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Learn How To Use Take Folders And Comp In Logic Pro X

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In part six of our Logic Pro X Quickstart Series, Scott Griffin shows you how to use take folders and create perfect composite takes, while keeping your session organized.  

Learn How To:

  • Organize multiple takes of a performance
  • Use quick swipe mode to audition multiple takes and select portions of the performance for the perfect composite take
  • Adjust automatic crossfade creation, allowing you to edit with greater speed and stay focused on the performance
  • Create multiple composite versions and organize multiple versions of the performance
  • Commit to your edits with features like Flatten and Merge
  • Use features like unpack take folders to new tracks and more for increased flexibility

Watch part 7 here

See the rest of the series here

 

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Mentors
Scott Griffin
Scott Griffin is a producer, songwriter, and composer for artists like Kid Runner, Effee, The Saylor, and Clubhouse. He has also produced custom music for large brands such as Proctor & Gamble, The Columbus Crew Soccer Club, Walmart, Nationwide Insurance and many more.
Credits

Kid Runner

Clubhouse

The Saylor

Effee

Plaid Brixx

Walmart

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DannyOwl
2021 Jan 12
Super helpful information...thank you.
blattspiel
2020 Jul 12
The colorchange can be set automatically in audio setup like in pro tools, so you don't have to do it afterwards
ludwigmack
2020 Mar 29
I never used the take folders because I felt safer recording new tracks. I'm starting to use them from now on! Loved the video!
vitalogyman
2019 Dec 28
I'm loving these Logic videos!! I've used Logic for a while now but every one of these has some piece of advice that I was lacking. Thank you very much!
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