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Major flaw in logic x or me?

Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by madelefant, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. madelefant

    madelefant Senior member

    I've come across something that is maddening to me in logic x but maybe it is failed understanding.

    Let's say i have an audio track. I tap in some pecussion on a midi/instrument track. I mske some adjustments to the audio track to linr up to more regular tempo. I take a one bar loop of the percussion and repeat it up to the length of the audio. At some point im make some other changes to the audio and quantize it.

    What keeps happening is the repeated midi regions don' adjust to the tempo changes and are then all matter of bar/beat lengths due to the tempo changes.
    What it should do is recognize the midi parts divsional relationship, and upon tempo changes, adjust the absolute lengths of those parts, to their previosly existing bar/beat length.

    Is that somewhere in this software?

  3. madelefant

    madelefant Senior member

    I've gone back to the old time tested method finging 8/12/16 bar loops and time stretching to logic timing grid rather than using flex. At this point it still works better but i assume ill better learn to use the flex editing features.

    On the flipside what I really like is the way it handles backup versions and reversions, the drummer feature, right click menus, and the toggle hide and disply icons for editors, mixer etc.


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