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Cutting and sampling audio loops

Discussion in 'Studio Techniques' started by kanedit, Nov 27, 2015.

  1. kanedit

    kanedit New Member

    I was hoping for some advice on a good approach to cutting an audio loop, assigning individual hits to ESX24 and using them in a project.

    I'm new to using Logic but seem to be picking things up relatively quickly, therefore a little push in the right direction is all I need.

    • What tools/methods can I use to cut an audio loop? Does Logic Pro X facilitate this out of the box, or do I need some external tool such as Recycle?
    • If I have a loop at 125bpm, and I'm writing a piece of music at 120bpm, do I need to warp the loop before cutting it up?

    Perhaps this has been asked previously, therefore apologies if this is a duplicated thread.
  3. kanedit

    kanedit New Member

    Found the answer I was for :)

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