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Last post Fri, Nov 25 2005 by rawmusic, 10 replies.
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Posted on Tue, Nov 22 2005 01:42
by hermitage59
Joined on Fri, Mar 25 2005, The Slavic Cultural Empire, Posts 1050
Can anyone help me with a location for Global Hyperdraw in Logic? I must be missing something.

Regards,

Alex.
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Posted on Tue, Nov 22 2005 01:58
by irvind
Joined on Mon, Dec 29 2003, Glasgow, UK, Posts 257
Alex, what do you mean by 'Global' Hyper Draw? I can't find anything in the manual, but then that comes as no surprise...

'Regular' hyper draw can be accessed from View in the Editor windows or from the Arrange.
Posted on Tue, Nov 22 2005 02:08
by hermitage59
Joined on Fri, Mar 25 2005, The Slavic Cultural Empire, Posts 1050
Thanks for that. I've got the regular hyperdraw tagged, but i'm looking for the global version, that changes all tracks at once. You know, select global HD, 'write' in changes, and all tracks change according to the same parameter specified.

Regards,

Alex.
[i:d09f9c4039][color=blue:d09f9c4039][size=11:d09f9c4039]Orchestration is the art of making your own choice.....
Genius is the art of making the right choice....[/size:d09f9c4039][/color:d09f9c4039][/i:d09f9c4039]
Posted on Tue, Nov 22 2005 02:12
by Nick Batzdorf
Joined on Tue, Apr 29 2003, Los Angeles, Posts 2543
I don't think there's a way of doing that with Hyperdraw. You'd have to route everything to the same faders (busses, outputs, etc.) and do whatever it is you want to that fader.
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Posted on Tue, Nov 22 2005 02:14
by hermitage59
Joined on Fri, Mar 25 2005, The Slavic Cultural Empire, Posts 1050
Thanks Nick.
I was afraid i might have to do that, but i thought i'd ask anyway.

Regards,

Alex.
[i:d09f9c4039][color=blue:d09f9c4039][size=11:d09f9c4039]Orchestration is the art of making your own choice.....
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Posted on Tue, Nov 22 2005 02:15
by irvind
Joined on Mon, Dec 29 2003, Glasgow, UK, Posts 257
You're not talking about Global Tracks are you? Tempo, Signature, Transposition etc. Also found in Arrange, View under Global Track Components.

Very handy too for setting up Markers and colouring them...
Posted on Tue, Nov 22 2005 02:21
by hermitage59
Joined on Fri, Mar 25 2005, The Slavic Cultural Empire, Posts 1050
Irvind, i looked there too.

I have some demos to write at short notice, and i wanted to make volume and expression changes 'en masse' for a piece i'm doing in a fairly obscure 'Prokofiev' style. (It's been requested).

Just trying to speed up the process, as i'm short on sleep and time.

Regards,

Alex.
[i:d09f9c4039][color=blue:d09f9c4039][size=11:d09f9c4039]Orchestration is the art of making your own choice.....
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Posted on Tue, Nov 22 2005 05:10
by magates
Joined on Thu, Aug 14 2003, Los Angeles CA, Posts 484
perhaps you can copy and past the track with the midi data and then cahnge the notes.. just one way. and more controll.
Posted on Tue, Nov 22 2005 05:15
by Nick Batzdorf
Joined on Tue, Apr 29 2003, Los Angeles, Posts 2543
Or record it on multiple tracks simultaneously.

But I think copy and paste is going to be the easiest way to go about it. Open a Matrix window with Hyperdraw shown to the controller you're pasting underneath, and open an Arrange window with all the tracks. Select the track in the Arrange window, paste into the Matrix window, select the next track, paste, etc. etc. etc.

While not ideal, that's not really a huge deal.
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Posted on Fri, Nov 25 2005 23:21
by rawmusic
Joined on Sat, Jul 09 2005, Bracknell, UK, Posts 247
Alex

One of the suggestions here is one I use as well. Make all your volume, pan, whatever parameter changes in one track. Copy all of the objects on this track to another track. Merge all of the objects into one. Delete all the notes in this big object and then either copy, or even better, make aliases of the object and put these on the tracks where you want to simultaneously change parameters. By making aliases, you can then go back and make changes across all tracks without then going back in individually. If you do want individual changes, you can always make specific aliases real copies.

Of course, rather than doing in one go with an entire track, you can create the controller objects in much smaller sections.

Does this make any sense....I am at the end of a very long week. Apologies for garble.

Kind regards
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