data Management Remember to store all your sample data in a clear, organised way, arguably making some optimisation in respect to the speed of the hard drive which will affect how many voices you can stream.

An external drive, connected via a fast connection protocol like FireWire or USB 3, or an additional internal drive, should be considered essential, reserved solely for the task of sample streaming. This tutorial is endorsed by Point Blank. You can study sound to picture on their Music Production Diploma courses, with pro industry tutors. Apple Logic Pro Mixing. Soundcore Motion Boom Plus review: Getting the party started just got a whole lot easier.

 
 

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Share More sharing options Followers 0. Reply to this topic Start new topic. Recommended Posts. Posted July 18, I can’t edit the EXS24 – the edit button is literally missing, and when viewing it as Controls instead of Editor the Open button for the Edit parameter exists, but does nothing. Can anybody confirm this? Thank you. Logic Pro 9. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options Eric Cardenas Posted July 18, Do you mean that you can’t open the editor?

Works perfectly fine here. Eriksimon Posted July 18, Why did the chicken cross the Mobius ring? Thanks for the replies. The attached is what I see. Maybe I should reinstall? Have you tried trashing the logic10 preferences?

I only see it in the disk drive one. That’s not it. Still missing The only thing that comes to mind is I completely rebuilt the OS.

You are in the wrong Library my friend. Look inside the User library. Posted July 18, edited. The Terminal thingy Eric mentions is imho a better solution. Edited July 18, by Eriksimon. Did you quit Logic, then delete the file s , then restarted Logic? If you kept it running, nothing will change. Try reinstalling LPX if that doesn’t work, but only after you tried Erik’s suggestion first.

I did it again, exactly as prescribed – nothing’s working. Seems like it’s time for a fresh install. Thank you for your patience.

Posted July 19, No luck. Fresh everything. Eriksimon Posted July 19, JoeA Posted July 19, Mapping Success One key component that can confuse new users is the difference between the EXS24 instrument plug-in, which you instantiate into your track list or mixer, and the so-called EXS24 Instrument Editor. In essence, the EXS24 Instrument plug-in is the front-end of the sampler, complete with a set of synthesiser-like controls that can be used to modify the sample playback — using envelope generators, for example, to shape the amplitude over time, or the filter to home in on harmonic information.

Creating a new instrument from scratch begins with an empty instance of the EXS To open the editor, press the small Edit button in the top right-hand corner of the EXS24 plug-in. From here, we can see a list of the samples used in our instrument, along with their relative position on the keyboard, the number of keys that they span across, as well as how they respond to velocity. Zone Out Technically speaking, an EXS24 instrument is comprised of a series of zones, with each zone containing a sample of your choice.

The importing process works intelligently, so that you could drag just one sample over a single note and have it mapped accordingly, or drag a collection of samples and have them auto-mapped across a series of consecutive keys. Basic controls like volume and pan let you mix the samples — maybe panning some drum samples across the stereo image, for example, or sitting a reverberated snare sample behind a dry snare. Tuning controls can either be used correctively re-tuning a sampled bass note with poor intonation, for example or creatively, particularly in the example of re-tuning drum samples.

Other creative options include the option to reverse the sample playback, which is well worth using in conjunction with the in-built sample editor accessible via a drop-down menu in the Audio File column to adjust the start and end points. The Groups are listed down the left-hand side of the editor window, and work much the same as playlists in iTunes — simply select your required zones and drag them across into the Groups list.

In effect, the controls here — including filters, envelopes, LFOs, a modulation matrix and tuning functions — are applied globally across all the zones, making it a quick and easy way of changing the sound of the instrument en masse.

 

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By Ananna , 4 hours ago in Logic Pro. Click here! Installing EXS Share More sharing options Followers 1. Go to solution Solved by triplets, October 10, Reply to this topic Start new topic.

Recommended Posts. PauldeH Posted October 9, Posted October 9, Hi, Am new to Logic and am in the process of learning all about this exciting tool! Thanks in advance! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options If you’re on Logic Thanks for your reply! I am using If you refer to the menu library with, bass, drumkit, electric drumkit, guitar, mallet etc etc, it does not have a sampler option. It does have a quick sampler option, which gives me the option between arpeggiator, keys and pad.

But those dont lead to the extensive set of extra drumkits and drum samples that EXS24 is supposed to bring. Am i looking in the wrong spot? Do i need to install or activatie something somewhere? You want the instrument plugin menu, not the library, which is a different thing. Where can I find that? Have searched all menus a couple of times now but cannot locate it.

The help function in logic also doesnt seem to point me in the right direction. This splits the audio at these points and maps the resulting splits into Zones. If you then add more audio via the import options above, another Group will be created, and both sets of samples will play back when triggered by the same MIDI note. You can change the relative levels, pan and outputs of the Groups and decide their responsiveness to incoming velocity.

In this fashion, you can quickly create complex multilayer instruments. The Synth area covers the overall pitch volume and pan of your instrument, and also houses two filters that can be arranged in series or parallel. The Synth section provides extensive modulation and processing options. The Intensity and Via sections work together so, for example, if you choose the Modwheel to affect the LFO in the Via menu, you can set the lower and upper intensity limits for the effect, depending on the wheel position.

This is a technique that has been used in music production off all kinds for some 50 years in one way or other, and made extremely popular in electronic based music production with the Akai MPC hardware samplers. Fortunately for us, EXS24 is packed inside of LPX for free, along with the massive sampler library that we mentioned earlier.

Not only can we tweak and access those preset library instruments, but we can also load up audio clips of any kind to create our own instruments, whether it be clips of already existing songs in your iTunes library, samples you dug up online or bits of tracks you previously created on your own. Today we will take a look at how to create our own custom instruments, what we can do process them on EXS24 after the fact and some of the various parameters and options that control the way EXS24 handles your audio files.

But first, we have a few administrative tasks to talk about:. OK, I know this is boring stuff. Every EXS24 sampler instrument is made up of two things: a. Hit us up in the comments below if you need a hand with anything like this. In most cases, EXS24 will open up with no sound loaded in the form of a basic sine wave-like sound. The sampler instrument editor opens up so we can tweak existing instruments, or in this case, create our own.

You can run the sample as a loop, and adjust the start and end time. This is useful if you have a sample with a long tail of silence or reverb that you want to cut off.

Or perhaps the vocal sample is a whole line, and you just want to pull out one word from it. First click the looping icon yellow button above with circular arrows as this will make it much easier to hear what you are editing. Just click in the window and drag to select a start and end point. Then click the speaker icon next to the loop button to play the edited sample. Once you are happy with it.

You can use the hand tool to grab the highlighted range and drag it left or right to fine tune it. Now close that, and go to Instrument, Save As, and give your new instrument a name. Close the edit window, and you should see the new name listed in the instrument drop down list.

Now every time you go into EXS24, your new instrument will be an option. If you are looking to feed your Logic Pro sampler, check out the EXS section at Loopmasters , they have a ginormous selection. I hope that gave you a good overview of the sampler for Logic Pro X. Leave comments if you have EXS24 questions, or would like to see this tutorial expanded.

 
 

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