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Record FLUSS and NOISES in LP

How do I record FLUSS and NOISES into LP? I know how to record NOISES in LP on my Mac, but can’t figure it out in the iPad version.

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  • In the mixer, change the “output” of your track to a Bus (You might have to create one).

    Then create a new “Audio” track in the arrange page.

    Back to the mixer to set the “input” of that audio track to the Bus you created in previous step.

    In the arrange page, arm both tracks to (R)ecord.

    Start Logic recording, and play the instrument.

  • You can also add empty midi region and bounce it

  • @lazyass said:
    You can also add empty midi region and bounce it

    I prefer this way quicker and more intuitive

  • Yes, resampling with busses is great. With Noises you can also set to latch and just record all the automation as you play. It will record triggers the dials - everything. Works great.

  • @ccwilsoN said:
    How do I record FLUSS and NOISES into LP? I know how to record NOISES in LP on my Mac, but can’t figure it out in the iPad version.

    @ccwilsoN Hey Chris, we have a thread specifically for questions about Logic Pro:

    https://forum.audiob.us/discussion/55761/questions-about-how-to-do-x-in-logic-whether-logic-has-y-etc-etc#latest

    Would be great if people confine questions to there as there is such a massive overflow of different threads about Logic, cheers!

  • @lazyass said:
    You can also add empty midi region and bounce it

    This works for instruments that are either being played by the on-screen MIDI or external MIDI keyboard. But how do you get it to record the MIDI that’s being played directly on an instrument's GUI?

  • @el_bo said:
    In the mixer, change the “output” of your track to a Bus (You might have to create one).

    Then create a new “Audio” track in the arrange page.

    Back to the mixer to set the “input” of that audio track to the Bus you created in previous step.

    In the arrange page, arm both tracks to (R)ecord.

    Start Logic recording, and play the instrument.

    Reading this makes you realise how much easier AUM is for simple tasks like these, right?!

  • @Gavinski said:

    @el_bo said:
    In the mixer, change the “output” of your track to a Bus (You might have to create one).

    Then create a new “Audio” track in the arrange page.

    Back to the mixer to set the “input” of that audio track to the Bus you created in previous step.

    In the arrange page, arm both tracks to (R)ecord.

    Start Logic recording, and play the instrument.

    Reading this makes you realise how much easier AUM is for simple tasks like these, right?!

    Hmmm…On balance, I'm not so sure. In both cases, initial setup can be mitigated to a large extent by using a template that has various commonly-used routings already set-up. But any extra stress on the Logic side, for me, is hugely offset by having the finished recording already sitting on the arrange page of a very powerful, fully-fledged DAW.

  • @el_bo said:

    @lazyass said:
    You can also add empty midi region and bounce it

    This works for instruments that are either being played by the on-screen MIDI or external MIDI keyboard. But how do you get it to record the MIDI that’s being played directly on an instrument's GUI?

    I just tried to bounce MiRack, Noises, Plaubeat and Spaceraft. Looks like it grabs all audio flow regardless notes data like Bitwig.

  • @Gavinski said:

    Reading this makes you realise how much easier AUM is for simple tasks like these, right?!

    Every DAW should have AUM routing matrix! @j_liljedahl for president!

  • @lazyass said:

    @el_bo said:

    @lazyass said:
    You can also add empty midi region and bounce it

    This works for instruments that are either being played by the on-screen MIDI or external MIDI keyboard. But how do you get it to record the MIDI that’s being played directly on an instrument's GUI?

    I just tried to bounce MiRack, Noises, Plaubeat and Spaceraft. Looks like it grabs all audio flow regardless notes data like Bitwig.

    I’m finding it hard to picture this workflow. If you get the time and motivation, perhaps you could give us a step-by-step walkthrough?

    No obligation, of course.

  • @el_bo said:
    I’m finding it hard to picture this workflow. If you get the time and motivation, perhaps you could give us a step-by-step walkthrough?

    No obligation, of course.

    Just a matter of habit I guess.
    Here you go, first example – just 4 bar loop, second – 35 bars with trails. Hope it helps

  • edited May 2023

    @lazyass said:

    @el_bo said:
    I’m finding it hard to picture this workflow. If you get the time and motivation, perhaps you could give us a step-by-step walkthrough?

    No obligation, of course.

    Just a matter of habit I guess.
    Here you go, first example – just 4 bar loop, second – 35 bars with trails. Hope it helps

    Hmmm, that’s interesting. I'm guessing it’s leveraging the, always listening, MIDI capture?

    Many thanks!

  • @el_bo said:

    Hmmm, that’s interesting. I'm guessing it’s leveraging the, always listening, MIDI capture?

    Many thanks!

    Not sure about nuances, most important that it works)
    Cheers!

  • @lazyass said:

    @el_bo said:

    Hmmm, that’s interesting. I'm guessing it’s leveraging the, always listening, MIDI capture?

    Many thanks!

    Not sure about nuances, most important that it works)
    Cheers!

    My reasoning is only because there's no visual representation of anything being captured. It feels like a 'hack', albeit a very good one :)

    I'd be tempted to still go ol' skool, though, as seeing the wave data being printed would make me feel a lot more confident that it was working.

    Thanks, though. i will give it a try .

  • edited May 2023

    Sure both ways will have their places – bounce for drums or heavy modulated synths, live rec for jamming

  • edited May 2023

    When creating your bus for resampling you can also use the little slide out mix strip, hit the icon at the top and either select a current bus or create one. Saves a little time from heading to the mixer and searching for the track if you have a big project.

    Of course this is easier if you’re looking to bounce an instrument track if you want to play it while bouncing like Drambo - which I can’t seem to get the automation to record.

  • @mikewb said:

    When creating your bus for resampling you can also use the little slide out mix strip, hit the icon at the top and either select a current bus or create one. Saves a little time from heading to the mixer and searching for the track if you have a big project.

    That's really helpful. Thanks!

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