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Logic 9 Multitap delay in Logic Pro 9 ?

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by Ashcraft, Dec 29, 2011.

  1. Ashcraft

    Ashcraft New Member

    Hi. I do not have Logic Pro yet but have a question before I decide to buy.

    Is there a multitap delay in Logic Pro 9? I searched and I see there is something called Delay Designer in Soundtrack Pro and Logic Studio but is this feature included in the downloadable Logic Pro 9 that is available for $199.

    Thank you in advance for your info.

  3. Orren Merton

    Orren Merton Logic Samurai / Administrator Staff Member

    Yup, delay designer is a multi-tap delay. And it's built into Logic Pro.

  4. georgelegeriii

    georgelegeriii Senior member

    Logic Pro on sale for $200 has the EXACT same program and files as the $500 app had.Anything you could do in Logic before can be done now. In essence it's the same program....
  5. charlie

    charlie Senior member

    Just FYI, there are a few other Delays in the Logic arsenal with Delay Designer as the flagship mentioned above...
    There's an unsung Delay I actually use on every project too and that is the Sample Delay.
    It's simple, unglamorous and somewhat utilitarian in design, but I find it an asset in my sound designing.
    It does what it sounds like it does, it delays either the left or right channel (of a stereo signal,) by a number of samples. This can produce wonderful "stereo-izing" effects or can introduce a simple motion on the attack of an otherwise static sound.

    Like Logic's Channel EQ, this is a "go to" in my sound lab. :thmbup:

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