How To: Use multitrack live recording in Logic Pro 9

Use multitrack live recording in Logic Pro 9

This video in the Software category will show you how to use multitrack live recording in Logic Pro 9 . This video is from Lynda. Say you are going to record a 4 piece band; drummer, base, guitarist and a singer. Use separate mikes for all four. First you make 8 different mono audio tracks. Go to track menu and click new. Type in 8 for number, select audio, format will be mono. Now you click the ascending box, order the inputs from one to eight and click create. Now you have 8 audio racks. Click on audio 1 and open the inspector. Notice that this track has input 1. Other tracks will have similar inputs. Close inspector by clicking 'I' on your keyboard. Watch the video for further instructions.

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I am filming a band in a pub on the 25th April. I want to take the audio from the bands mixing desk which has USB port. I have a an imac with Logic Pro. I hope to record the five members on separate tracks how do I go about connecting and setting up Logic Pro ?

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