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Dan the Man

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Jun 7, 2006
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Logic pro questions.

1.How do you make sure you have the correct recording levels going into the M-Audio audio interface in logic?

2.How do you set up a stereo master recording session?

3.What is the process for burning the finished master onto CD?
 

DeSnousa

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Jan 20, 2005
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I can't help you, though I will make a suggestion. If you want a person to read your thread and attract a Logic user, it would be best if you changed the title, so that it is correlated with your question :)
 

scottlinux

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Sep 21, 2005
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1. Which m-audio device? Use the m-audio software to make sure the levels are high enough. Also, turn the knobs up on the device.

2. I use a simple two-track program to record (Spark ME) for a stereo pair. Keeps things simple. Other popular simple track recorders/editors: Sound Studio, Audacity, others. Though you can record in Logic of course; just set an audio track as stereo with the inputs being your device.

3. After you have everything how you want it in logic, click on File>Bounce then pick the format you want (AAC, MP3, PCM, etc.) You can then burn that file to a CD.
 

zimv20

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Jul 18, 2002
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Dan the Man said:
1.How do you make sure you have the correct recording levels going into the M-Audio audio interface in logic?
as an engineer, you need to learn the art of gainstaging. you want it low enough where it doesn't clip digitally and high enough where your signal-to-noise ratio is good.

does that help?

2.How do you set up a stereo master recording session?
what's a stereo master recording session?

3.What is the process for burning the finished master onto CD?
the mastering engineer will do that for you. if that's you, then you have more to worry about than how to burn a CD.