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Logic 9 Pulling beats back into Ultrabeat

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by noiseordinance, Mar 26, 2013.

  1. noiseordinance

    noiseordinance New Member

    Hey guys. Just recently migrated from PC to Mac. I used to use Audition 3 and Fruity Loops for drum sequencing, but both programs are really showing their age, so I'm looking to move to Logic. I'm messing with Ultrabeat, and am having a problem. I make loop #1, copy it into the arrangement area, then go into Ultrabeat and modify it into a new loop, loop #2, and copy it into my arrangement area. Is there any way to pull up loop #1 in Ultrabeat again?

    I'm used to have anywhere from 20-50 different loops in a song... I try to make cool intricate drum beats. If I have to save each loop as a "pattern" in Ultrabeat, I'm afraid I'm going to max it out since I see only 24 available spots.

    Thanks for any pointers!
  3. Atlas

    Atlas Senior member

    Loading and Saving Ultrabeat Setting should be your ticket...
    • An Ultrabeat setting contains:
    • The drum kit, which consists of 25 drum sounds, including assignment and mixer settings
    • The complete parameter settings of all 25 sounds
    • The sequencer settings and all patterns, including step automation, trigger, velocity, and gate information for all 25 sounds
  4. gdoubleyou

    gdoubleyou Senior member

    You could do a "save as" rename the kit, and continue to make variations.

  5. noiseordinance

    noiseordinance New Member

    Hey, thanks for the replies y'all. I ended up doing Wineskin + Fruity Loops so I can have much greater control of my drums. Now to learn the rest of Logic's features. :)

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