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Drum Notation in Logic Pro X Score

Drum Notation in Logic Pro X

Logic Pro Expert reader Austin Burcham wrote us: “Hey guys, I just wanted to share a video with you I just put together which is a tutorial on how to setup Logic Pro X to output drum notation in the Score Editor.”

It’s a fairly difficult process and I’ve tried to make it as streamlined as possible. I also created a lengthy PDF document that is a step by step guide on how to do the process as well. I just thought some members of the Logic Pro community might find this interesting so I just wanted to share it with you guys if you would like to use it anywhere on your site. Thanks!

(Thanks Austin!)

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  • Tom Yoder

    Thanks Austin. That is fantastic. Great work. This helps me a lot.

  • Austin Burcham

    Awesome! Thanks

  • Walter Kuhn

    Thank you, VERY helpful!!! two suggestions:
    .) sticking (LR) for hands & feet (2 bass drums)
    .) providing a template project together with the PDF

    cheers 🙂

    • Austin Burcham

      Good suggestions. I haven’t really thought to see if it can do LR stickings but I’ll play around with it some more to see if that’s possible. And, I like the template idea so I’ll try and do that today as well. Thanks

  • killmedj

    I’ve been frustrated by this for years! Thanks man!

  • David Stapleton

    When i make all the adjustments to the relative positions, all the notes on the scorel stay in the same place. They don’t move into the desired positions like it does in your video. Please Help!!

    • Adam Moore

      I’ve had this problem too and it’s soon frustrating!!

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