One Logic feature that’s only partially implemented in GarageBand is Logic’s ability to easily create Comps. Yet there is a work around. Check it out!
This in-depth, self-paced Pro Tools Beginner's Guide course delivers the fundamental skills you need to operate Pro Tools with confidence... and it's less than $30!
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Following on from part 1, master musician Matt Vanacoro takes us deeper into Auto-Tune covering advanced views, analysis and graph modes and more.
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