Watch the second installment of our DJ Weekly create a custom wobble bass controller in Logic Pro's environment series, brought to you by Logic Cafe and Point Blank.
In this second andfinal part of the ‘create your own ES2 wobble controller’ series we look atbuilding the final controller in the environment. You will learn how to usebang 2nd faders as MPC pad style inputs, and explore thepossibilities of transforming one set of message values to another in order tocontrol anything you like in Logic Pro.
When we constantlymake music in the same way inspiration can run low after a while. Much in thesame way as musicians learn how to play new techniques and DJs constantly buildnew sets, as producers we often look towards new plug-ins, samples, synths andsometimes change the entire platform on which we make music to keep thecreative fire burning. Changing the way we control or perform our currentarsenal of sounds can help inspire us as much as changing the soundsthemselves.
The environment inLogic Pro gives us the opportunity to create controllers to do virtuallyanything within the sequencer, including making performance tools. That is whatmakes Logic Pro that little bit different from other DAWs and knowing that youhave the ability to change the way you make and record music can open up awealth of new creative thought patterns, not to mention the satisfaction thatyou are making tracks using controllers youdesigned!
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