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Logic 9 Flex Editing Abuse!

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by Eli, Sep 17, 2009.

  1. Eli

    Eli Senior member

  3. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    Brilliant, Eli, thanks for posting :thmbup::)

    kind regards

  4. Orren Merton

    Orren Merton Logic Samurai / Administrator Staff Member

    Great video! I love what you did with the synth! :)

  5. Petrosil

    Petrosil Member

    Great video, thanks for sharing!:)


  6. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Wow, thanks so much to everyone for all the positive feedback. I'll have to do some more ! :D
  7. jimmydeluxe

    jimmydeluxe Member

    Great video--yes, do some more!:thmbup:
  8. jrslam

    jrslam New Member

    Very cool. Very creative. Thanks!
    - James
  9. BuddyGuit

    BuddyGuit Member

    Yes, very cool!
  10. Jay Asher

    Jay Asher Senior member

    Very clever, Eli!

    That's thinking out of the box...err...in the box...whatever.

    It is however, musically indefensible :)
  11. jimmydeluxe

    jimmydeluxe Member

    Hey Eli,

    Question: I've done a complex chop-edit on a vocal track (non-flex)--is it possible to copy the edits to another, unedited vocal? I watched again, thinking that's what you did, but it's kind of the opposite (deleting where the edits were).


  12. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    I'm not sure if this will work; but you can try it. Make sure to back up all the files invovled first though.

    * Close your Logic project

    * Delete the original file (from the Finder).

    * Rename the new file with the exact same name as the old one.

    * Re-open your Logic project.

    * Logic should reference the new file now, with all of your edits intact in the Arrange Window.

    * You _may_ need to go to the Audio Bin and use the "update file information" command under the AudioFile menu.
  13. alienimplant

    alienimplant Senior member

    Fantastic proof of concept. Way to exploit the hell out of (or is it into) flex time. LOL

    I really enjoyed this. Very educational. Cheers!
  14. michaelo

    michaelo LUG Emeritus

    Nicely done Eli,

    I enjoyed your video very much.
  15. jimmydeluxe

    jimmydeluxe Member

    Thanks! I'll try that--great idea.
  16. Fabulowsky

    Fabulowsky Member

    Eli, that's really impressive, I never used the flex 'speed' mode but will for sure experiment now :)
    Excellent work!
  17. LMPaule

    LMPaule Senior member

    Thanks as well.
  18. garethJones

    garethJones Member

    Thanks for a cool video!
  19. gdugan2

    gdugan2 New Member

    That was cool...Thanks for the info.
  20. CSeye

    CSeye Senior member

    Thanks Eli,

    That video was fun and informative!

    I ordered your Flex Time Explained video from Groove3 which is a masterful presentation of the topic. Each chapter covers just enough to be digestible. Your end of chapter recap really reinforces the content. :D
  21. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Thanks so much! I'm glad you're enjoying them and finding them useful. :)

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