USE PITCH CORRECTION IN LOGIC PRO TO TURN AN ANALOGUE MONOSYNTH INTO A POLYSYNTH

USE PITCH CORRECTION IN LOGIC PRO TO TURN AN ANALOGUE MONOSYNTH INTO A POLYSYNTH

Learn to play diatonic chords within a given scale on an analogue monosynth, in this Logic Pro Tutorial brought to you by Logic Cafe and Point Blank music

his post was originally published in DJ Magazine’s free online edition DJ Weekly issue 106

Logic Cafe and Point Blank music have joined forces to bring you the first in a new series of Logic Pro tutorials. Learn more techniques like this on Point Blanks wide range of Logic courses: http://www.pointblankonline.net/courses/logic-courses.php

In this Logic tutorial we explore using the inputs, routing options andplug-in features of Logic Pro to turn the fantastic Korg Monotron monosynth,into a kind of polysynth that can play diatonic chords.  More accurately you could say it is played as amonophonic synth generating a polyphonic output.



 

 

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