We’ve looked at Logic Pro X‘s Flex Time to correct our timing issues – or warp them out of control – but we’re yet to explore Flex Pitch. As our Logic Pro expert Jono Buchanan says in this week’s video, it’s often problems with micro-tuning that arise from audio recordings rather than whole-note errors in performance.
Luckily, Logic Pro X’s Flex Pitch can be used to finely adjust the harmonic content of audio recordings to perfect our takes. This week’s Logic Pro Tips video shows you the useful features of Flex Pitch, and how you can understand them to fix your audio, or make intentional pitch variations to add flair to your productions.
In our Logic Pro Tips series, MusicTech’s Logic expert Jono Buchanan breaks down music production on Apple’s professional DAW. Other episodes posted so far include:
- Introduction to insert effects
- Auxiliary sends broken down
- Automation basics
- Channel EQ tutorial
- Understanding Compression
- Alternative sidechain compression
- Sidechained gates
- Using Logic’s distortion
- Basic audio in ESX24
- Flex Time editing
- Using the AutoFilter
- Exporting options
- Phat FX
- Slicing audio with EXS24
Jono Buchanan is an Apple Certified instructor, with tons of experience under his belt. He’s a professor in Guildhall’s Electronic Music Department, teaching BMus Year 2 Dance Music project for Electronic Music’s Principal study course. Outside of that, he also produces and composes for various projects and writes reviews for MusicTech magazine too. He now also makes awesome weekly tutorials for Logic Pro X!
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