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Peter Schwartz on Jul 25, in Logic Pro 31 comments. With the advent of Logic Pro X, many a Logic user’s long-awaited prayers have been answered: arpeggiators, MIDI delays, chord memorizers, and other MIDI-based effects no longer need to be painstakingly created in the Environment and literally wired up by hand. They’ve been effectively replaced by a new series of MIDI FX plug-ins that you insert right in an Instrument channel strip ‘” up to 8 per strip!
For me, it’s the most exciting plug-in in the collection, one that lets us write our own custom MIDI plug-ins! It’s called the Scripter. Figure 1: The custom appearance of the GUI for the free script linked in this article! It’s all very self-contained and quite a convenient little operation!
Or what about a keyswitching setup for dubstep wobble sounds where a selected range of keys controls the LFO rate? More advanced ideas such as algorithmic composition tools, chord strummers, and legato processors are among those suggested in the introduction to scripting in the Logic Pro X Effects Manual.
You can also create plug-ins targeted to enhance and expand the capabilities of specific plug-ins, and for this article I’ve done just that. But hidden within this instrument is a full compliment of string articulations, including legato, pizzicato, staccato, tremolo and two types of trills!
To access these sounds, I made a tiny modification to the EXS’s front panel settings which allowed MIDI messages generated by my Script to unleash these hidden articulations. This script allows you to set up a keyboard split and play a different articulation on either side of the split.
Or, you can set the split point to an extreme high or low note to play any single and normally hidden articulation across the keyboard! Start by downloading the project and play back the example, which I recorded live. Listen to how the bass notes sound Legato while the right hand notes sound Staccato, keeping in mind that both sounds are coming from a single instance of EXS! You’ll see what I mean! Then, play back again, this time selecting pizzicato above the split.
So when you record a part, the track will contain only your original notes and controllers, just as in the example recording. In fact, if you examine the Event List in the example project you’ll see that it only contains notes. During performance or playback, however, the Script generates additional MIDI data that tells EXS which articulations to trigger for notes above and below the split.
I hope you find this setup useful for sketching string parts, as well as to whet your appetite for the power of Scripting! Click here to download my free Logic X project file including Version 1. More articles by this author. Peter Schwartz, composer, orchestrator, arranger, pianist, synthesist, and musical director, began piano studies at age 5 and went on to earn a degree in piano performance from Manhattan School of Music.
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Related Videos. Apple Unleashes Logic Pro X Discussion Matt. Peter Schwartz thank you for the gift. Great stuff! Thank you for that. Give us more scripts, I think there is a lot of power in the scripter plugin.
Best regards, Leonard. More of this, please! This was one of my favorite updates off of the bat on Logic Pro X. Logic Pro X is taking away the need to learn several 3rd party apps and become exhausted with learning environment tricks stuff that I am doing daily in LP9 , and it’s all under one hood now. I can’t wait to upgrade my operating system so I can take advantage of all these new features.
Way to go Logic Pro!!! I’m really glad you guys are digging this, and getting insight and inspiration as to what Scripting can do. Hello I was looking to access Meta data to handle score accidents Did you find the trick? Best Cyril. It does not seem possible to generate Meta or Fader events from a script. Even if it was possible, you can’t use Scripts to process data before it enters Logic at the Sequencer Input object in the Environment , and that is the ONLY place where Meta events can be passed into Logic for the purpose of recording them on a track.
Since you can’t insert a Script in any object in the Environment, and since Scripts can’t generate Meta events anyway, it’s just not possible. Now, you can still attempt to use Environment objects to generate Meta events for score symbols or whatever and feed them into the Sequencer Input.
However, it will be an exercise in futility. Or, I should say, in Logic 9 and prior it was futile, because something in the code prevented that from working. I haven’t tried it in Logic X tho. If I get a chance I will and post back here if I get a positive result. Hello Sky Thanks for your answer. I do not want to generate meta, but read Meta that are in the score to send changes of articulation in Vienna Symphonic Library first, I may also extend it to Play and So how can you read Meta?
Do you have the list of the Meta with there code? Thanks in advance Best Cyril. Scripts cannot read Meta Events, so you’re out of luck there. I believe it’s possible to do this directly in the environment.
However, I’d like to suggest that the idea of associating dynamic markings with specific values sounds good in theory but isn’t a practical approach. First, just adjusting the volume CC 7 won’t give your parts a natural sound.
Second, if you had a sudden subito jump from “p” to “f” and any of the “p” notes overlapped even slightly into the “f” part, the transition is going to sound unnatural. While riding volume alone won’t give you an very natural sound, it’s better than nothing, and in that case I’d suggest riding automation on your parts to match the dynamics you want.
If you want natural dynamics from Vienna stuff, you have to use a combination of riding the values of velocity xfade, the filter, and volume. But that’s a whole other subject.
Cyril is right First i thought I dont need something like this Cubase, Notation, Sibelius, Finale has listen to there user. They are totally interfaced with VSL, Play Logic is behind!
I hope this makes sense. Hi Dave, what you said totally makes sense, and you’ve got it exactly right. What you’ll see in a region is the data as it originally came into the software instrument’s channel strip. But within the channel strip, the MIDI is processed on its way to the plugin instrument. Recording the output of the process i. In fact, I’ve been working hard trying to find a foolproof way to record the output of a Script without any kind of “gotchas”. I think I’m making progress, so “please stand by”.
Cyril, can you explain how you do this in the environment? Are you talking about using IAC? You do that with “chord memorizer ” You can add “transformers” that will select different “chord memorizer ” depending of either a CC change or a specific note range Have one in Minor, another one in Major, another in Major If you want to record the result you send the end of the chain to another midi instrument and record it.
Just read your reply. I don’t believe your idea will work, because you can’t record the output of an instrument. So if you cabled your environment process to another MIDI instrument, it would play that instrument but it wouldn’t be recorded. Hi Peter, Thanks for the awesome little script, however for some reason I cannot get it to work properly. I am literally copying and pasting the script from the file in your article into the scripter in a new project in Logic Pro x I have even saved it as a preset in the script window.
C3 but it doesnt seem to actually split the keyboard – or change the sound according to the play methods I select.
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Several producers at Hit Trax MIDI Files use Logic Pro X for its MIDI File friendly environment. Logic Pro X Development – a Brief History In , software makers Gerhard Lengeling and Chris Adam developed Creator Notator SL (Notator SL) on the ATARI ST computer. Logic Pro X MIDI FX plugin that captures other MIDI FX plugin outputs and creates editable midi regions. Fine-tune your chord trigger, arpeggiator or any other midi plugin output directly on track. MIDI FX Freeze has been rewritten and supports macOS Catalina as Audio Unit version 3 plugin and has a small price of $ Get from AppStore. This environment shows you how control the Logic Fuzz-Wah plugin with an external controller, e.g. keyboard modwheel or MIDI footpedal. The keyboard control is useful to use after the audio file is recorded, it need not be a guitar, this works very well on many other instruments and virtual instruments.
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