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When recording a take folder in Logic, you can create multiple "comps". Your first comp should be "Comp A". In your bottom image, if you click on the B next to the disclosure triangle, you will get a menu list of all you comps and each individual takes. Click on "Comp A" to revert to it. Here's what I get after recording a new ...


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Additional time exercise, suggested by Victor Wooten: once you're okay with 4/4 at a certain bpm, half it and play with it hitting 1 and 3. Then 2 and 4. Then half it again so it clicks on 1. Then 2, 3 and 4. Then (from 1-and-2-and-3-and-4-and) have it click on an and. And then half again so it's every other 1. The point is for you to internalize the time, ...


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Edit: I tried a few advanced settings on my MacBook Pro 2017 in Launchpad and audio input only has the built in mic as an option. The headphone jack is now just that, no line input option. I assume you have a fairly recent MacBook. I found this on an Apple support site: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7086508 Sorry for the bad news. I’m not surprised ...


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Wrapping up what I found out researching: There are lots of samplers out there, commercial, free, expensive, less expensive. The comments and answers regarding samplers helped me to find the right search terms. If you have Cubase already, the new sampler track of Cubase 11 is able to do a lot of this already out of the box. But there are not very much ...


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"Line in" is an input for an audio source at 'line level', but an unamplified guitar signal is an 'instrument level' audio source. As others have suggested, you need an interface. This article should help understand the difference between line level & instrument level etc: https://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/articles/whats-the-difference-...


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