Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Tuesdays Tech: Playing Melodies with Vocal Samples

In this tutorial, Matt Shadetek shows you how to manipulate, re-pitch, and process vocal samples using Logic Pro 9’s ESX24 Sampler and Pitch Correction plug-in. Utilizing one of the vocal samples that comes with Logic, Shadetek slices each individual note of the sample, converts them into a sampler instrument. Shadetek delves into the ESX24 Instrument Editor, in order to re-pitch the vocal samples and make them playable across the keyboard. He then utilizes Logic’s Pitch Correction plug-in (similar to Antares Auto-tune), which he uses to refine the pitch of the re-pitched notes. At the end of the tutorial, you should have a strong grasp of how to take a sample and play your own melody with it in Logic’s EXS24 sampler.

1 comment:

  1. That's some pretty advanced methodology, i'm still using reason for my development. I just got some vocal samples for dance music that i'm messing around with at the moment and I hope to move onto logic once I get my midi keyboard.