Logic Pro中捕获最后以MIDI和音频录制

You’ve just played the performance of a lifetime but Logic was in playback, not record, mode. All is not lost! Rounik Sethi shows you how to recall your last played MIDI or audio performance!  

所以,你已刚打了一辈子的性能,但在播放的逻辑是,没有记录,模式。没有失去一切!让我们来看看如何,你还记得你上次播放MIDI或音频性能,即使在逻辑记录模式。

是的,你看这一权利,这是不是只为你的MIDI恶魔。 Logic Pro中能够记得上次播放的音频性能!

让我们开始探索如何与MIDI演奏的作品...


1 - 撷取录制的MIDI

虽然这是一个有案可稽的功能,许多逻辑的用户可能没有意识到这一点。开始运输右键单击并选择“自定义运输酒吧。确保捕捉录制,以便在第一列。捕捉录制“按钮,现在将被显示在运输记录按钮的旁边。

Enable the Capture Recording button in the Transport.

图1。使在运输捕捉录制“按钮。


注:您也可以指定一个关键的命令,为录制捕捉。 Logic Pro中

然后按照下列步骤:

  1. Create a software instrument track. 
  2. Hit play (Logic’s Transport MUST be running for this to work).
  3. Play some keys on your MIDI Controller or Caps lock keyboard and hit stop.
  4. Click the Capture as Recording button (or use the key command).

和多数民众有它。在赛道上,你最后的表现将被写入到一个MIDI地区!确保捕捉后记录立即停止逻辑运输。如果您执行其他功能才这样做的逻辑可能会忘记,去年的表现。


2 - 作为录制音频捕捉

捕捉最后一个音轨上播放录音,被认为是所有,但少数的逻辑专家不可能。然而,不可能是不!按照这些步骤,并了解到你永远失去再次表现!

  1. Setup the inputs of an audio track to record an audio source.
  2. Enable Punch on the Fly mode so Logic is always listening: Options > Audio > Punch on the Fly. (See Fig 2.)
  3. Record-arm the audio track, hit Play in Logic’s transport and begin playing / singing. 
  4. BEFORE you stop playback, hit the Record button (R) then stop playback.

Fig 2. Make sure Punch on the Fly is enabled.

图2。请确定粉煤灰冲床启用。


正如预期的那样出现一个简短的音频区域时创下纪录。因为逻辑是在冲床区域包含整个音频文件时,你开始播放的飞行模式!现在该区域显示整个音频性能记录捕获的左角落拖出!

Drag the bottom left-corner of the audio region to the left to reveal the entire audio performance.

拖动到左边显示整个音频性能的音频区域的底部左​​边的角落。


,这是有它!除非你忘了启用粉煤灰冲床,或逻辑的运输是在播放模式下,不存在是没有任何借口失去重要的是,一次在一个千载难逢的果酱,当你使用的Logic Pro!


Rounik is the Executive Editor for Ask.Audio & macProVideo. He's built a crack team of professional musicians and writers to create one of the most visited online resources for news, review, tutorials and interviews for modern musician and producer. As an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic Pro Rounik has taught teachers, professional... Read More

Discussion

Tieg
Incredible. Can we get a lesson on what Logic CAN'T do? Because I think that's the last thing I don't know about it.
Rounik
It is a cool trick! You know, I believe Logic can't make tea... but that's got me thinking, with a little bit of Environment trickery and suitable MIDI hardware it might be able to do just that...

hmmm ;-)
Tinnitus
One thing Logic won't do is start, at least on my computer...and a quite a few other folks out there too, according to what research I've done in the last few days.

Logic ran fine for about three weeks, then decided it didn't to start anymore. Since I downloaded my installation from the App store, I got ZERO support. They just said there's nothing they could/would do and refunded my money to my credit card. And boy that pisses me off.
Reach
@tinnitus were you able to goto an apple store?
Tinnitus
No. Apple Stores are a long way from where I live.

Perhaps next months new OS release will bring it back to life, maybe.

But the Apple store online didn't even ask questions about anything. Didn't try. Just basically said "Sorry, here's your money back."

I really like what I saw in Logic and wanted to learn more about it. But...
Rounik
Hi Tinnitus,

Could you give us some more details. Even better post a new thread on the Logic MPV forums here:
http://www.macprovideo.com/forum/

We'll do our best to help you :)
Rounik
In fact, what version of Mac OS X are you running? Did you run all the updates for Logic 9 on your Mac (through software update)?

Cheers
R
Tinnitus
iMac 27-inch, Late 2009, OS X 10.7.4, 3.06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 12 GB 1067 MHz DDR3

I've fixed the problem (nobody asked). I went deep into the darkest part of the library folder and found
com.apple.logic.pro.plist and moved it to the desktop. then I started Logic and it works fine.


Do you guys use a little signature thing at the bottom of this text box so everyone can write their system specs there...?
Rounik
Well, that's good news of course... I thought from your previous message that Logic wouldn't start on your Mac period... and you'd taken the refund.

Logic is a massive application and with anything so complex can occasionally need a little troubleshooting. Removing the logic.pro.plist is a great way to remove any errors caused when starting due to the global settings.

In case anyone else reads this and needs to know more check this out:
http://www.macprovideo.com/hub/logic-pro/trash-talk-guide-reset-logics-preference-files

We don't have a signature on The Hub comments - as The Hub is an online magazine more than a forum.

However, we do have an excellent forum at macProVideo with some Logic and audio experts that hang out there. Check out the forums here:
http://www.macprovideo.com/forum/

Cheers
R
Darren Burgos
Wow! Amazing tip Rounik! :)
Rounik
Thanks Darren!

:)
logicluvva
Wow. That was trippy about the audio capture. GOOD Trippy though ! Ha.. Ace as always
Jan
The midi capturing will work only if Logic's Transport running.
If anybody wants to capture midi always, there is an application for that in AppStore. Capture midi or www.audiocr.com
Rounik
Hi Jan,

Actually Jan, that's simply NOT true. MIDI Capture does work when Logic's Transport is not running!! Once you've stopped the transport simply hit the Capture MIDI take button or use the key command and voila your MIDI performance will appear. Best not to do anything between the time the transport stops and you capture MIDI though.
Jan
Unfortunately it is true, Logic Pro will not record any melody you play when logic playhead is not running. Logic Pro playhead must be running in order to remember your play. Once is stopped you can recover what you have played but only the melody when Logic Playhead has been running. This is huge limitation comparing to Cubase, as it has 10 000 midi events default retrospective buffer, and Cubase can recover melodies even when your playhead is not running. Imagine you setup a piano and improvise, everything you played can be recovered in Cubase. For Logic or other DAWs that miss this amazingly useful feature, Capture midi will do that.
Rounik
Yes Jan, you're correct. Your previous comment made it sound like Logic's transport needs to be running to capture MIDI... but in fact, it needs to have been running to capture MIDI.
fedtho
Well - three and a half years later, the tip is still good, big thanks!
It was too late for me - I hadn't enabled automation recording (latch) and had already started listening to the result when I found your tip; I guess that qualifies as "too late".
...after reading the last posts, though, "Capture midi" seems like a very good tip, so thanks for pointing that out too!

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