|Nov 3, 2011, 08:43 PM||#1|
Use Logic to sequence iPad instruments?
I tinker with Logic Pro every now and then, In particular, I like electronic dance music and enjoy putting together tunes for fun.
I really some of the synths that you can get for the ipad and at the moment, I am loving animoog but I'm really a sequencer kind of guy. Is there a way to use Logic Pro 8 on Snow Leopard to sequence notes in animoog which I can then record and bounce back into my tracks?
I love the interface of the ipad and find it lends itself to experimentation with ambient and electronic sounds...It would be great to figure out a way to incorporate that into my music.
Many thanks for any suggestions on how to do this.
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|Oct 26, 2012, 06:57 AM||#2|
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