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Issues with logics flex time

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by lanky noob, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. lanky noob

    lanky noob Member

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    Hi, so basically I read the "In soviet russia, rums batter you" thread, and decided I should start quantizing live tracks too for adding in samples etc etc, but when I go onto logic (9, express) and try using the slicing feature in flex time, like every tutorial says i should, logic analyzes the tracks and doesn't create any flex markers whatsoever when it should be.....

    help please? D:

    EDIT: It works as long as I don't have phase locked audio selected, but as you all probably know, if it's not phase locked, it will probably end up sounding weird...
     
  2. B36arin

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    Place the markers by hand. It's more time consuming but it'll sound better in the end. Slicing mode can sound really bad if Logic generates too many flex markers, I usually delete all automatically generated markers before placing markers myself.
     
  3. TofNazareth

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    If you work with metal you have to place by hand.

    Set all your drum track to the same group before choosing slice.
     

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