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Question on simple Velocity X-Fade in Logic 8
Last post Tue, Feb 26 2008 by hetoreyn, 3 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Feb 22 2008 16:34
by RTozzoli_28465
Joined on Tue, Jun 12 2007, NYC, Posts 1

Hi, sorry for the simple question. Ive read through the posts but didnt find the exact answer. How can I record the VXF automation after my initial pass in Logic 8, whether I assign it to the mouse (what cc is that?) or the mod wheel? Also, how can i change the sensitivity? its a bit rough. Long time PT guy new to Logic.


Posted on Mon, Feb 25 2008 23:28
by skylerf85
Joined on Wed, Aug 01 2007, Petaluma, CA, Posts 23
Press A in logic to get the automation on each track to pop up. Also set the x-fade to a midi controller or channel so that you can actually edit it. You can also do this in the Piano Scroll area.

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Posted on Tue, Feb 26 2008 07:46
by hetoreyn
Joined on Sat, Nov 27 2004, Vancouver, British Columbia, Posts 1157
I find it easiest to open the Breath controller editor in the piano roll ... see the little I con on the bottom left of the piano roll screen .. click that to get your controller editor. Then use the Breath control. On the VI player you'll have to assign the Velocity xfade to controller 7 (or CC7 as it is also known), and thus the breath automation will work fine.

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