Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Recording on more than one track

Logic can record on multiple tracks simultaneously, irrespective of the type of track (audio, MIDI, or audio instrument).

To arm multiple tracks, simply SHIFT-click on their record buttons.



When you start Logic recording, it will record on all tracks at once, allowing you to capture multi-microphone sessions, multiple outputs of an external hardware device, or a MIDI and audio performance simultaneously, for example.

SHIFT-click on the record buttons, to arm multiple tracks for recording.

Further reading: Logic Pro 7 Reference Manual - page 185

4 Comments:

At 7:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The configuration in your picture will not work, no audio will be recorded. You need to Shift-Click on the audio track, so both an audio track and an audio instrument track are selected.

 
At 8:05 AM, Blogger Bee Jay said...

Yes you are correct - actually for illustrative purposes I specifically did it so only one arrange track was selected rather than both, as I thought I might then get comments about "how can you select more than one track in the arrange page?" :)

 
At 2:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is it possible to record on multiple instrument tracks using DIFFERENT inputs at the same time? i.e. a midi drum controller playing an ultrabeat kit while a keyboard controller plays an EXS patch?

 
At 4:49 AM, Blogger Bee Jay said...

I will be covering more of this stuff in time as it's quite commonly asked.

In the meantime, check out the "MIDI Multi-track Recording" section on page 121 of the Logic Reference Manual, and specifically the "Multiplayer Recording" bit.

 

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