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When should you use Arrangement View vs Session View?

I've seen people use Live in so many different ways. That's one of my favourite things about it, it allows you approach things in new ways. I used to use session view mainly when I started out with it,...
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When should you use Arrangement View vs Session View?

The Session View makes most sense when you are using a dedicated controller like the Push in order to trigger scenes. Check out to see someone using a Push controller ...
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Logic Pro X workflow options for multi-track live recordings

I do this all the time. Position the playhead at a convenient/natural point between songs, select all the regions, and "Split Region(s)". At this point you will have a "song" and "the rest of the ...
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Logic Pro X workflow options for multi-track live recordings

If it is all one band doing one contiguous concert, I wouldn’t want to break that up into 16 projects, because you will likely want to treat each channel in basically the same way. It likely really is ...
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Ultra-efficient sound editing tips for battle scenes?

The trick is to use a random midi notes generator to trig a sampler full of that kind of sounds. Here is a tuto I made for my reel: https://www.vincentfliniaux.com/single-post/2017/02/13/Generative-...
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Ultra-efficient sound editing tips for battle scenes?

I believe there are some plugins that allow you to use a combination of altered pitch, volume and cut to more efficiently lay effects with variance so you don't fall into the trap of repeating the ...
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Workflow / Work Organization

I start working on dialogues, I'm not even halfway through and I suddenly find my self designing backgrounds or working on sound effects. Everyone's process is different. If you go through this ...
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Templates for Audio Drama

Treat this project in the same way you would treat a film mix. You would have track groupings to cover: Dialogue - DLG Sound Effects SFX Music - MUS Start with editing and premixing the dialogue, ...
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Connect various outputs: 1/4 / XLR / RCA from various sources to 3.5mm jack into Cellphone

This is going to be fraught with problems. Microphone inputs on cellphones are likely to have some amount of detection logic to try to determine what kind of device is connected. You can't be sure of ...
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Soundminer tips/shortcuts/workflow ideas

I know, this is an old post, but in case new user found this, here are some tips every soundminer user should know: Creating a clearly arranged database structure for your sounds. Create a database ...
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