Logic Pro's most recent update of 10.4 saw a lot of "firsts" for Logic users. From EQs modeling analog behavior to Multi FX, Apple continues its commitment to Logic as a robust and innovative DAW.
The crown jewel of 10.4 is Smart Tempo. That is, a system where Logic adapts the grid to incoming recordings.
No longer are you required to play to a click track. Instead, Logic builds the Beatmap around you. From there adding subsequent instruments and loops is a breeze.
But did you know that Smart Tempo has made the rigidity of the grid obsolete?
In this Expert Tutorial, contributor Chris Vandeviver shows how to make the most of Smart Tempo:
- Adapt the Project Tempo to Audio Files
- Adapt Audio Files to the Project Tempo
- Test-drive a different tempo for an entire song
- Slow down a project to record a complicated part (and speed it back up!)
With Smart Tempo, you're no longer forced to keep time with the click. Instead, it's time to let Logic do some of the work!