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It's hard to tell from the images what it actually sounds like, as there's no time-scale, but that's the criterion I'd use - what it sounds like. Sometimes, a good groove is based on the average beat-centre provided only by the whole band, it doesn't rely on any single part. Listen to some early Stevie Wonder for a perfect example of this - try Superstition....


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By copy/pasting the exact same sound to two tracks then panning them hard left & right, you have in fact created a mono sound that just takes up two tracks. In stereo recording, the very definition of centre-panning is that the same sound comes at the same volume from both sides of the stereo field. The only way to perceive the attack as not centre-...


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You may need to hit the "Show/Hide Flex" button, which is next to the "Show/Hide Automation" button. The keyboard shortcut is Command-F. Additionally, you don't need to delete all the alternate tracks, but you have to flex edit them each individually. If the tracks are packed, you will need to expand the take folder, and you will be able to flex edit each ...


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If it sounds "better" then that's all that matters. Your audience isn't critiquing some measurement deep in your signal chain, any more than it's analyzing your musical notation or your precompositional cocktail-napkin scribbles. If you're worried that you're breaking a rule, plenty of musicians -- both composers and performers -- have pulled off stunts ...


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When you create a new track, choose "software instrument", then in details is is suposed to be "an instrument Plug-in". Instrument should be " EXS24 (sampler)". Now it should work. I had the same problem as you, and I remember seeing a video about the basic facts you need to know about Logic Pro x and the guy in the video mentioned that this is how you are ...


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The Roland Juno-DS can send audio to your DAW over USB; this will give you better audio quality than connecting the Juno's audio outputs to an audio interface, because the audio isn't converted to analog and back to digital. To set-up the Juno-DS to work with USB: Press MENU Move the cursor to SYSTEM and press ENTER Use the arrow left/right buttons ...


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Hope this helps: Go to Macintosh HD/Library/Audio/Plug-ins/Components. If you can see your plugin in the list of Audio Units, select the file and move it to the Desktop. Restart the Mac and start Logic Pro, then shut down Logic Pro and move the Audio Units which were moved to the desktop back into the HD/Library/Audio/Plug-ins/Components folder. Restart ...


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Don't record it hundreds of times in the vain hope you'll get it right by mistake! Turn the computer off and practice playing it. Half speed. If you can't cut it at half speed go even slower. Or (probably) sort out where you're fumbling it. You've tried the computer quick fix. Now fix it properly.


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Although this was already answered in the comments of your question, I want to add an answer as to how I resolved this issue to record piano sounds with a distortion pedal in a similar manner. As Your Uncle Bob pointed out, the MIDI keyboard itself does not make sound. So, what I did is I plugged the MIDI keyboard into my computer, then got a 3.5mm to 1/4" ...


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Here's what works for me: Set the default startup action in Logic to 'Do nothing'. Start Logic. If the Coremidi error message occurs, quit and restart Logic instantly. Voilá, no error this time. my setup is: Mac Mini 2018, osx 10.14.5 (Mojave) Intrestingly, this error never came up for a month since i started using Logic. At one point, my 2 year old ...


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There is an easier way than calculating decimal points in the transformer, although that's a perfectly valid method too. In Piano Roll, go to Functions and check "Time Handles (command key Ctrl-T). Then lasso (select by dragging an area around) the notes you want stretched or condensed. You should now have a selection with blue tabs on either side, at the ...


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