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Logic 9 Logic arpeggiator trouble

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by Synthsensation, Sep 13, 2011.

  1. Synthsensation

    Synthsensation New Member

    Logics arp just doesn't seem to work. When changing from one note to another using midi controller, the arp pattern is always delayed/late of the change. Why? Does anyone have a solution to this?

    thanks in advance Miles:)
     
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  3. georgelegeriii

    georgelegeriii Senior member

    Are you sure you are changing the data before the downbeat of where you want the notes to change? If you don't do it just before the downbeat, it will behave like this.
     
  4. Tangra

    Tangra Senior member

    Would you have a look at the "Snap To" setting if it is set to the default "None" otherwise you will have such snap issues...

    A.G
     
  5. Synthsensation

    Synthsensation New Member

    Yes, 'snap to' is set to 'none'. I have tried all the settings too:)
     
  6. Synthsensation

    Synthsensation New Member

    If that's the case, then Logic's arp is unique, or flawed, depending on how you look at it:)
     
  7. Brian Stone

    Brian Stone Member

    Things to try..

    Does the problem occur if you create a new Empty Project and setup a simple arpeggiator test?

    Does it occur in the Compose Electronic factory template? There's a very useful Arpeggiator environment built right into this template. I stopped trying to use the single arp object when I found this.
     
  8. Synthsensation

    Synthsensation New Member

    How do I access this template?
     
  9. Brian Stone

    Brian Stone Member

    Logic pro 9

    Launch

    File > new project from template

    Select compose category in template picker

    Choose electronic

    The arp is controlled via a floating window.
     
  10. Synthsensation

    Synthsensation New Member

    Thankyou, I just tried it. Using the 'arp starts immediately' function the arp is triggered as the midi key is pressed, only trouble is it ads an extra note to the pattern so that the previous note played is repeated on top of the first new note. Ahhrgghh curse you Logic!
     
  11. Brian Stone

    Brian Stone Member

    Hmmm, I'm not sure I know what you are talking about. Can you spell it out step-by-step for me? Following your instructions with 9.1.5 works exactly as I expect. No extra notes are heard. What were you hoping it would do?
     

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