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Logic 9 unknown level parameter

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by peterlemer, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. peterlemer

    peterlemer Senior member

    Using the instrument channel strip called 'Warm Analog Lead' ( ES2) the channel volume resets to +4.3dB whatever I do:

    The track automation volume level is set to zero, the 4 plugins are all muted, and even if they're on and I reduce the output gains, the channel level insists on +4.3 dB. This is reached when the MIDI volume ( set by foot pedal originally), climbs to the high 100s.

    I thought that, regardless of what the MIDI volume does, if I set the channel to be 0 dB that will override the MIDI.

    Channel 'read' is set OFF.

    I can turn the ES2 down internally and it's quieter, but that fader still rises to +4.3dB

    At a particular point the +4.3 suddenly drops but I just can't find that blasted parameter.

    What am I missing?

  3. Peter Ostry

    Peter Ostry Administrator Staff Member

    Where is 'Warm Analog lead'?
    I don't find it.
  4. leytonnz

    leytonnz Senior member

    have you checked to see if its region CC data . open region in piano roll. . opt+H will show any CC recording.

  5. peterlemer

    peterlemer Senior member

    It's in the collection of preset channel strips under 'Synthesizer/leads'

    I had a beginner student who showed up with these rather wonderful tracks that he had made almost immediately on opening Logic for the first time.

    When I asked him how he got those interesting sounds ( I was thinking of splashing out on Omnisphere) he looked at me like I was crazy. " I just opened some of the instruments in Logic" he said, all innocent, like :)

    Up till then I had played a bit with ES1 and so on and found them interesting but not very. By combining them with fx plugins Logic have made them rather more interesting :)
    I will be using one of the leads ( modified of course) on the current album, if the bandleader doesn't complain :)


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