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    Modulation Overdubbing for Multiple Tracks

    Hi folks-

    I'm still working on my string quartet and would like to know if there's a way to record mod data for all 4 tracks at the same time? I'm using Logic 7.

    Thanks!

    Scott

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    Re: Modulation Overdubbing for Multiple Tracks

    Hi,

    I don't know about Logic, but it's easy enough in Sonar.
    I just set all the required tracks to Record, then start recording, moving the mod wheel as I go. Job done.

    Of course you must be in Sound on Sound mode. If this is not possible, create 4 parallel tracks to receive the mod information.

    Mind you, other people will frown and say that each player should have his own individual expression curve. Up to you.

    Terry

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    Re: Modulation Overdubbing for Multiple Tracks

    Quote Originally Posted by Poolman
    Hi,

    I don't know about Logic, but it's easy enough in Sonar.
    I just set all the required tracks to Record, then start recording, moving the mod wheel as I go. Job done.

    Of course you must be in Sound on Sound mode. If this is not possible, create 4 parallel tracks to receive the mod information.

    Mind you, other people will frown and say that each player should have his own individual expression curve. Up to you.

    Terry
    Frown-schmown! A good string quartet acts as one!!!

    Thanks Terry.

    Scott

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