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Lesson Review

1.

How does Logic route incoming MIDI events?

2.

How can you time-correct a MIDI region?

3.

How do you choose the default quantize settings for new MIDI recordings?

4.

How do you record notes into an existing MIDI region?

5.

How do you record MIDI takes?

6.

What do you need to do before you can punch in on a MIDI track to replace a portion of a MIDI region?

7.

How do you turn on Step Input mode?

8.

When recording in Step Input mode, identify two ways you can adjust the step length.

Answers

1.

All incoming MIDI events are routed to the record-enabled track(s).

2.

In the Inspector’s Region Parameter box, choose a grid resolution value from the Quantize menu. The MIDI notes in the region will snap to the nearest position on the chosen grid.

3.

Deselect all regions to choose the MIDI Thru parameters in the Region Parameter box.

4.

Make sure the region is selected and record on the same track, on top of the selected region.

5.

Open the Recording project settings and choose Overlapping recordings > Create take folders, then record on top of an existing record, or record in Cycle mode.

6.

You need to turn on the Replace mode.

7.

Click the In button in the Piano Roll Editor, Score Editor, or Event List.

8.

In the Transport bar, adjust the division setting; or open the Step Input Keyboard and use the note-length buttons.

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